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Engaging Students Early – Mentoring and Externship Programs for Underclassmen

 

New EACE webinar offers hands-on tools to increase early engagement

 

  • Is your Career Services office searching for strategies to engage first- and second-year students in career exploration?
  • Does your Human Resources organization need to build a stronger talent pipeline for student recruiting?

 

You won’t want to miss the EACE Professional Development Committee’s new webinar…

 

Engaging Students Early – Mentoring and Externship Programs for Underclassmen

Wednesday March 25, 2015, 2:-00 – 3:00 p.m. EST

Click here to register

 

If finding pathways to earlier student engagement is on your radar screen, this one-hour webinar will offer nuts-and-bolts strategies and resources to help you develop, execute, and evaluate successful mentoring and professional externship programs. Our co-presenters Tiffany Franklin and Jamie Grant from the University of Pennsylvania Career Services team will discuss early engagement from both a career services and employer perspective.  After this webinar you will have the tools to create high-impact programs from ground zero, fostering a culture of early career exploration on your campus and building your recruiting talent pipeline.

 

About the presenters

Tiffany Franklin, M.S.Ed.

Tiffany joined the University of Pennsylvania Career Services team in 2014 and provides career and internship guidance to engineering students and alumni.  Prior to coming to Penn, Tiffany served as a recruiter on the technology team of an international staffing company and submitted candidates to top companies in Silicon Valley.  From 2006 to 2013, Tiffany worked at Vanderbilt University in the Center for Student and Professional Development.  In that role, she coached Arts, Media and Communications students, coordinated the Vandy-in-Hollywood summer internship program and traveled throughout the country meeting with engineering alumni.  Tiffany earned her Master of Science in Education in Psychological Services from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Vanderbilt University.

 

Jamie Grant, M.S.Ed.

Jamie has been involved in Eastern ACE and the field of career counseling for over sixteen years, and joined Penn Career Services in 2009 as part of the Engineering team. Prior to coming to Penn, Jamie’s career included work at Saint Joseph’s University (Philadelphia) and Philadelphia University, where in addition to general career counseling and working with students, alumni and employers, she focused on international student issues and advising on internships.  Jamie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Science in Education in Psychological Services, both from the University of Pennsylvania. 

 

 

Questions? Contact Emily Larkin, Program Chair at (484) 254-6295, ext. 701

 

Submitted by Janet Long , Widener University, for EACE Professional Development Committee

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