Upcoming Webinars

Thursday, July 15, 2021 | 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM ET

Universities are Using CareerShift in Many Ways

Did you know that the CareerShift platform can be used by more than students? Many universities use this resource in different ways. Learn about how CareerShift can help students, alumni, employer outreach, faculty, career classes, institutional research and Alumni fundraising. If your goal is to facilitate a CAREER mindset on your campus, join us for a lively discussion.


Val Matta, Co-Owner, CareerShift, LLC

Valerie Matta is co-owner of CareerShift. Since 2007, CareerShift’s mission is to help job seekers successfully navigate and organize the published and hidden job market. CareerShift, used by hundreds of schools and universities, is robust and easy to use for entry-level candidates and seasoned professionals. Val holds a degree in Psychology and an MBA, is an avid career blogger, sports enthusiast and active in her community.

Registration: This webinar is free for EACE members and $35 for non-members. 

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Wednesday, July 21, 2021 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET

Writing a Successful Conference Proposal

Writing a proposal for a conference doesn’t have to be intimidating. You have done the hard work already by creating a new project, facilitating change with colleagues, or evaluating the impact of recent assessment results. It starts with believing in yourself and wanting to share your wisdom. Once the want is there, then you need to follow a few helpful tips to ensure it addresses the goals and theme(s) of the conference. During this webinar, you will hear from three EACE conference programming co-chairs who will share with you their experience as program reviewers and what it takes to have your conference proposal accepted. From your program title, to your program description and targeted audience, to your learning objectives and connection to conference themes, this webinar will leave you feeling confident to submit a conference proposal that will be accepted!


Kristin Eicholtz, Executive Director of Career Development, DeSales University

Kristin Eicholtz has served as the executive director of the career development center at DeSales University for the past 11 years. Prior to her work at DeSales, Kristin received her master’s degree in student affairs in higher education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) and began her professional career working at Virginia Tech as a Career Advisor from 2005-2010. Most recently Kristin was awarded the 2021 Distinguished Alumni Award from IUP. Truly passionate about the growth and development of herself, her team, and students, Kristin has been actively involved with NACE and EACE - serving on various committees and presenting both webinars and at conferences. For the past 3 years, Kristin has served as a co-chair on the EACE conference programming team.

Joe Santacroce, Assistant Director, Career Services, Salem State University

Joe has more than 12 years of professional experience in the career services field and currently serves as Assistant Director in Career Services at Salem State University. Joe has a passion for counseling students one-on-one in all phases of career development and teaches a 1-credit career development course. Joe has been involved with EACE since 2014, serving on multiple committees including Marketing, Community Service and Programming. He served as Programming Co-Chair for the 2020 and 2021 Virtual Conferences. He holds a M.Ed. with a focus in Higher Education Administration from Northeastern University and a BA in History from Salem State College.

Cheresa Fewell, Career and Internship Advisor, St. John's University

Cheresa has more than ten years experience in workforce development preparing individuals to enter the job market through curriculum development, training, and coaching. She landed her dream job at her alma mater, St. John’s University, while starting her own career coaching company on the side. Her first experience at EACE in 2016, she joined the mentoring committee and is now the Co-Chair for Continuing Education. In her spare time, she is a volunteer Career Center Specialist for Dress for Success, coaching women from various walks of life to reenter the workforce. Her motto is, “the perfect job is waiting for you”.

Registration: This webinar is free for EACE members and $35 for non-members. 

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*New for 2021* Webinar Sponsorship Opportunities

Did you know that EACE webinars attract hundreds of HR/recruiting and college/university career center professionals each year? Become a webinar sponsor today to gain maximum exposure for your organization! For just $500, your sponsorship of an EACE webinar includes branding and recognition during the webinar and on all marketing materials including the website, newsletters and promotional emails, such as this one, that reaches 5,000+ contacts! 

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Webinars are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis.


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Do you have expertise or information to share within the following focus areas?
  • Assessment (best practices, new approaches, learning/graduate outcomes)
  • Community Colleges/Small Schools
  • COVID-19 and Adapting to Industry Changes
  • Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Access
  • Employer Relations and Recruiting
  • Marketing and Technology

If you answered, yes, then submit your webinar presentation proposal today! You do not need to be a member of EACE to submit a proposal, so share this invitation with anyone you know who may have valuable information to share in these key areas.

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