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  • Strategies for Hosting a Reverse Career Fair


    Wednesday, October 14, 2015

    Employers who recruit college students have increasingly been interested in gaining access to student leaders through student organizations. NACE research suggests that connecting with student organization membership can enhance the recruiting organization’s branding initiatives with diverse groups.

    Developing the Industry-Centric Career Cluster Model


    Wednesday, December 2, 2015

    Many in the career services profession believe that major doesn’t always equal career; however, office structures and practices don’t necessarily align with this philosophy. In a time of limited resources and countless priorities, the lack of synergy between professed ideals and operating practices can be a fruitless—and, at times, frustrating—endeavor.

    I Have the Data. Now What?


    Tuesday, December 8, 2015

    Recruiting professionals are quickly abandoning "off the top of my head" decision making and migrating toward "I know" decision making. However, companies who have taken the integral step to compile and implement employment data are faced with the question: "Now what?"

    Building Connections with Alumni


    Tuesday, December 15, 2015

    Once a student graduates, it is important for career centers to keep the connection—both parties can benefit from lasting relationships. Brooklyn College has placed a strong emphasis on building lasting connections with the students that have used their center. These relationships have resulted in hundreds of alumni serving as mentors, speakers, and even donating to the center. Learn how you can do the same.

    NACE Viewpoint: Veterans


    Wednesday, December 16, 2015

    Learn best practices and strategies around marketing and outreach to individuals with military experience.

    Bridging the Gap: An Alumni Model


    Wednesday, January 13, 2016

    Learn more about Scripps College’s successful model for providing dynamic and interactive career services to its alumnae population. The solution combines both in-person and remote options, and provides significant value while relieving the load of its career services staff.

    Orientation to Coaching Series


    Tuesday, February 9; Wednesday, February 10; and Thursday, February 11, 2016

    The Orientation to Coaching Series includes three webinars and examines the essential components for coaching clients. You will cover the fundamental coaching model with respect to determining coach and client roles, obtaining informed consent, and establishing client goals.

    Leveraging Education Abroad for Employability


    Wednesday, February 17, 2016

    Participating in education abroad is often life-changing. Participants often report multidimensional growth, including gains in competence, autonomy, adaptability, problem-solving ability, and cross-cultural communication skills.

    Career Coaching Basics


    Tuesday, March 15, 2016 & Wednesday, March 16, 2016

    The Career Coaching Basics webinar series provides recommendations for conducting a coaching session and includes strategies for establishing client goals, measuring client progression toward goal attainment, and providing development resources that contribute to client’s success.

    Intern Self-Advocacy


    Wednesday, March 30, 2016

    While competition for top candidates slowed during the 2008 recession, the recent economic recovery once again has employers fighting for good talent. One way to attract and retain good talent is to structure internship programs that offer compelling intern experiences into strategic talent pipelines.

    Sell Internships—Especially to Technical Students


    Tuesday, April 19, 2016

    Internships have been around for years and have served the employer and the student well. Now, in this global economy, employers expect students to have completed at least one internship to be viewed as a competitive candidate.