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Webinar: Lean and Mean: How to Make Resources in Your Office Go Further
Monday, August 13, 2018, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
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Lean and Mean: How to Make Resources in Your Office Go Further

Monday, August 13, 2018 | 12:00 - 1:00 PM

Many college career centers are faced with the daunting task of providing high caliber services to students with limited resources, whether that be budget, staff, space, or a combination! Learn from a panel of colleagues as they share tips and best practices on how to maximize effectiveness, scale your services to reach more of your student population when you can't hire more staff.


Toni McLawhorn, Director of Career Services, Roanoke College
A native of Roanoke, Virginia, Toni has a Bachelors’ degree in Education and a Masters’ degree in Vocational Education, both from Virginia Tech.  She has served as Director of Career Services at Roanoke College for 27 years.  During her tenure at Roanoke, she has served in many capacities and Board positions with her state and regional professional organizations, having been president of and still actively involved in each.  She has completed the NACE Leadership Advancement Program and has served on several NACE committees and task forces.  In March 2017, Toni was a co-presenter for a NACE webinar on Career-Ready Competencies, and she recently served as a discussion facilitator at the NACE Executive Leadership Symposium.  In July 2018, she will begin a two-year term as College Director on the NACE Board of Directors.  Toni is also Immediate Past President for the Salem-Roanoke County Chamber of Commerce and President of their Foundation.  

Christopher Thunberg, Director of Counseling, Yeshiva University 
Christopher joined the YU Career Center in Fall 2011; prior to this he served as an Associate Director at New York University’s Wasserman Center for Career Development, overseeing their technology initiatives, mentorship program, and graduate student career programs. He began his career in higher education as a Career Counselor at SUNY Purchase.  He has worked in the Bay Area startup sector as a recruiter and human resources manager, and with the consulting firm Accenture in their Communications and Technology practice. A native New Yorker, he enjoys biking around NYC and the rail-trails of the Hudson Valley. He holds a BA in Psychology from New York University, and a Master’s in Counseling Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies.

Barbara Zerillo, Assistant Dean, Career Services and Experiential Learning, Fisher College
Barbara joined the Fisher College Career Services team in February 2014, and is committed to helping students and alumni prepare for and develop their career plans. She serves as a full-time faculty member at the college and teaches a career or experiential learning courses each year. Barbara is currently completing her Doctorate in Education at Northeastern University and will begin writing her dissertation this summer. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology & Spanish and a Master of Public Administration degree from Clark University. Barbara has presented nationally and internationally on topics ranging from LGBTQ+ specific career advising as well as various career topics. Is passionate about diversity work within higher education and has served on several boards and committees including chairing the EACE Diversity & Inclusion Committee.


Jocelyn Coalter, Director, University Career Services, St. John's University 
Jocelyn has been a part of St. John's since October of 2015. Prior to her current role, she has over 12 years of experience in varying roles with career services and students affairs and Yeshiva University and LIM College.  In addition, she holds memberships for NACE, EACE, MNYCCPOA and NASW.  She currently serves on the Technology and Membership Committees for EACE, and is a EACE as well as a NACE Mentor, as well as an alumnus of the NACE Leadership Advancement Program. She holds a B.A. in English and Sociology from Providence College, and an MSW from Stony Brook University. She is licensed as a social worker in the State of New York. 


This webinar is free and only open to EACE members.

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