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Mind The Gap: Career Resiliency Across Generational Approach

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11-2-2021 6:00 PM

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11-2-2021 7:00 PM

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Bridging the divide among generations, well-being, and uncertainties to create an adaptable, seamless career capital journey. The impact of globalization, demographic changes, and technological advancements among other factors, have been driving new forms of organization, new ways of working, and new characteristics of the workforce 2026. To assist first-generation students and their parents with navigating this new world economy, adaptive programming and approaches must be implemented.Therefore, presenters will introduce an interactive virtual series, designed to assist first-generation students and their parents to adapt the career capital journey through these changing and uncertain times by:

  • Surveying services and programs in the Office of Career Advancement as a guide to their career exploration path
  • Learning from the experience of our Alumni about the obstacles they overcame
  • Maneuvering the myriad of online platforms to advance their ability to operate in this ever-changing and emerging virtual landscape
  • Enhancing skill sets and resumes by learning alternate opportunities
  • Expanding visions and preparation for careers that do not exist yet

Presenters will also highlight:

  • The process of researching presentation topics for program implementation.
  • Strategies for collaborating with institutional stakeholders across campus to encourage student engagement.
  • Refining of program series for implementation at participants’ institution/department

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Mind The Gap: Career Resiliency Across Generational Approach

Bridging the divide among generations, well-being, and uncertainties to create an adaptable, seamless career capital journey. The impact of globalization, demographic changes, and technological advancements among other factors, have been driving new forms of organization, new ways of working, and new characteristics of the workforce 2026. To assist first-generation students and their parents with navigating this new world economy, adaptive programming and approaches must be implemented.Therefore, presenters will introduce an interactive virtual series, designed to assist first-generation students and their parents to adapt the career capital journey through these changing and uncertain times by:

  • Surveying services and programs in the Office of Career Advancement as a guide to their career exploration path
  • Learning from the experience of our Alumni about the obstacles they overcame
  • Maneuvering the myriad of online platforms to advance their ability to operate in this ever-changing and emerging virtual landscape
  • Enhancing skill sets and resumes by learning alternate opportunities
  • Expanding visions and preparation for careers that do not exist yet

Presenters will also highlight:

  • The process of researching presentation topics for program implementation.
  • Strategies for collaborating with institutional stakeholders across campus to encourage student engagement.
  • Refining of program series for implementation at participants’ institution/department