Career Everywhere Roadshow 2023 Logo

Boston, MA · Aug 1-2, 2023

We’re hitting the road and we hope you’ll join us!

The Career Everywhere Roadshow brings together leaders who believe career services must exist beyond the walls of one office. Join us for a day and a half of strategy and innovation as we collectively work to make career services accessible to anyone, anywhere, anytime.

The Roadshow will take place August 1-2 on the MIT campus.
Check out the current lineup of speakers, planned agenda and register using the button below!

Why should you attend?

Learning and innovation is easier and more effective (and honestly, more fun) when you do it with friends. That’s why we want to bring together career services leaders across the country to network, strategize, and collaborate on ways we can embed career in classrooms, across campuses, and beyond — what we call Career Everywhere.

Each day and a half event will offer multiple sessions and discussions focused on sharing best practices and tactics. Speakers will cover topics like supporting and engaging faculty, equitably serving underrepresented student populations, embedding career into the classroom, and many others that align with a Career Everywhere approach to career services. Attendees will not only gain a deeper understanding of the philosophy behind Career Everywhere, but will also begin to build out their playbook for implementing strategies and tactics for their specific campus.

We believe there’s no better time than right now to be working in career services. We’re only just beginning to see the potential impact career services can have, not only on student success, but on institutional success as a whole. To realize this potential, it’s critical that we work together.

For a taste of what a Career Everywhere Roadshow event is like, be sure to watch this clip from a past event!

What is Career Everywhere?

Engaging students with career resources before, during, and after college

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Providing truly equitable access to all students, 24/7/365

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Shifting the role of career services from provider to facilitator

Topics & Speakers

Topics will highlight best practices, strategies, and tactics that align with the spirit of Career Everywhere, and while we’re still finalizing the agenda, below are currently confirmed topics and speakers!

A Career Everywhere case study

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Josh Domitrovich

Executive Director of the Center for Career and Professional Development at PennWest 

Developing your institutional landscape analysis to identify stakeholders, build influence, and inspire change

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Kevin Grubb

Associate Vice Provost of Career and Professional Development at Villanova University

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Karyn McCoy

Associate VP of Alumni, Career, and Corporate Engagement at the University of St. Thomas

Scaling engagement with career services

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Toni Rhorer

Executive Director of the Career Management Center for the UC San Diego Rady School of Management

Leveraging the power of your website to scale your reach and impact

Briana Randall

Briana Randall

Executive Director of the Career and Internship Center at the University of Washington

Proactively and strategically partnering with admissions

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Sharon Belden Castonguay

Executive Director of the Gordon Career Center at Wesleyan University

Establishing and advancing your value proposition: Becoming a thought leader on your campus

Harvard OCS’s Manny Contomanolis

Manny Contomanolis

Director, Mignone Center for Career Success, Harvard University

DEI legislation: What career services leaders need to know

Madeleine Rodriguez

Partner and Co-Chair, Education Industry, at Foley Hoag LLP

Joseph Catrino

Executive Director of Career & Life Design, Trinity College-Hartford

Scaffolding the engagement and success of historically underrepresented student populations

Daniel Pascoe Aguilar, Ph.D.

Daniel Pascoe Aguilar

Founding Director of the Center for Social Justice and Chief Diversity Officer at Excelsior University

Building a career champions program

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Nancy Bilmes

Director, Center for Career Development at the University of Connecticut

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Amelinda Vazquez Rossitto

Senior Associate Director, Center for Career Development at the University of Connecticut

Engaging families with career resources to scale engagement and impact

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Sarah Perrone

Director, Career and Professional Development at Arizona State University

Systemically engaging faculty with career

Branden Grimmett

Vice Provost, Career and Professional Development at Emory University

A conversation around repositioning career services

Farouk Dey

Vice Provost, Integrative Learning & Life Design at Johns Hopkins University

Questions & Answers

What is the cost to attend?

Early bird registration (available through June 2): $299

Standard registration: $349

On-site registration (space pending): $399

What if I can’t make the first day of the event? Is there a discount for only attending one day or the other?

We’re excited about the programming we have in place for Day 1 and believe it really is “can’t-miss.” However, if you can’t make it for the first day, no worries, we’ll catch you on Day 2! There is no discount for only attending one day or the other.

What’s included in the registration fee?

Each attendee will, most importantly, leave with a playbook for what implementing Career Everywhere on their campus would entail based on interactive and in-depth sessions. But in addition to that, your registration fee covers an opening reception, light breakfast, lunch on day 2, plenty of coffee, and of course, great swag!

What’s the cancellation policy?

If you’re no longer able to attend we can provide a full refund up until two weeks before the scheduled event. We are unable to refund registration fees after that point.

Who should attend a roadshow event?

Career services leaders and aspiring leaders (or those who influence strategy related to career services on campus) are encouraged to attend.

Is this event best suited just for uConnect customers? Or will non-customers also benefit?

The Career Everywhere Roadshow events are unequivocally not just for uConnect customers. Programming will focus on strategies and tactics that help make Career Everywhere a reality, which includes topics beyond the scope of uConnect. An example of some of the topics that we plan to cover include:

  • Developing your institutional landscape analysis, influencing other stakeholders across campus, and managing change
  • Scaling engagement with career services
  • Equitably serving and engaging with underrepresented student populations
  • Engaging families with career services
  • Strategically and proactively partnering with admissions
  • Treating your website as an extension of your staff
  • Embedding career into the classroom

In short, this is a great event for any career services leader who has a desire to embed career into all facets of the student journey, well beyond the walls of the career center.

Any advice to help me justify my attendance to leadership?

The Career Everywhere Movement is intended to amplify and support the work of forward-thinking career services leaders who are committed to embedding career into classrooms, across campus, and beyond, so more students have access to the resources they need to build meaningful careers.

We, along with hundreds of other career leaders and practitioners, unequivocally believe that a Career Everywhere approach to career services, which is largely predicated on shifting the role of career services from provider to facilitator, is critical to the future success and impact of the career services industry.

Those who attend a Roadshow event will learn the philosophy behind Career Everywhere and build out a playbook for implementing strategies and tactics for their specific campus (because each institution’s circumstances and goals are unique—no one-size-fits-all approach here). Sessions will be led by actual career services leaders who have successfully implemented Career Everywhere-aligned strategies, and in doing so, are seeing tangible increases in engagement with career resources. And, most importantly, are creating a campus culture focused on career readiness.

Career Everywhere is how we’ll all collectively develop the next generation of prepared, diverse leaders. But don’t just take our word for it. Be sure to share the Career Everywhere Movement overview page so your leadership can hear directly from other career leaders about what it means.

Can I participate as a speaker?

Have a great strategy or tactic you want to share with others? Send an email to our marketing team (, to express your interest!

What’s the COVID-19 policy?

We’ll follow all state and local guidelines/policies for COVID-19 precautions.

Which is it – Boston or Cambridge?

You might notice we refer to our upcoming event as the “Boston Roadshow” but it’s actually being held on the MIT campus, located in Cambridge. Generally speaking, people refer to the Boston/Cambridge area as Boston, but locals know (and will tell you!) that they are indeed two separate places!

Register today!