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REGIONAL ACE WEBINAR: Move Over Millennials, Gen Z is the New Emerging Professional


Mar. 1, 2017 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. PST


Media has never covered a generation as much as they cover Millennials. But Gen Z professionals are now emerging in the workplace and they are different from their Millennial peers. Find out what makes Gen Z tick and how they are different than other generations in the workplace. Hear emerging trends and expectations that help define Gen Z’s college to career experience. This isn’t your standard generations presentation – get ready to experience the world through the eyes of a Gen Z.


Learning Outcomes:

  • Get a glimpse of Gen Z behavior
  • Begin to identify what motivates Gen Z students and employees
  • Learn how to better communicate with Gen Z students and employees
  • What do organizations need to consider when recruiting Gen Z employees (just a hint…its different than Millennials)
  • Gain understanding of Gen Z’s expectations when it comes to school, work and supervision
  • Better understand Gen Z’s learning style and consumption preferences

Presenter: Summer Shaffer

Summer Shaffer has a diverse background in training and development, marketing and non-profit leadership. She has worked with organizations both large and small to help transform their employee engagement and retention programs. Ms. Shaffer began her research of multi-generational workplaces and how generational differences impact the work environment over 18 years ago. Her work with organizations has helped teams better understand multigenerational work environments; and transform their programming, organizational support structure and workplace solutions to better engage generational strengths while leveraging open conversation about generational sticking points.


Registration Fees

Regional ACE webinars are $59.


If you have any questions about the Regional ACE Webinars, please contact Max Wartel at



EACE WEBINAR: Creating and Implementing a High-Impact Student/Alumni Mentoring Program

Friday, Mar. 17, 2017 | 12:00 - 1:00 PM EST

Looking for a way to increase student career readiness and alumni engagement at the same time? Learn best practices and strategies for creating and implementing a high-impact student/alumni mentorship program - in less than 4 months! Take a look into our university cultures and learn from our lessons and experiences.


Presenter: Josh Domitrovich, Coordinator for Career Mentoring and Internship at Clarion University of Pennsylvania

Josh Domitrovich is an authentic career coach who holds both a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration and an MBA from Clarion University of Pennsylvania. He is the Coordinator for Career Mentoring and Internships with the Center for Career and Professional Development who assists and empowers students to find their life passion. Josh served six years in the Pennsylvania Air National Guard, and was hired to create, implement and coordinate a mentorship program at CU.


Co-Presenter: Ashley Kruger, Career Advisor at the University of Kansas

Ashley is Career Advisor Senior in the School of Business at the University of Kansas. In addition to meeting one-on-one with students in career appointments, conducting career-related workshops and events, and teaching a career development course for sophomore students, Ashley also coordinates a school-wide mentoring program that connects students to alumni. She received her master’s degree in Higher Education Administration from the University of Kansas in May 2014 and her Bachelor of Arts in History from Central College in May 2012. She has an interest in a variety of areas within higher education, but has a particular interest in social justice, mentoring programs, international education and social media marketing. When she's not working, you can catch her obsessing over her Chihuahua-Dachshund mix, Lucy, catching up with a friend over coffee, or re-doing/up-cycling a new project!

Registration Fees

Registration is FREE for EACE members! Non-member fee is $25.



EACE WEBINAR: Transition Theory in Practice

Monday, Apr. 24, 2017 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST

Participants will gain an understanding of the transitions that our students and clients go through using Schlossberg’s Transition theory of Situation, Self, Support, Strategies (4 S’s) and what you can do to assist a “stuck” client. As career counselors and coaches, we can then assist them in developing action plans.

Presenter: Jim Peacock, Principal, Peak-Career Consulting

Jim is the Principal of Peak-Careers Consulting offering online seminars for career professionals, face-to-face workshops, trainings and individual career coaching. Prior to joining Peak-Careers in 2012, Jim was Director of the Advising & Career Center at a community college for 11 years and, worked for over a decade as a high school counselor. Jim has a Masters Degree in Education, College Student Services Administration and is a nationally certified Career Development Facilitator, Instructor, and two-time President of Maine Career Development Association. Learn more about Jim at

Registration Fees

Registration is FREE for EACE members! Non-member fee is $25.

Recorded EACE Webinars

Recorded webinars are available to EACE members only. (You must be logged into to the website.)


Practical Social Media Tips for Video on SnapChat & Facebook 

This webinar explores how live video is fast becoming the go-to platform for today's students to get their news and information. Learn about important platforms like SnapChat and Facebook Live, as well as practical tips and tools for creating content quickly and easily.


Presentation Date: Dec. 9, 2016

Presented by: Emily Miethner,  Founder and CEO, FindSpark and MCG Social


An award-winning professional speaker, Miethner, can be found at events, conferences and universities, leading talks and workshops about personal branding, internships, social media, and networking. A sought-out millennial expert and thought leader, Miethner has been featured in The New York Times, U.S. News, Fast Company, SELF Magazine, and written for Mashable and LinkedIn. An educator at heart, Miethner is an adjunct professor at the school of Visual Arts and LIM College, teaching career skills to a range of students.




Advising and Engaging Students with Informal Career Assessment

Presentation Date: May 3, 2016


  • Jan Moppert, Director of Career Services, Widener University
  • Emily Seamone, Career Counselor, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Career counseling is both an art and a science. While we all use classic assessments such as the Strong Interest Inventory or the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator in our daily practice, some of the most innovative – and helpful – assessments are created by individual practitioners. During this informative and interactive webinar, two of the most creative career leaders in our field will discuss and demonstrate easy-to-use, cost-free instruments to add to your own assessment toolkit.




LGBTQ+ Career Search

Presentation Date: Apr. 19, 2016


  • Erin Duran, M. Ed., LGBT Resource Center Syracuse University
  • Andy Huang, Deloitte Services LP

  • Dillon Kuhn, University of Virginia Career Center

  • Brian J. Patchcoski, LGBT Resource Center Cornell University

An insightful discussion on the LGBTQ+ career search from the perspective of career center professionals, student affairs educators and employers. The employment world is rapidly changing as is inclusive LGBTQ+ law and practice. What might this mean for our students, our communities, and the way we guide this work at our respective places in higher education. 




How Technology is Changing the Recruiting Game

Presentation Date: Apr. 6, 2016

Presenter: Liane Hajduch, WayUp

This 30-minute data-driven talk will cover technological changes and trends in the campus recruitment space. Specifically we'll use data-analysis done by WayUp to examine: 

  • The current trend towards mobile applications
  • The importance of a positive user experience in the application process
  • What students are really looking for when researching employers online


Results-driven Social Media Engagement Strategies for Career Services Webinar 

Presentation Date: Dec. 16, 2015
Presenter: Heather Tranen


This quick 30-minute webinar will teach you how to conceptualize, implement, and measure a content-driven social media strategy that includes all of your department’s constituents. 


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