- Date: Friday, March 23, 2018
- Time: 9 a.m. - noon ET
- Location: University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit, Michigan
- Career Level: Basic-, intermediate-, and advanced-level career services and university relations and recruiting professionals
- Career Services Competency: Brokering, Connecting, and Linking
Fee: $75 (NACE member); $100 (nonmember NACE)
Register at: http://www.naceweb.org/professional-development/2018/roundtable/career-readiness/detroit/
Join like-minded professionals in deep dive conversations on the topic of career readiness. Learn strategies and tactics to expand your existing organizational framework. Learn how those in higher education are preparing the college educated to become career ready and how those competencies transition into the world of work. Lend your voice to national dialogue and inform best practices.
Following this program, you will be able to:
- Define career readiness and its impact on the profession;
- Describe competencies and strategies for implementation;
- Examine methods for using criteria within your organizational framework; and
- Expand your resources and connections for collaboration to ensure career readiness of today’s graduates.
This three-hour event incorporates facilitated discussion by Matthew Brink, NACE assistant executive director. The audience will consist of both colleges and employers. The event will use guided discussion, question and answer, and networking opportunities.
About the Presenter:
Matthew Brink, Assistant Executive Director, NACE
Matthew Brink is assistant executive director for programs and services for the National Association of Colleges and Employers and oversees professional development services, meetings and events, and all research initiatives. An experienced professional in the field, Brink has overseen career services in a variety of institutions, including, most recently, the University of Delaware, and has been active in employer-focused activities.