When: Tuesday, February 13th at 12:30 -1:45pm

Where: 308 and 310 Allen Hall

Facilitator: Megan Miller,Director of Campus Career Engagement

Register here: https://forms.gle/rjJYQqsqko8CqCrC7

In partnership with major employers, The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) has created 8 Career-Readiness competencies that are most important to college graduates’ ability to achieve and flourish in post-graduate employment.

In this workshop, instructors will learn about NACE’s Career-Readiness Competencies including which three are identified as most important for new graduates and which three are identified as most commonly missing in new graduates. Participants will spend time aligning a current syllabus, project, or assignment to the competencies to intentionally incorporate them into future coursework.

As the QEP continues to take shape and there is increasing awareness of the importance of demonstrating Career preparation and readiness to enhance admission and retention, the integration and alignment of NACE Career Readiness Competencies will enhance both admission decision-making and post-graduate success for our students.

To participate fully in the workshop, please bring a hard copy of a current syllabus, project instructions, or assignment sheet.

Lunch will be provided by the Office of Alumni and Career Services.