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Career services strategies directly from your peers

Boots-on-the-ground tactics, ideas, and advice—straight from the source. That’s what the Career Everywhere podcast is all about.

Join us every other Tuesday for in-depth interviews with today’s most innovative career services leaders about how they’re implementing Career Everywhere and embedding career into the classroom, across campus, and beyond.

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Latest episodes

  • Building an On-Campus Internship Program

    Sarah Coburn, Senior Associate Director for Experiential Learning and Employer Engagement at St. Lawrence University, shares how she built a successful on-campus internship program.

  • How to Advance Your Career as a Higher Ed Career Services Leader

    Dr. Audra Verrier, Associate Vice Provost of Career and Professional Development at Loyola Marymount University, shares her best advice, tips, and tricks for advancing a career in higher education career services leadership. 

  • Strategic Planning for the Career Center

    In this episode, Josh Domitrovich of PennWest, Kelli Smith of Binghamton University, and Mike Summers of Lafayette College each share their approach to strategic planning for their career centers.

  • 3 Ways to Improve Engagement with Gen Z Students

    Josh Taylor and Hayley Hollenberg of the University of Kentucky Gatton College of Business and Economics share three specific strategies their team is using to better engage Gen Z students with career services.

  • Career Readiness Efforts with Identity-Based Populations

    Larry Jackson, the Senior Associate Director for Career Education and Engagement at UC Berkeley, discusses the strategies and initiatives his team has implemented to improve career readiness among identity-based populations on campus.

  • Best Practices for Supporting First-Generation Students

    Yasi Mahallaty, the Senior Manager of Strategic Innovation at CareerSpring, talks about how career services can support first-generation students.

  • Amplifying Your Impact Through Campus Partnerships

    Rebekah Paré, the Founder and Chief Strategy Officer of Paré Consulting and a former longtime career services leader in higher ed, shares how career leaders can amplify their impact through campus partnerships.

  • How Career Services Can Create More Equity and Inclusivity

    Jenn Tardy, founder and CEO of Jennifer Tardy Consulting, shares several best practices for how career services teams can create more equity and inclusivity.

  • How to Use Video to Engage More Students with Career

    Matt Phillips and Rebecca Davis, both of the University of Arizona Global Campus, share how their team uses video to engage more students with career. 

  • Career Everywhere in a Decentralized Model

    Adam Capozzi, Director of Career Services, Assessment, and Student Success at Syracuse University, shares how his team implements Career Everywhere in a distributed, decentralized career services model. 

  • How Career Services Can Support Student Veterans

    Eric Stetson, Director of Engagement and Enrollment at FourBlock and a retired Army officer, shares best practices for how career services teams can support student veterans.

  • How Career Services Can Support Retention

    Chris Entringer, Career Services Coordinator and Enrollment Advisor at Northeast Iowa Community College, shares how he and his team work to support retention.

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