Conference Program

Confirmed sessions are listed below. Check back soon for more details!

Sessions will be dynamic, with a focus on relevancy and engagement. Opportunities to influence the discussion will be available before and during the event through continuous interaction with speakers and other attendees. Stay tuned for a more detailed agenda, to be posted soon!

Pre-Conference Sessions: for new members and career center leaders

Asia-Pacific Section: Enabling Talent for APAC's Future
8 pm - 12 am EST/8 am - 12 pm SGT each day

European Section: Navigating the Next Normal in a Digital World
8 am - 12 pm EST/13:00 - 17:00 BST each da

Global Section: Reimagining Possibilities
2 - 6 pm EST each day



Pre-Conference Sessions

For new members and career center leaders

Pre-Conference Session for Career Center Leaders (Invitation only)

Leadership in the 21st Century: Fostering Collaboration and Finding Solutions in an Ever-Changing Business Landscape
Thursday, June 25; 11 am - 12:30 pm and 8 - 9:30 pm EST

-Rebecca Cook, Executive Director, Undergraduate Career Services, Indiana University Kelley School of Business
-Margaret O’Neill, Head of MBA Marketing, Admissions & Careers, Cambridge Judge Business School
-Rhoda Yap, Chief Operating Officer & Acting MBA Career Development Director, Asia School of Business in conjunction with MIT Sloan

Is the digital world causing you to rethink how you and your team deliver career services? Are your students feeling that one program is “better” than the others and receiving more resources?  Are you hungry for ideas to revamp how you connect with and serve both students and employers? If so, this is the session for you. We will discuss these topics, among others, and share implementable ideas relevant to the challenges facing career services offices in the 21st century. Join us to explore tactics for increasing student and employer collaboration, tapping into the positive changes that technology offers for our industry, and addressing the needs of all stakeholders to propel your organization forward. We will host two sessions to accommodate all time zones. Feel free to join us for one, or both sessions.

These sessions are open to the senior most person responsible for career services at each school (one person per school); no substitutions are allowed (based on feedback from attendees). You do not have to register for the Virtual Conference in order to attend this session. You can register for just these sessions at the individual session rate ($75).

New Member Orientation
Wedneday, June 24, 8 - 9:30 pm EST; Thursday, June 25, 9 - 10:30 am EST

John Helmers, MBA CSEA President-Elect and Associate Director, Graduate Career Management, University of Colorado Boulder Leeds School of Business
Megan Hendricks, MBA CSEA Executive Director

New members (or anyone interested in learning more about the CSEA) can join us for this interactive session, providing an opportunity to learn about the benefits of membership! Meet other new members, network with peers and discover the amazine resources available within your network.