CEIA Academy is pleased to host VIRTUALLY in Vail!
This series will include four one-hour training webinars to help attendees navigate during these unprecedented times to support students’ career development and discover a new level of creativity. Presenters will also share strategies to maximize success in the area of employer relations and avenues to develop partnerships during COVID-19 restrictions.
Training Sessions include: Curriculum Development, Design Thinking, DACUM concepts, Creativity, and Perfecting Partnerships.
All sessions will be recorded. Paid registrants will receive a password protected link with access to these recordings and presentation materials. Please allow us a few days to upload this information to our website.
10:00 a.m. – 11: 00 a.m. EST – What’s My Job?
Zach Osborne, Associate Director of Career Development at Nova Southeastern University
This introduction to the DACUM as a concept and tool (extremely pertinent given the COVID-19 restrictions) will teach attendees how to use the DACUM to understand their roles in experiential learning, dig deep into success factors and approaches that can be used to achieve greater success, and aid in explaining their role and experiential learning to others.
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. EST – Design Thinking and Wicked Problem Solving
Joe Catrino, Director of Career Development and Special Assistant to the Vice President for Innovation, Trinity College – Hartford
Attendees will be introduced to design thinking and Stanford University’s award-winning, paradigm-shifting curriculum of designing your life. The design thinking process is a powerful framework for understanding and solving complex problems like how might we support our students’ career development during a pandemic. Professionals will learn how to push beyond their first good idea and discover a new level of creativity and momentum.
10:00 a.m. – 11: 00 a.m. EST – Creativity…Thinking Differently Doesn’t Take a Genius
Mike True, President, INTRUEITION, LLC
Have you ever thought, “I’m just not creative at all”? At a recent experiential learning conference a vast majority of attendees echoed that thought. It is an issue we, our students, our faculty, and administrative colleagues confront all the time. During these unprecedented times of disruption, campuses across the country are looking for solutions to a host of problems. In our time together, we will consider hindrances, helps, and techniques that influence the creative process.
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. EST – Perfecting Partnerships
Julie Hutt, Director of Internship Programs & Academic Advisor-University of South Carolina Honors College
Meghan Stidd, Assistant Dean for External Relations at University of Colorado – Colorado Springs
Attendees will gain knowledge in general approaches and specific strategies to maximize their success in the area of employer relations and management. Traditional strategies will be discussed as well as avenues to develop partnerships during COVID-19 restrictions.
Registration includes all four sessions and closes on Sunday, June 7, 2020 at 11:30 p.m. EST.
CEIA Members: $25
CEIA Non-Members: $125