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Tuesday, January 28 • 14:15 - 15:15
209: PANEL: Addressing Changing Requirements for University Career Centre Staff

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Within university career centres, a shift has emerged. Career practitioners are now required to be more sophisticated in their core skills while also being skilled in curriculum development, consulting and having high levels of institutional acumen. Join other directors/managers to hear panellists share their strategies for hiring, retention, skills assessment and development. Participants will also discuss their own strategies.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Learn about the changing number and nature of skills required;
  • Explore examples of strategies from three different campuses;
  • Identify opportunities for new approaches in your own setting

Speakers | Conférenciers
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Tony Botelho

Director, Simon Fraser University Career & Volunteer Services
Tony Botelho is the Director of SFU Career and Volunteer Services, an office that was named the Career Development Association of the Year by the BC Career Development Association in 2018.
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Cathy Keates

Director, Career Services & Experiential Learning, Queen's University
Cathy Keates, Director of Career Services and Experiential Learning at Queen's University, leads development and delivery of cross-institution programs and services. Two recent projects, the Major Maps and It All Adds Up, were recognized with CACEE Innovation Awards.
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Jennifer Woodside

Director, Centre for Career Action, University of Waterloo
Jennifer Woodside is Director of the University of Waterloo's Centre for Career Action, leading the design and development of career education programming across campus. CCA was recognized for its Career Leader program's innovation in leadership by CACEE in 2018.

Tuesday January 28, 2020 14:15 - 15:15 EST
Room | Salle 209