NACA® Webinars - Upcoming Webinars

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Scheduled: Friday, November 15, 2019


Virtual Networking Event
Category: Webinars

  • Members: Schools
    Regions: All
    Target Audience: Faculty, Graduate Student, Professional Staff
    In response to requests for more networking opportunities outside of the live events, NACA's first Virtual Networking Event will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 20 at 4 p.m. EST. This hour-long event is intended for graduate students and professional staff working in campus activities. The first 30 minutes will be reserved for networking within your professional level (graduate, new professional, mid-level professional, and seasoned professional), and the second 30 minutes will be based on your school's size and make-up. Applications will be limited to the first 50 people to apply and are due Friday, Nov. 15 at 11:59 p.m. EST. If you have any questions or would like more information prior to registering, please email Kayla Brennan at kaylab@naca.org.

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    Scheduled: Thursday, November 21, 2019


    The Blessing & The Curse of Campus Traditions
    Category: Webinars

  • Members: Schools
    Regions: All
    Target Audience: Faculty, Graduate Student, Professional Staff
    This webinar will focus on the awesome traditions that bring campus communities together, while also dissecting what makes a tradition have a negative impact on campus – and how to bring new life to “sacred cows.”

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    Scheduled: Tuesday, January 14, 2020


    NACA® Live: Highlights and Can't Miss Events
    Category: Webinars

  • Members: All
    Regions: All
    Target Audience: All
    NACA® Live – the new national convention experience – debuts Feb. 22-26, 2020 in Denver, CO! Join members of the NACA® Live team as they walk us through the highlights and framework of this groundbreaking event!

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    Scheduled: Thursday, March 5, 2020


    Translating the Campus Activities Experience
    Category: Webinars

  • Members: All
    Regions: All
    Target Audience: Faculty, Graduate Student, Professional Staff
    Search committees aren’t just reviewing resumes to determine a candidate’s qualifications, they are also looking to see if a candidate will fit within their culture. A recent LinkedIn study (https://tinyurl.com/yygnnem2) of two million members’ profiles determined which soft skills are most in demand. They found that the top skills employers look for from ideal candidates include communication, organization, team work, social skills, adaptability, and creativity. Luckily, these skills are among the many strengths professionals bring to the campus activities field each year. This webinar will highlight several approaches to helping your students translate their campus activities duties into a positive job search experience.

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