The Online Career Development Speaker Series is a free series offered exclusively to Teachers College alumni and is brought to you by the 21st Century Leaders Committee and Alumni Council. The series covers a range of career topics, including career management, networking, social media, and leadership. Speakers from a variety of career backgrounds will share their approaches and tips to navigating today's employment world.
The best part? You don't have to leave your desk for any of these programs. And did we mention that it's free?
Do you have ideas for an upcoming webinar? Share them with us by choosing from the options below.
1) I want to host a webinar – here is my idea. (Presenter)
2) I know someone who would be a great webinar host. (Recommendation)
3) I have an idea for a topic to be covered in an upcoming webinar. (Topic Specific)
A full line-up will be released this fall. Co-sponsored by the Office of Career Services and Alumni Relations.
Click on the link next to the date to register.
July 12: Your Career: The Next Step | Presented by Nada Beth Glick (Ed.D. '89)
August 16: Differentiated Reading and Writing Instruction: Free Tools to Help All Students Improve | Presented by Jules Csillag (M.S. '10)
September: Education Startups & Entrepreneurship: Bringing Your Knowledge & Skills to the World | Presented by Gayle Allen (Ed.D. '08)
October: Marketing Your Education: How to Highlight Your Classroom & Experiential Learning in Your Job Search | Presented by Francine Fabricant (M.E. '01)
November: How Social Media & Slam Poetry Engage Underprivileged Students | Presented by Daniel Gallant (M.A. '04)
January: Creating a Mentoring Culture | Presented by Lois Zachary (Ed.D. '86)
February: 7 Technologies that are Changing Classroom Education | Presented by Khaitsa Wasiyo (Ed.D. '09)
March: Workplace Wellness & Employee Engagement |Presented by Debra Wein (M.S. '94)
April: Social and Emotional Learning for Children | Presented by Tonia Casarin (M.A. '15)
May: Managing Your English Teaching Career in New York and Abroad | Presented by Rohini A. Parikh (M.A. '05)