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  • 25 Apr 2017 11:21 AM | Rachel Becklin (Administrator)

    Morley is currently looking to fill the following positions:

    • Digital Project Mgr.
    • Graphic Designer (Digital) [currently Front End Designer]
    • Digital Marketing Specialist 
    Interested candidates should have work samples or a portfolio that can be reviewed. To view the complete descriptions, please visit:    https://www.morleynet.com/Careers/
  • 21 Mar 2017 11:48 AM | Deleted user

    JMF (the Jordan Morgan Foundation), a registered 501(c)(3), is seeking lead instructors for our LAUNCH (STEM) program from June 26, 2017 – August 25, 2017. You will have a chance to work with students in grades 4-8, exposing them to diverse STEM-based career fields and to inspire critical thinking and problem solving skills throughout a 4-week instructor lead STEM immersion program.

    You will be working with a team of professionals who are dedicated to the JMF mission of inspiring success and authentic civic engagement for our youth. Ideally, you are a results-driven aspiring educator comfortable exploring basic science and math concepts. You will gain valuable classroom experience while exploring creative ways to teach math and science concepts in today's rapidly advancing society.

    General Responsibilities:

    • Use effective classroom management skills and create a fun, inclusive environment.
    • Communicate effectively and maintain strong relationships with campers.
    • Monitor and sustain a culture of high academic and behavioral standards.
    • Work effectively with fellow team members and collaborate on daily responsibilities
    • Exhibit JMF Core Values, follow the JMF Code, and maintain the JMF look at all times.
    • Serve as a positive role model to campers.
    • Have fun!

     Location: Detroit, MI

    Majors: Education, Social Work, Public Policy, or similar

    Position: Instructor/Intern ~30hr/week

    Compensation: TBD base on experience/possibility of school credit

    Visit jordanmorganfoundation.com/launch to apply!
  • 06 Mar 2017 3:58 PM | Jodie Ledford

     Become a credentialed career counselor today.




  • 27 Feb 2017 2:26 PM | Margaret Pierce


                                                                     Job Description


                                       JOB TITLE:  Assistant Director of Career Services



    Exempt (Y/N):  Yes                                       JOB CODE: 

    SALARY LEVEL:                                       DOT CODE:

    SHIFT:  Days and some evenings/Fulltime   DIVISION:  Student Affairs

    LOCATION:  Taubman Student Services    DEPARTMENT:  Office of Career Services

    EMPLOYEE NAME:                                  SUPERVISOR:  Director of Career Services

    PREPARED BY:  Margaret Pierce              DATE:  02/15/2017

    APPROVED BY:                                          DATE: 



    SUMMARY:  Provide direction and assistance to students, alumni in the delivery of career services and recruitment activities for Lawrence Technological University.  Plan and develop strategies to create and implement marketing and programming resources for students that can yield increased employment outcomes for internship, entry level job attainment as well as provide assistance to alumni. Provide career advising and direction as well as job search planning and assistance to students and alumni.  Serve as the representative of the Director in their absence.  Provide supervision and training to administrative and student support staff.

     Position is posted   https://www.ltu.edu/human_resources/jobpostings.asp

  • 17 Feb 2017 3:08 PM | Elissa Clemons

    We are pleased to announce that the breakout sessions for the MCEEA 2017 Conference are available at mceea.org/Breakout-Sessions!

  • 08 Jan 2017 7:22 PM | Elissa Clemons

    We are pleased to announce our Thursday Keynote and Friday General Session Speakers!

    Keynote Speaker Thursday, June 15  Jacques Panis

    Jacques joined Shinola in 2010 to lead the company’s product development and strategic brand direction. Leveraging his dynamic portfolio—from serving as a founding member of Webosaurs, where he oversaw the interactive division for Dallas-based animation studio, Reel FX, to his 10-plus years of industry knowledge spanning product marketing, branding and sales—Panis became President of Shinola in 2013.

    General Session Speaker Friday, June 16  Andrew Humphrey

    Andrew Humphrey is an Emmy award winning meteorologist and reporter at WDIV-TV Local 4.  In addition, he is proud to have earned the AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) distinction and delivers science and technology reports for "Tech Time With Andrew Humphrey." These honors are indicative of Andrew's passion for weathercasting and storytelling that help people stay informed and safe. Andrew went to school in Wolverine country, earning his BSE in Meteorology from the University of Michigan

    Additional General session speakers to be announced in the next few weeks!

  • 13 Dec 2016 9:37 AM | Rachel Becklin (Administrator)

    Position Title: 

    Career Center – Employer Relations Coordinator (0.75 FTE – 12-month, part-time position)

    Required Qualifications and Education:

    ·       Bachelor’s degree

    ·       Two years of experience with recruitment practices, community relations, economic/talent development, higher education or similar applicable experience

    ·       Excellent skills in relationship building, event planning, marketing and records management

    ·       Proven interpersonal, organizational, written and verbal communication skills

    ·       Demonstrated experience working with diverse students, faculty, staff, and community members

    ·       Some extended work day and weekend hours may be required.

    Preferred Qualifications and Education: 

    ·       Master’s degree

    ·       Established relationships with regional business and community partners in relation to talent attraction and development practices

    ·       Experience with career services management software, including system implementation and roll out

    Responsibilities – Essential Functions: 

    Employer Development and Relations

    • ·       In consultation with the Employer Development Manager, help develop and guide strategies for identifying, recruiting and developing relationships with employers to progress and increase internship and employment opportunities for GVSU students and alumni.
    • ·       Engage in one-on-one contact with employers through personal visits, telephone, direct mail, and electronic communications. Provide timely and effective responses to employer inquiries regarding recruitment and employment brand building at GVSU.
    • ·       Engage existing and prospective employers in the campus community and in interfacing with GVSU students, alumni, faculty and administration through targeted career events and recruitment activities.
    • ·       Advance the GVSU brand and the institutional reputation with community partners. Consult with employers on how the University can help meet regional talent needs. Actively engage with community and economic development organizations.
    • ·       Provide meaningful education and training to employer partners and hiring managers to ensure adherence to fair and equitable recruiting and hiring practices and promote the fostering of inclusive and equitable work environments.
    • ·       Facilitate and manage employer visits to GVSU, including on-campus and accounting recruiting, company information sessions, employer tabling activities, and networking events.

    Event Management

    • ·       Collaborate with the Career Center team to set an annual calendar of recruitment activities allowing employers to interface with prospective GVSU employees and interns.
    • ·       Co-coordinate and -manage marquee career events, including semi-annual career fairs, employer spotlights, industry days, and job shadow programs.

    Marketing and Campus Engagement

    • ·       Develop and support existing marketing strategies and materials that promote internships, employment initiatives and meaningful connections between employers, students, alumni, and campus personnel; and increase awareness of career resources and programs.
    • ·       Work with program faculty and student organizations to host seminars and events to promote professional development and career advancement opportunities.
    • ·       Share employer needs and economic/recruiting trends with career center staff, internship coordinators, and college liaisons that promote successful student career outcomes across all units.

    Records Management

    • ·       Provide oversight of and training on all career services management system (LakerJobs) processes.
    • ·       Manage and track records of employer contacts, services utilized and recruitment activities in applicable systems.
    • ·       Assist in the compilation of statistical information for employer recruitment activities.
    • ·       Support strategies to obtain First-Destination Survey feedback for students to assess and report career outcomes.

    Responsibilities – Non-essential Functions

    (Functions not mandatory to the existence of the job)


    TBD annual salary (.75 FTE)


    The Career Center – Division of Student Services


    Pew Grand Rapids

    How to Apply:

    Submit resume (or CV) and cover letter online at www.gvsujobs.org

    Application Deadline Date:


  • 24 Oct 2016 2:01 PM | Elissa Clemons

    I’m excited to announce that planning is underway for Michigan Career Educator and Employer Alliance’s Annual Conference, to be held June 14 to 16, 2017 at Atheneum Suites Hotel Detroit, Michigan!

    As a sponsor your organization will:

    • Gain visibility on the MCEEA Annual Conference Registration Website
    • Demonstrate your organization’s commitment to retaining college talent in the State of Michigan!
    • Promote your organization, institution, publication, or program to a targeted professional audience.
    • Link your organization’s name to Michigan’s primary professional development conference for HR and College recruiting professionals!

    There are several options available to sponsor the MCEEA 2017 Conference. Choose the option that fits  your organizational needs!  In addition this year we will offer an exhibition space for vendors!

    The Exhibitor booth provides the opportunity for vendors to share information about their product or services to campus and HR decision makers as well as network with people who you may not have the opportunity to meet at some of the larger national or regional conferences!

    MCEEA offers an intimate networking opportunity!  Our 2016 conference was attended by nearly 140 professionals in HR, Career Services professionals in the Michigan!

    Click here to view our complete list of sponsorship opportunities or download the attached PDF to view the variety of sponsorship opportunities  MCEEA 2017 Sponsorship Form_Update.pdf. To submit completed form or to discuss sponsorship opportunities contact: Elissa Clemons, 2017 MCEEA Conference Chair and Sponsor/Exhibition Coordnator at clemonel@udmercy.edu or (313)993-1449.

    On behalf of MCEEA Executive Board and the 2017 Annual Conference Planning committee (list of committee members) we look forward to bringing an exciting networking and professional development opportunity in June 2017!

  • 29 Sep 2016 3:48 PM | Elissa Clemons

    The Michigan Career Educator and Employer Alliance (MCEEA) invites you and your colleagues to submit a proposal for our 6th annual conference. The Conference theme is Create, Innovate, Invigorate! The conference will be held June 14 to 16, 2017 at The Atheneum Suite Hotel and Conference Center in downtown Detroit. 

    Deadline for proposal submissions:  January 30, 2017!

    Notification of proposal acceptance by March 1, 2017

    For more information visit: http://mceea.org/2017-Conference

  • 05 May 2016 10:29 AM | Elissa Clemons

    Position: Director of Career Education (Career Center) - Job ID: #13345

    Boston College Introduction

    Founded in 1863, Boston College is a Jesuit, Catholic university located six miles from downtown Boston with an enrollment of 9,150 full-time undergraduates and 4,420 graduate and professional students. Ranked 31 among national universities and a member of the Association of Research Universities, Boston College has 758 full-time and 1,096 FTE faculty, 2,750 non-faculty employees, an operating budget of $886 million, and an endowment of approximately $2.2 billion.

    Job Description

     The Director of Career Advising serves on the Senior Leadership Team for the Boston College Career Center and has direct oversight of Career Education, comprised of two complementary teams that work closely together, the Career Exploration Team and the school-based Career Engagement Team. The Director will have direct supervision over at least 7 staff members and indirectly supervise 10 staff members.

    The Career Exploration Team is responsible for providing comprehensive career advising and assessment to help students identify how their unique skills, values, and interests lead to fulfilling career, professional development, and life choices. The Career Engagement Team is organized by Schools/Colleges and assists students identify specific career paths and secure successful career outcomes by, among other things, developing successful partnerships with individual schools, including the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences, Lynch School of Education, Connell School of Nursing, Carroll School of Management, and Woods College of Advancing Studies, and key administrative units, including the Division of Student Affairs and the Division of Mission and Ministry.

    In conjunction with the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs/Careers, the Director sets the overall strategic vision for career education at Boston College. 

    The Director reports directly to the Associate Vice President of Student Affairs/Careers and works closely with the Associate Director, Career Engagement, Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences, and the Associate Director of Employer Engagement as members of the Career Center Leadership Team.


    Provide leadership and management for the continued development, effectiveness, and visibility of career exploration and engagement functions to create a culture on campus of career readiness for students

    Develop and implement strategic objectives for the career advising needs of each school and key administrative departments

    Supervise the development and implementation of field-based educational programs including tailored programming, connections to alumni, internship promotion, and awareness of all the resources available on campus

    Oversee units that provide career advising and programming to undergraduate and graduate students needing assistance

    We are currently inviting applications for the following opportunities Please apply online directly at www.bc.edu/bcjobs

    140 Commonwealth Ave, Chestnut Hill MA 02467 Tel: 617-552-3330

    with career discernment, assessment, decision making, career exploration, job search preparation, and professional development

    Coordinate the implementation of these services with deans, administrators, and faculty members; develop partnerships and promote collaborative work on campus related to the career formation and development needs of students

    Support the ability of career and academic advisors to drive earlier awareness and visibility of career opportunities through the Career Center, each college, the Division of Student Affairs, and other key areas campus-wide, such as the Division of Mission and Ministry

    In conjunction with the Associate Director for Career Engagement, supervise the implementation of the four-year curriculum of professional development across all colleges

    Serve on the Career Center Senior Leadership Team and provide the Associate Vice President with insights and feedback about key programs, services, and staff

    Contribute to career development endeavors within all areas of the Career Center, the Division of Student Affairs, the Boston College community, and the profession at large


    * Master's degree, doctorate, or advanced degree in counseling, advising, higher education administration, human resources, or related field

    * Progressively responsible professional experience in the field of career services, with a preference given to higher education setting 

    * Thrives in an entrepreneurial atmosphere, has a high degree of personal responsibility, is committed to continuous improvement, and has unwavering focus on assessment and reflection to ensure the best outcome * High level ability to collaborate with faculty, students, administrators, and departments campus-wide * Collaborative and team oriented working style and the ability to multi-task and thrive in a changing, dynamic environment

    * Knowledge of best practices in student advising and career services

    * Demonstrated evidence of strong and visible leadership skills, successful cross-institutional programming and initiatives, and creation of new programs * Demonstrated initiative and drive

    * Strong communication, networking, and negotiating skills

    Closing Statement

    Boston College conducts background checks as part of the hiring process.

    Boston College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, nation origin, disability, protected veteran status, or other legally protected status.  To learn more about how BC supports diversity and inclusion throughout the university please visit the Office of Institutional Diversity at http://www.bc.edu/offices/diversity. 

    In order to be considered as an official applicant, please note that it is necessary to apply directly online at our site: www.bc.edu/bcjobs

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