2019 Communicating Careers Conference

Agenda

May 9-10, 2019
More information coming soon. View agendas from past conferences.


Ready to register?

Registration is now open.

  • Early Bird Registration (Until March 1): $85.00
  • Regular Registration (Until May 1): $110.00
  • Day Pass (Until May 1): $55.00

Call for proposals

Share an effective initiative, a new strategy, or something else in a 10-minute presentation. Think you need longer than 10 minutes for your presentation? Let us know!

Submissions are now being accepted for 2019.


Speakers

Keynote Speaker:

chelseaharingheadshotChelsea Haring
Chief Operations Officer and Higher Education Strategist at Switchboard

Innovation begins with listening. Career services has been rocked with disruption and change over the past decade; many campuses have restructured or are actively reimagining how they connect college to career. In other cases, teams have weathered years of change initiatives, yet are still facing similar challenges. What if institutions invested in their career services team’s ability to listen to the students who don’t show up? Could the stories from those students help to design relevant services from a place of empathy as well as better communicate that new perspective?

Presentations:

Personalization at Scale: Digital Discoverability in the Age of Netflix
Tess Mattern, Marketing and Digital Media Manager, Wellesley Career Education
Jen Pollard, Director of Operations and Analytics, Wellesley Career Education

Give ‘Em Something to Snack On: A Menu of Micro Content Delights
Riky Hanlan, Career Advisor, Worcester Polytechnic Institute Career Development Center

Additional speakers and presentations to be announced soon


Transportation & Accommodations

Communicating Careers will be held at Boston University’s Center for Career Development, which is located in the Yawkey Center for Student Services at 100 Bay State Road, Boston, MA 02215.

See more on how to get there and where to stay.


Planning Committee

Please contact us with any questions.

Lisa Alberts
Assistant Director, Marketing & Business Analytics
Undergraduate Center for Career Development, Babson College

Eleanor Cartelli
Senior Associate Director
Center for Career Development, Boston University

Rick DelVecchio
Director of Career Development
College of Arts and Sciences, Quinnipiac University

Jennifer Pawlewicz
Career Engagement and Marketing Specialist
Career Services, Ithaca College

Allison Postlethwait
Assistant Director, Marketing and Communications
Career Center, Boston College

Sarah Thomas
Marketing & Communications Manager
Center for Career Development, Boston University