STUDENT ENGAGEMENT: ARE YOU PREPARED FOR 2023?
DATE: Tuesday, January 31, 2023
TIME: 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. ET
What did we learn from fall 2022 that can help us meet our goals in 2023? And where are we headed in spring 2023? In this Town Hall, we’ll gather a group of experts who will help us dissect results from our most recent quick poll and share their own experiences. We’ll discuss the race to return to in-person recruitment, how virtual recruitment is being refined, and what worked well for engaging students and candidates. We’ll also share insights into hiring for diversity, intern hiring, and how strategies and approaches will evolve this winter and spring. This is sure to be a lively discussion filled with practical and timely topics.
Episode 67 of the Idea Climbing Podcast, with author and host, Mark J. Carter
November 17, 2022
How to Create Successful Mentoring Experiences with Hassan Akmal
Mentorship is one of my favorite topics for this show. My guest Hassan Akmal and I recently discussed how to create successful mentoring relationships. Hassan is an American career and life mastery consultant, author, professor, thought leader, philanthropist, and former professional tennis player and athlete ambassador to the United States.
The purpose of mentoring is to change your life. This means that mentoring is a holistic transformation over time. Mentors help create that transformation – some in small ways, some in significant ways.
UC San Diego Annual Professional Development Day
Tuesday, December 13, 2022
9 a.m. – Noon
In this day and age that is rife with change, many of our colleagues are unsure about how to navigate the transitions that occur during our professional careers. Duties, personnel, and capacities all fluctuate – and it’s normal to question what your next professional move might be.
The 2022 Professional Development Day conference aims to offer something for all levels of employees who may be wondering … what’s next for me?
Moderator, Triton Table Talk: Designing the Rest of Your Life
March 1, 2022
Success is individually defined and comes at different times — regardless of who you are, where you are, or what you have done for a living. We all get stuck at some point. Thanks for joining us today for a conversation on how to prioritize your career/s and future, including your career and life vision. Let’s talk about how to create true purpose and lead a well-lived life.
Host, Graduway Webinar: The Love Story Between a Global Alumni Network and a Career Services Department
March 16, 2022
8:00 AM PST
- How to get alumni more involved in giving back to the community
- What makes an alumni network program successful
- What did Purdue’s alumni community growth look like
- What does it mean to provide value to your organization’s community and how to do so
- How UCSD uses industry trends to drive their efforts
Moderator, UC ALUMNI CAREER NETWORK — Career and Life Pivots: Successful Power Moves in the Pandemic
March 16, 2022
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PST
Since the pandemic began, so many lives have been impacted, causing career and life plans to permanently shift—and if you are trying to figure out what comes next, you are not alone. Many people are taking steps to examine and re-imagine their career trajectories. They are exploring new, meaningful paths that perhaps were on hold at one point, or involved doors they were afraid to open. Creating purpose that aligns with core values and the ability to pave your path toward a career and life vision matters more than ever. Leaving an unhealthy work environment, proactively upskilling and taking calculated risks—power moves, are enabling individuals to embrace a positive outlook, prioritize self-care and surround themselves with the situations that bring out the best in them.
Join us for a conversation moderated by Hassan Akmal MPH, MBA, ( ’01, UC Los Angeles) Executive Director of Career & Professional Development at UC San Diego, and hear insights from UC alumni professionals on why—NOW, just might be the right time to pivot
June 7-11, 2021
Topic: Reimagining Career Services in Light of Career Disruption and Post-Pandemic
There is a strong case for a reinvention of career services. Many career centers aim to ensure that they are meeting the needs of all student s. Yet, so many students are missed and remain on the periphery of career services. Institutions have seen a steady increase of underrepresented students enrolling over the past 40 years (U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, 2019). The focus (and success) of Career Services in the future will depend on its equitable access to connections and experiences for all students regardless of background or social capital. The true return on investment from reimagination efforts is equity. However, this requires a complete overhaul of infrastructure and strategy to support this mission in a new—daunting digital world. What seemed virtually impossible in the past to accomplish quickly is now close—in arm’s reach. This includes building a career ecosystem and virtual “hub” for integrative learning. Career Services Directors seek to reinvent their units to create a 24/7 career center and 21st-century model with a student-focused and responsive career culture in even the most difficult times. This includes scalable structures and measuring impact over input. The consensus is that to meet students where they are, career centers must be creative, expand services to diverse and underrepresented communities, and re-think their overall approach.