Webinars

Join the AAEE community for one of our upcoming webinars. Interested in presenting?
Contact Daphne Donaldson at DDonaldson@ebrschools.org.


Schedule

RESCHEDULED FOR:
Wednesday, August 16, 2017 @ 2pm ET
*Due to technical issues, this webinar has been rescheduled, please register if you would like to attend*

College career professionals often lament that their services are under-utilized. An opportunity exists for all career offices to significantly increase student utilization. The challenge is getting students to care amidst all of the factors swirling around them as they begin college, and getting university administration to free-up career pros to speak boldly and frankly to students and parents. At SRU we have found that a powerful, consistent, multi-faceted approach, mixing levity, data, and a sense of urgency, plus empowerment, combined with key campus partnerships have increased annual utilization of our office from 300-400 visits to 3000-4000 visits in five years.

Upon completion of this webinar, participants will take away:

  1. An understanding of the types of messages that affect first-year college students, compelling them to act on their career development. 
  2. How to craft messages that appeal to certain sub-groups such as first-generation students. 
Registration:
FREE for AAEE Members
$25 for Non-Members

John Rindy, EdD, MPH
John has served students at Slippery Rock University as a career coach and director in the Office of Career Education and Development since 2011. Known as a research-driven presenter and coach, and ever prepared to weave his "dad humor" with a sense of urgency, John and the team of career directors have presided over a >1000% increase in student utilization in the past few years. An outspoken advocate for career offices and early career development, he spent the past 15 years in college teaching and administrative roles. His research has been centered in parental career coaching, major choice, student career perceptions and evolution away from a traditional "career service" model. Prior to his work in post-secondary education, he served as a laboratory project manager at Corning Corporation, worked as an environmental field scientist and as COO and CEO of a multi-state healthcare company.

Past Webinars

2016-17 Webinar Series
Webinars #1 and #2 are available to everyone. All additional webinars are available to members and paid attendees - join today for unlimited access!
WEBINARTITLE PRESENTER DATE PRESENTED
 #6 Maximizing the Powerful Effects of Body LanguageDr. Tammy MankoThu., June 15, 2017
 #5Preparing for a Teacher Demonstration Dr. Matthew Erickson and Dr. Ashlea Rineer-HersheyWed., April 26, 2017
 #4Tips for Teacher Fair Success- A Career Services PerspectiveDiana Maughan,
Utah State University
Mon., March 13, 2017
 #3Research and Reading Letters of Reference Dr. Richard Mason &
Dr. Mark Schroeder,
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Tue., February 21, 2017
 #2Engage, Empower, and Evolve: A Guide to Project-Based LearningAllison Brown-Lands,
East Baton Rouge Parish School System
Thu., January 19, 2017
 #1 7 Recruitment Principles for Principals Trina Edwards,
DIVERSITY in Ed. Magazine
Thu., December 15, 2016


   

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