Educational Webinar Series

The Collegiate Employment Research Institutional

at

Michigan State University

Educational Webinar Series 2012-2013

CERI is pleased to announce an exciting educational program for the 2012-2013 academic year.  After prodding from colleagues around the country, we have arranged a series of topical programs based on our most current research into college recruiting, national labor markets, internships and young adults.  We hope you find these programs as a resource for your programmatic and advising needs this year.

 Each site registrant will:

1. Be allowed unlimited participation at your site.

2. Have immediate access to PowerPoint slide deck.

3. Have access to audio recording of the presentation.

4. Receive all CERI publications cited in presentation.

 

 In addition to the single registrations for a specific webinar, packages are offered that provide substantial savings on the set of seminars best suited to your needs.

PromoCodes (discounts) may be available through regional and state career service and employer/career development associations.  When details are completed with associations, the associations will notify members of discounts.  We are sorry but discounts will not apply to those who register prior their association’s completing an agreement with CERI.

National Recruiting Trends 2012-2013

Date & TIME Content Fee
December 3 12:30 pm Eastern  In-depth presentation of recruiting conditions for 2012-13 based on detailed information from employers.  Will cover projected hiring targets by degree level; highlight interest by academic discipline; review internship recruiting intentions and much more.  This session has been scheduled for those in the EDT and CDT zones. $125
December 10 3:00 pm Eastern In-depth presentation of recruiting conditions for 2012-13 based on detailed information from employers.  Will cover projected hiring targets by degree level; highlight interest by academic discipline; review internship recruiting intentions and much more.  This session has been scheduled for those in the MDT and PDT zones. $125

 

Regional Recruiting Trends 2012-2013

Date Content Fee
January 7 11:30 am Eastern Northeast US:  Will present in-depth recruiting report for the states in the middle Atlantic and Northeast region (essentially EACE). $110
January 8
1:00 pm Eastern
South-central US: Will present in-depth recruiting report for the states in the central and southern plains region (essentially the old SWACE). $110
January 9
12:30 Eastern
Midwest US: Will present in-depth recruiting report for the states in the Great Lakes and Upper Plains region (essentially MwACE) $110
January 15
1:00 pm Eastern
Southeast US: Will present in-depth recruiting report for the states in southeast region (essentially old SoACE). $110
January 16
3:00 pm Eastern
Western US: Will present in-depth recruiting report for the states in the Rocky Mountain and west coast region (essentially MPACE). $110

 

Special Topics

Date Content Fee
October 8 11:30 am Eastern Corporate Partnerships: Affiliates to Deep Investors.  Provides benchmarks on the types of corporate or organizational investments being arranged with career services offices; examines reasons for such programs; success of these programs in meeting hiring targets. $90
November 2 3:00 pm Eastern Career Fairs: We Love Them! We Hate Them! But can we do without them! Examines a decade of information on career fairs as a strategic recruiting tool; presents responses from a recent employer survey; discusses some of the changes employers would like to see to improve ROI. $90
February 11 3:00 pm Eastern International Students: H1Bs and Recruiting. Pressures increase with more international students enrolled in US institutions for internships, H1B visas and full-time employment.  Results from two recent employer surveys on recruiting and H1B request will be discussed. $90
March 4
3:00 pm Eastern
Employer’s Perspective on Internships. Discussion will focus on trends in unpaid internships; importance of internships in hiring process; number and length of internships that employers expect. $90
April 12
3:00 pm Eastern
Non-traditional Students (Adult Learners) and Career Planning. Nearly all the career literature that focuses on career orientation and transition expectations deals with traditional age students.  Niki Perkins from Baker College will join this discussion to share results from a national study of non-traditional students and their approach to career planning and transition into the workplace. $90
May 6
3:00 pm Eastern
SASS-IN Part I. A futuristic look at the new theories of career services and college recruiting.  SASS-IN stands for surplus, agent, spanner, system, immunity and networks.  In this presentation will discuss the impact cognitive surplus (co-creation) is having on recruiting and the type of individual that is needed in a co-creating world. $90

 

Webinar Packages

Option 1: National Trends, one Regional Trends and three Special Topics    $405 (save $100) 

Option 2: Two Regional Trends seminars and three Special Topics               $395 (save $95)

Option 3: Five Special Topics                                                                              $360 (save $90) 

Option 4: Five seminars of your choice                                                               $425 

Option 5: Eleven seminars (National, 5 Regional and 5 Special Topics)         $850
(receive the 6th Special Topics seminar free – total savings $275)

 

To register for CERI webinars with either credit card or check (with invoice), please follow this link and click on the participant registration button for Collegiate Employment Research Institute webinars: https://msu-csm.symplicity.com/events