ACCELERATORS

High-powered online learning and engagement sessions! 

Not your traditional webinar! 

What Makes Accelerators so Unique? 

  • Authentic Humanized Interactions - We are live on video with our trainers...they are human...and will humbly share challenges and successes that you will be able to ask them about, empathize with, and grow from. 

  • Community - we build Accelerators so you can interact with people going through similar challenges.  

  • Solutions - The Collective is a solutions group.  Accelerators are both inspirational and practical.  You not only learn about real examples, but our trainers share HOW you can approach complex topics...and why they matter.  

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SPECIAL COVID CRISIS PRICING

PRICES REDUCED by 50% for Everyone

$99 each session, $50 for Campus Members

3-Pack Additional Discount: $260 for all three, $199 for campus members

Schools with a current paid CAMPUS Membership, not individual members, get Member rate 

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SESSION 1

Creating a Micro-Learning Focused

Online Career Library 

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The DePaul University Career Center

SESSION 1 DESCRIPTION

The DePaul Career Center recently completed phase one of a deep library of digital resources that can be used to help students develop critical competencies and get career ready. This library features over 50 handouts created with a focus on micro-learning, scaffolding content, meeting students where they are, and making career development actionable. This project also resulted in a growing library of activities for use in classes and other co-curricular experiences and 15 videos introducing career readiness topics in an engaging and approachable way. This project is distinctive because of our focus on “chunking” content, providing interactivity, and using design and tone to communicate optimism and actionability. Rather than producing textbook style dry text that reduces career readiness content to glossary words and action verb lists, we wanted students to be able to “grab-and-go” information on the specific subject they are interested in - with tactical advice on how to navigate the career development/career management process. Because of the diverse needs of DePaul’s 19,000+ students, ⅓ of whom work full-time and over 40% of whom are non-traditional, this library spans a wide range of topics - from Tailoring Your Resume and Cover Letter to Navigating Multiple Job Offers. We’re excited to present our Career Library as a model for scaling services, creating consistency across professional and peer career coaching, integrating into the curriculum, and providing career readiness checkpoints for all students.

REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

SESSION 2

Embedding Career into the Curriculum: UR Career Faculty Fellows

 

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FEATURING

The University of Redlands

Career & Professional Development Center

Video Overview

SESSION 2 DESCRIPTION

The University of Redlands Office of Career & Professional Development (OCPD) faces the challenge of trying to help more students than ever before with limited resources and staff. The Career Faculty Fellows Program was initiated in 2019 to help the institution scale career services, and embed career preparedness more intentionally into the curriculum, with the goal of having 100% of students have access to career education. The 5 Faculty Fellows were selected via a student nomination process. With financial support from the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Dean, faculty fellows are paid a small stipend for their work. As Career Faculty Fellows, they are required to meet monthly with OCPD staff, integrate career concepts into their curricula, identify additional areas on campus where career and professional development support could benefit students, partner with assigned department liaisons to share their work and encourage them to join the effort, and facilitate trainings for their colleagues. The goal for the program is to create a career ecosystem where multiple faculty are joining the effort to help all students be prepared and have a plan when they leave the university. CAS’s Dean, Kendrick Brown, says this about the program: “This increased partnering on the part of OCPD means that boundaries between academics, degree requirements, and career development have started to loosen. The “… Across the Curriculum” is an ideal and practice at the University and now career and professional development is a part of that.”

SESSION 3

Career Everywhere at UCONN

 

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FEATURING

The University of Connecticut

Center for Career Development

Video Overview

SESSION 3 DESCRIPTION

To maximize campus-wide impact, UConn’s Center for Career Development leveraged on- and off-campus partnerships and virtual offerings to broadly expose students to consistent career messaging and resources. A culture of career readiness, empowering students during their career exploration, evolved into the formalized “Career Everywhere” program. Career Everywhere brings the campus community together for training and idea sharing, providing faculty/staff with the most up-to-date career resources, trends, data and information. The program includes a robust marketing campaign, web resources, town hall meetings and 1:1 support. Components include Career Champions, Career Communities, Liaison outreach, career modules for curriculum development, and a Career Everywhere Advisory Board. Launched in 2019 with a “State of Career” event keynoted by Gallup, this highly successful event was attended by 150 participants, including Vice Provosts, Deans, Department Heads, faculty, and staff. 141 campus partners have become Career Champions increasing utilization of virtual resources including Big Interview, Handshake, and the Career Center website. Career Everywhere has been featured in UConn Today, the University’s main messaging vehicle. The program serves 32,000 students, our 15 member Employer Advisory Board and 141 Career Champions. Employers and alumni will continue to be integrated as Career Champions, expanding Career Everywhere beyond the ‘four walls’ of the campus community. Ongoing training will be offered to new and existing Champions, and curricular ideas will be integrated.

 
 

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REBRAND

REBRAND

Skill Development as Career Exploration

REBRAND

REBRAND

Rebranding for Results

EMPLOYER RELATIONS

EMPLOYER RELATIONS

New Employer Relations Strategy

EMPLOYER RELATIONS

EMPLOYER RELATIONS

Innovative Industry Engagement

2019 CAREER INNOVATION WINNER

2019 CAREER INNOVATION WINNER

Humanities Works

2019 CAREER INNOVATION WINNER

2019 CAREER INNOVATION WINNER

Leveraging Peer Coaches in Career Curriculum

2019 CAREER INNOVATION WINNER

2019 CAREER INNOVATION WINNER

Student Employment Innovation

INCLUSIVE INNOVATION

INCLUSIVE INNOVATION

Building Inclusive Career Center Teams

INCLUSIVE INNOVATION

INCLUSIVE INNOVATION

Diverse Talent Pipelines: Insights from Google's Chief Education Officer

INCLUSIVE INNOVATION

INCLUSIVE INNOVATION

The Re-Imagined Inclusive Career Center: Innovative Strategies

SPECIAL SESSION

SPECIAL SESSION

Presidential Perspectives on Career Services and The Future of Work

IDEAS THAT WORK

IDEAS THAT WORK

Ensuring your next big career initiative works

IDEAS THAT WORK

IDEAS THAT WORK

Faculty Champions Initiatives

IDEAS THAT WORK

IDEAS THAT WORK

Leading Career Retreats

REDEFINING WE

REDEFINING WE

Creating a Career Influencers Network

REDEFINING WE

REDEFINING WE

Spanning Silos with Meaningful Connections

REDEFINING WE

REDEFINING WE

The Art of Faculty Relationships

FUTURE FOCUSED

FUTURE FOCUSED

The Future of Work

FUTURE FOCUSED

FUTURE FOCUSED

Career Services Strategic Plan 2025

FUTURE FOCUSED

FUTURE FOCUSED

The Future of Advising

CONNECTED

CONNECTED

VP's of Enrollment Management talk Career Services Connections

CONNECTED

CONNECTED

Donor Connections: Advancement and Career Services

CONNECTED

CONNECTED

Connecting Academic Advising and Career Services

TACTICAL

TACTICAL

Beyond Partnerships: Campus Ecosystem Integration Strategies

TACTICAL

TACTICAL

The Event Experience: Raising Event Quality and Creativity

TACTICAL

TACTICAL

Up, Down, Sideways: The Unique Mid-Manager Role in Career Services

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