It is the era of COVID-19 and career services programming has gone virtual. Zoom fatigue has settled into all industries and walks of life. Zoom meetings may not be able to replace everything offered through in-person events, but there is the opportunity to be creative with virtual programming. This session will explore a handful of in-person programming options that career services professionals can transfer to a virtual format in unique ways. All aspects of virtual programming will be addressed, including budget restrictions, employer engagement, and strategic marketing.
Following this program, you will be able to:
Casey Lowe , Job Location & Development Coordinator, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - University Career Services
Geneva Scott , Sr Asst Dir, Experiential Learning, Florida State University
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