Call for programs now OPEN!
Calling all new program ideas/best practices from Career Services and University Relations Professionals! How can we “Expand Our Reach” in providing even further access for students to achieve their career and professional dreams through career services and university relations? The theme of this year's conference is "Expanding Our Reach "and the Programs Committee has identified several sub-theme recommendations to focus your proposals towards that include: diversity and inclusion, technology, professional development, marketing & branding, best recruitment practices, employer outreach, career readiness, and big data. Do you have a new idea or best practice to share that can spark new programming and/or services to “Expand Our Reach” on college campuses? Then SUBMIT A PROPOSAL to present at the 2017 conference for a chance to share with colleagues from across the nation. Deadline: June 2, 2017
Diversity and Inclusion in Career Services
Diversity and inclusion is on the minds of many. Many colleges and universities across the nation are taking action to change the landscape and promote diversity and inclusion among students through dialogue, awareness campaigns, and student recruitment strategies. Is Career Services keeping pace with the rest of campus?
Espie Santiago, Assistant Dean & Associate Director BEAM, Stanford Career Education at Stanford University brought this topic to NACE 2016 and MPACE Denver. The following is a conversation with Espie about her findings, why she chose to bring this topic forward, and what you can do in your office today.