A day long event focused on embedding career throughout the entire student journey

Date & Time
November 4, 2019 from 10AM to 5PM
Location To Be Announced
Boston, MA

Join higher ed. leaders from all areas of the institution as we come together to share strategies for embedding career everywhere and the best practices for a career driven student experience...(and drastically improve enrollment, persistence and career readiness!)

Register by 10/18 for early-bird pricing.

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Career is Everything

According to a recent Strada/Gallup poll, 86% of students cited career advancement as the primary factor in their decision to enroll in college. Career outcomes can positively motivate students at every stage in their journey - from enrollment, through completion.

An Event Dedicated to the New Model for Success

Getting ALL students on a career pathway, earlier into their student experience is everyone’s responsibility and doing so can produce tremendous results. This event is dedicated to sharing best practices around embedding career pathways into all aspects of the student journey.

  • Learn from industry leaders sharing their best practices
  • Participate in a hands-on activity to see how your Career Tech Stack actually stacks up
  • Network with other innovative thinkers - share ideas and perspectives that you can bring back to your institution

Your registration fee for this day-long event includes entry to all of the keynote sessions, featured sessions, a hands-on workshop, meals and a closing reception.

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Learn a lot.

Spend a little.

Have some fun.

We wanted to encourage as many people from as many different institutions to attend this event so we designed it to deliver a lot, without breaking your budget or requiring you to be off campus for an extended period of time. With a schedule running from 10:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., you'll be able to participate in this one-day event and learn from innovative leaders without having expensive travel costs or being away from campus for an extended time. 

And who should attend?

When students have a career outcome as their primary motivation, they are more likely to enroll and persist to completion. Strategic engagement with the career resources and services you already have on campus can impact strategic initiatives including:

  • Driving enrollments
  • Increasing retention and persistence
  • Delivering meaningful outcomes

Higher Ed. Leaders in the following roles should attend:

  • Administration
  • Career Services
  • Academic Advising
  • Student Experience
  • Marketing and Enrollment
  • Institutional research
  • Alumni Affairs

And anyone else who wants to learn how to embed career pathways into all aspects of the student experience.

Featured Speakers Will Be Announced Soon!

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Attention uConnect Clients! If you are a uConnect Client and are looking for information on the uConnect New England User Meetup, please visit the meetup registration page.