MCEEA is pleased to partner with Calvin College’s Career Center to offer MCEEA Members a discounted rate of 50% off to their annual Employer Conference. This is a great opportunity for professional development and networking, and we hope to see you there!
· May 7, 2019, noon-4:00
· Prince Conference Center at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan
· Networking over a buffet lunch and excellent professional development
· $110 for-profits, $100 non-profits ; MCEEA Members attend for 50% off!
This professional development opportunity focuses on two key topics, as outlined below.
Employee Engagement and Retention, Dr. Brian Cawley, Ph.D. Professor of Business, Calvin College
Professor Cawley will discuss his current research into performance feedback. He will talk about the role of feedback and the changing nature of performance management processes in organizations – specifically the trend to ditch performance ratings. Dr. Cawley will also address the recent work in neuroscience which has given us great insight as to why feedback processes can be so difficult to implement.
Career Management - How to manage your own career and promote career management in those you supervise, Dr. Sarah Visser, Ph.D., VP for Student Life, Calvin College
A skilled manager and advocate for her team, Dr. Visser will share insights into managing both one’s own career trajectory and promoting career management practices in those you supervise. Wise career management is a critical skill lacked by many, from college students to professionals. Through planning and harnessing happenstance, Dr. Visser will provide a comprehensive look effective career management processes.
Register on Eventbrite.
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Know anyone who might be interested in being a Services Specialist with The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services? Or is this a career that you perhaps have considered?
The Department is currently hiring statewide for Services Specialists, especially in the area of Child Protective Services. The position presents a unique opportunity to help those in need and make a positive impact on the lives of individuals and the communities in which they live.
The educational requirements for this position are a bachelor's or master’s degree with a major in one of the following human services areas: social work, sociology, psychology, family ecology, community services, family studies, family and/or child development, guidance/school counseling, counseling psychology, criminal justice, or human services.
If you are interested in Services Specialist position or perhaps know someone who might be interested please review the link below.
MVAA will host the second annual National Veteran Workforce Development Conference this August in downtown Detroit. It's THE place to learn and share best practices in veteran workforce development. Attending will be veteran-friendly employers and educational institutions, state and federal agencies, nonprofits and representatives from National Guard/Reserve transition programs.
National Veteran Workforce Development Conference (NVWDC)
Crowne Plaza Detroit Downtown Riverfront, Detroit, Michigan
Aug. 14-16, 2019
To learn more, email firstname.lastname@example.org on behalf of the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency
WCC is seeking exceptional leaders to oversee two academic divisions. Click the links for full descriptions and required qualifications:
✔️ Dean of Math, Science and Engineering Technology >> bit.ly/DeanMSET
✔️ Dean of Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences >> bit.ly/DeanHSBS
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