5th Annual NJCEIA Spring Mini-Conference
Friday, April 5, 2013 from 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)
5th Annual Spring Mini Conference
PATRICK LOVE, ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS, RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
TONY DOODY, DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMS AND LEADERSHIP, RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
Learn practical strategies to use with your professional and student staff as you inspire and lead others. Areas of focus include values driven practice, recruiting and retaining top talent, gathering feedback, risk-taking and innovation, and relentless marketing and advocacy. We will describe methods to intentionally and systematically forage for new ideas and incorporate “best practices” from outside our field.
The purpose of this presentation is to challenge participants’ view and definition of what it means to lead and manage in a world where change is a constant. There are four segments to the symposium: Values, Talent, Innovation, and Marketing.
Building Successful Campus Partnerships to Help Prepare Students for Co-ops and Internships
Megan Van Hook, Sarah Vandermark, and Jeffrey Grundy, NJIT
Transforming Alumni Resources into Employer Relationships: A How-To Guide
Christian Uhl, Stevens Institute of Technology
Friday, April 5, 2013, 9:30 AM – 3:00 PM
NJIT, Campus Center Atrium, University Heights, Newark, NJ
GPS Address to Parking Deck – 154 Summit Street, Newark, NJ
$35/Members; $50/Non-Members; $20/Student Rate
(Continental Breakfast and Hot Lunch Included)
*24 hour cancellation notice required. No shows will be billed.
Please register online at: www.njceia.eventbrite.com by Friday, March 29, 2013
Checks made payable to: NJCEIA; Payment is also accepted at the door
Please contact Christine Cervelli
VP of Programming
Cervelli@njit.edu or call 973.596.3643
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NJCEIA IS COMMITTED TO:
• Encouraging New Jersey colleges and universities to adopt the concept of Cooperative Education and Internships
• Building partnerships among all New Jersey Cooperative Education colleges, universities and employers
• Providing support to strengthen new and existing Cooperative Education and Internship programs.
By joining forces and forming a working partnership of college and business professionals throughout the state, NJCEIA helps to create a pool of interns that will be part of an educated, trained workforce benefiting New Jersey’s economic growth.