Webinar

Strategic Planning for the Career Center

Join us on May 31 for a panel discussion with three career leaders about how they’re approaching strategic planning.

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Guests
Audra Verrier, Mike Summers, Josh Domitrovich

Strategic planning is never an easy task.

What should you focus on for the next one, two, or five years? What goals should you set? Who should be involved across campus? What resources (people, financial, tech, and otherwise) will you need to make it all happen?

Every career services leader faces these questions on a regular basis, especially as summer rolls around and strategic planning can really begin in earnest. Where should you start? What does a good strategic plan look like?

That’s exactly what we’ll cover in this webinar with our three esteemed panelists:

  • Josh Domitrovich, Inaugural Executive Director of the Career Center at Pennsylvania Western University
  • Dr. Audra Verrier, Associate Vice Provost of Career and Professional Development at Loyola Marymount University
  • Mike Summers, Associate Vice President of the Gateway Career Center at Lafayette College

Josh, Audra, and Mike will each share how they’re approaching strategic planning, including what their plans are/were, what tools they used, what their timelines looked like, what they’ve learned in the process, and more. Then we’ll open it up to the audience for Q&A. 

See you there! 

Note: This webinar will be hosted in the Career Everywhere community. To register for the webinar, you’ll first need to join the community. Click “Register” below to learn more and join.

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About our guests

  • Audra Verrier

    Associate Vice Provost of Career and Professional Development
    Loyola Marymount University
  • Mike Summers

    Associate Vice President of the Gateway Career Center
    Lafayette College
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    Josh Domitrovich

    Executive Director of the Center for Career and Professional Development
    Pennsylvania Western University