VIRTUAL

THINK TANKS 

ENSURING

THE PRIORITY

OF 

CAREER

SERVICES

FALL

EMPLOYER

RELATIONS

AND EVENT

STRATEGIES

May 20 or 29

June 12, 18 or 24

ADAPTING

CAREER ADVISING

AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT IN THE FALL

July 10, 16, 22

Ensuring the Priority of Career Services  

Think Tank Overview

EXCLUSIVELY FOR TOP-LEVEL CAREER SERVICES LEADERS

DATES

May 20, or May 29

11:00am - 2:15pm Eastern

 

Choose one date. 

LOCATION

Zoom link sent upon registration. Limit 35 ppl per session to ensure robust dialogue. Breakouts for small groups of 6-8.

WHO

Exclusively for Top-level Career Services leaders. 

Please inquire about exceptions

Primary Goal

Specific strategies for working with your campus partners and leaders to ensure that career services is a priority during and beyond the coronavirus crisis

Format

Strategy session, break out discussions with peers, design sessions, and a panel. 

Provided

Training workbook with key questions and topic for consideration, all breakout and design session notes and solutions. 

ENSURING THE PRIORITY OF CAREER SERVICES

Schedule

Same schedule for each date

May 14 (SOLD OUT) or May 20 or May 29

11:00 am - 2:15 pm EST

All Times Eastern

11:00 - 11:45 THINK

Opening Large Group Interactive Session

  • The 5 logical conclusions that make sense to upper administrators as to why career services must be a priority. 

--Jeremy Podany, CEO, The Collective

 

11:45 - 12:15 DISCUSS

Zoom breakout discussion about the large session with 6-8 colleagues. Make it personal, work it out! 

 

12:15 - 12:25 BREAK

unplug for a moment

12:25 - 1:00pm LEARN

Panel: Budgets, Politics, and Persuasion 

  • Large group interactive panel with three leaders sharing their perspective on how to convince upper administrators.  SEE BELOW

 

1:00 - 1:30 DESIGN

Zoom breakout discussion where you and your peers will design specific strategies to help you have a plan to keep career services as a priority.   

 

1:30 - 1:40 BREAK

unplug for a moment

 

1:40 - 2:00 SHARE

Design session facilitators will share out solutions to the large group

2:00 - 2:15 APPLY

The Big Takeaways

ENSURING THE PRIORITY OF CAREER SERVICES

REGISTRATION

MEMBER: $75

NON-MEMBER: $99

Services and Pricing Notes

Should all three sessions fill up, we will open more sessions to accommodate. You may join a waiting list for any session that fills, by emailing services@careerleadershipcollective.com

The sessions will NOT be recorded. You must attend live to receive the information and participate.

 

There are no refunds for the session after purchase. You may request a credit toward a future service with The Collective if you cannot attend for an emergency. You may transfer to another date if the session still has openings. 

 

We understand the unique situation that many universities are in with regard to spending, and to that end, unlike our previous think tanks and trainings, we are providing this at less than a quarter of the traditional price, in order to make it affordable to any type of institution.

For those that are unable to attend, please note that we are providing multiple simultaneous free services, which include, The New Forward, our blog, and our Everyday Innovators video series, which is free to members. 

PANELISTS

MAY 20

RJ HOLMES-LEOPOLD

Director, Career Center

Carleton College

SUSAN BRENNAN

Associate Provost and Executive Director of Career Education

Wellesley College

STEVEN GIRARDOT

Associate Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education

Georgia Tech

PANELISTS

MAY 29

KEVIN MONAHAN

Associate Dean 

Carnegie Mellon

JENNIFER BAZSILE

Interim Vice Chancellor for the Division of Student Affairs and Success

UC Santa Cruz

KARYN MCCOY

Assistant Vice President

DePaul University

 

Fall Employer Relations and Event Strategies  

Think Tank Overview

DATES

June 12, 18 or June 24

11:00am - 2:15pm Eastern

 

Choose one date. 

LOCATION

Zoom link sent upon registration. Limit 35 ppl per session to ensure robust dialogue. Breakouts for small groups of 6-8.

WHO

Career Center Employer Relations Staff, Corporate Relations Staff

Career Leaders

Primary Goal

Specific strategies and innovations related to employer relations and employer related events during and beyond the coronavirus crisis

Format

Strategy session, break out discussions with peers, design sessions, and a panel. 

Provided

Training workbook with key questions and topic for consideration, all breakout and design session notes and solutions. 

EMPLOYER RELATIONS AND EVENT STRATEGY 

Schedule

Same schedule for each date

June 12 , 18, or 24

11:00 am - 2:15 pm EST

All Times Eastern

11:00 - 11:45 THINK

Opening Large Group Interactive Session

  • Proactive Strategies + Pivoting Employer Outreach and Events 

--Jeremy Podany, CEO, The Collective

 

11:45 - 12:15 DISCUSS

Zoom breakout discussion about the large session with 6-8 colleagues. Make it personal, work it out! 

 

12:15 - 12:25 BREAK

unplug for a moment

12:25 - 1:00pm LEARN

Panel: Campus Benchmarks 

  • Large group interactive panel with three leaders sharing their perspective on how they are approaching the fall.  COMING SOON

 

1:00 - 1:30 DESIGN

Zoom breakout discussion where you and your peers will design specific strategies to help you have a plan to keep career services as a priority.   

 

1:30 - 1:40 BREAK

unplug for a moment

 

1:40 - 2:00 SHARE

Design session facilitators will share out solutions to the large group

2:00 - 2:15 APPLY

The Big Takeaways

FALL EMPLOYER RELATIONS AND EVENT STRATEGIES

REGISTRATION

MEMBER: $75

NON-MEMBER: $99

Services and Pricing Notes

Should all three sessions fill up, we will open more sessions to accommodate. You may join a waiting list for any session that fills, by emailing services@careerleadershipcollective.com

The sessions will NOT be recorded. You must attend live to receive the information and participate.

 

There are no refunds for the session after purchase. You may request a credit toward a future service with The Collective if you cannot attend for an emergency. You may transfer to another date if the session still has openings. 

 

We understand the unique situation that many universities are in with regard to spending, and to that end, unlike our previous think tanks and trainings, we are providing this at less than a quarter of the traditional price, in order to make it affordable to any type of institution.

For those that are unable to attend, please note that we are providing multiple simultaneous free services, which include, The New Forward, our blog, and our Everyday Innovators video series, which is free to members. 

Adapting Career Advising and Student Engagement  

Think Tank Overview

DATES

July 10, 16, or 22

11:00am - 2:15pm Eastern

 

Choose one date. 

LOCATION

Zoom link sent upon registration. Limit attendance per session to ensure robust dialogue. Breakouts for small groups of 6-8.

WHO

Career center career advisors and career educators, Associate Directors of Career Education,

Career Leaders

Primary Goal

Specific strategies and innovations adapting career advising and student career engagement practices in the fall of 2020. 

Format

Strategy session, break out discussions with peers, design sessions, and a panel. 

Provided

Training workbook with key questions and topic for consideration, all breakout and design session notes and solutions. 

 

ADAPTING CAREER ADVISING AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT IN THE FALL 

Schedule

Same schedule for each date

July 10 , 16, or 22

11:00 am - 2:15 pm EST

All Times Eastern

11:00 - 11:45 THINK

Opening Large Group Interactive Session

  • Proactive Strategies + Pivoting Career Advising and Student Engagement 

--Jeremy Podany, CEO, The Collective

 

11:45 - 12:15 DISCUSS

Zoom breakout discussion about the large session with 6-8 colleagues. Make it personal, work it out! 

 

12:15 - 12:25 BREAK

unplug for a moment

12:25 - 1:00pm LEARN

Panel: Campus Benchmarks 

  • Large group interactive panel with three leaders sharing their perspective on how they are approaching the fall.  COMING SOON

 

1:00 - 1:30 DESIGN

Zoom breakout discussion where you and your peers will design specific strategies to help you have a plan to keep career services as a priority.   

 

1:30 - 1:40 BREAK

unplug for a moment

 

1:40 - 2:00 SHARE

Design session facilitators will share out solutions to the large group

2:00 - 2:15 APPLY

The Big Takeaways

ADAPTING CAREER ADVISING AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT

REGISTRATION

MEMBER: $75

NON-MEMBER: $99

Services and Pricing Notes

Should all three sessions fill up, we will open more sessions to accommodate. You may join a waiting list for any session that fills, by emailing services@careerleadershipcollective.com

The sessions will NOT be recorded. You must attend live to receive the information and participate.

 

There are no refunds for the session after purchase. You may request a credit toward a future service with The Collective if you cannot attend for an emergency. You may transfer to another date if the session still has openings. 

 

We understand the unique situation that many universities are in with regard to spending, and to that end, unlike our previous think tanks and trainings, we are providing this at less than a quarter of the traditional price, in order to make it affordable to any type of institution.

For those that are unable to attend, please note that we are providing multiple simultaneous free services, which include, The New Forward, our blog, and our Everyday Innovators video series, which is free to members. 

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