Upcoming Webinars

Tuesday, December 2, 2020 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET

Resilience in the Job Search

In a culture that thrives on instant gratification, how do we prepare students and prospective candidates for the COVID-19 reality that they may not get the job of their dreams upon graduation, or they may not get a job right away? Instead, it may take them months to secure a position. At times, they will get rejected and be discouraged. When they land the job, they may even experience disappointment early on. These new, young professionals will face difficulties with their job search, but how will they respond? Will they bounce back, or will they fall under the weight of their expectations and potential entitlement? The key to a successful job search is being properly prepared in resilience. Now more than ever, educating students and prospective candidates on resilience must become a priority not only to career development professionals but employers also. By sharing personal testimonies, research findings, and practical resilience strategies, workshop attendees will have a better understanding of what resilience is and how to implement techniques into their Career Centers and workplaces


Aubree Robitzer, Career Coach, DeSales University

Aubree Robitzer is a tenacious, go-getting student affairs professional. As a 2018 graduate of Kutztown University’s Student Affairs in Higher Education, Master of Education program, Aubree has sought to hone her skills specifically in the realm of Career Development. She loves to compassionately challenge her students through one-on-one career coaching sessions by asking what their goals are, listening to their stories, and assisting them in achieving to their fullest potential! Aubree currently works at DeSales University as their Career Coach, serving their graduate, adult, and student veteran populations. In her spare time, Aubree enjoys reading, crocheting, and watching movies from the Golden Age of Hollywood.

Registration: This webinar is FREE for EACE members and $35 for non-members to join.

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Tuesday, December 15, 2020 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET

Cultivating Career Readiness Abroad: Career Exploration and Professional Development in the UK

This session will address how study abroad can empower students to develop and articulate competencies identified by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) to be essential for young professionals. We will discuss a case study that provided students the opportunity to identify, develop, and articulate career competencies not only outside the classroom but outside the country while being able to acquire an international perspective on career development and the workplace. Through this session, youll learn more about how Towson University and Global Experiences partnered to pilot the first career education class abroad from program design, recruitment, logistics and implementation. Kelly and Katie will reflect on the successes and challenges of career education abroad and how you can start thinking of integrating career readiness into opportunities at your university.


Casey Miller, Associate Director of Career Education, Towson University Career Center

Casey Miller is the Associate Director, Career Education for the Towson University Career Center. In this role she oversees all sections of the Career Exploration and Professional Development course, including curriculum development and instructor training. Additionally, she provides strategic oversight to career education efforts including implementing and expanding the career community model to serve students in a scalable and personalized manner. As an adjunct faculty member, Casey has taught the course for over five years utilizing in-person, online, hybrid and abroad formats. Her prior experience includes career counseling, program management, social skills training, and student professional development. Casey has a master’s degree in counseling psychology from Towson University and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Maryland.

Kelly Holland, Director of Institutional Relations, Global Experiences

Kelly Holland is the Director of Institutional Relations for Global Experiences based in Annapolis, Maryland and has been with the company since 2016. Kelly holds an M.Ed. in Comparative and International Education from Lehigh University, and a B.A. in International Business and Spanish from Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Working in international education since 2010 previous institutions include Towson University and Eastern Illinois University. Kelly has studied, lived, and led programs abroad, taught courses, and is a certified Gallup Strengths coach.

Registration: This webinar is FREE for EACE members and $35 for non-members to join.

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Wednesday, January 20, 2021 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM ET 

12 Tips for Hiring More Diverse College Students

On May 25, 2020, George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, was killed by the Minneapolis Police Department only miles from my home in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His crime? Allegedly using a counterfeit bill, although if he was unaware that the bill was counterfeit then he didn’t even commit a crime. Since Floyd’s killing, most of the large corporations in the country have placed greater emphasis on their recruitment and retention of diverse college students and recent graduates. They’re trying to make their workplaces more equitable and inclusive, and that’s all great. Some question whether these actions are merely “feel good” and therefore foolish, but the data shows very, very good reasons for employers to improve their diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) practices. Studies show:

  • Companies with diverse management teams have 19% higher revenues.
  • Diverse companies are 1.7 times more likely to be innovation leaders in their market segments.
  • 67% of job seekers say diversity is an important factor when considering a company.
  • 85% of CEOs say that having a diverse workforce improved their bottom lines.

Given that it is good for business to recruit more diverse college students, together we will look at 12 ways to make that happen.


Steven Rothberg, President, College Recruiter

Steven Rothberg is the President and Founder of College Recruiter, which believes that every student and recent graduate deserves a great career. More than 2.5 million students and recent graduates of all 7,400+ one-, two-, and four-year colleges and universities use College Recruiter a year to find part-time, seasonal, internship, and entry-level jobs. College Recruiters customers are primarily Fortune 1,000 companies, government agencies, and other employers who hire at scale, meaning dozens or even hundreds into the same or similar roles.

Registration: This webinar is FREE for EACE members and $35 for non-members to join. 

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  • Assessment (best practices, new approaches, learning/graduate outcomes)
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