We invite you to consider the wide variety of Career Services Institute events this summer, low-cost “Drive-in” sessions ($99) on the West Coast. The CSI faculty encourage you to take advantage of these opportunities to build your skills and networks, while renewing your commitment to serving students and employers.

This year’s theme:Taking Control of our Future: Empowering Ourselves and Inspiring Others.” – This year’s CSI will be looking at how we empower ourselves in a multicultural world, while utilizing our leadership qualities to inspire colleagues and students towards successful enterprises. Learn and share how your personal commitment impacts your work with students, alumni, faculty, and employers, as well as staff in your office and on-campus.

Monday, August 5, 2013
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

Wednesday, August 7, 2013
University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

Friday, August 9, 2013
Seattle University, Seattle, WA

To Register, click here.

For more details, click here.

The Career Services Institute (CSI) is a one-of-a-kind, low cost professional development opportunity for career center staff, in any capacity and at any level. Since 1997, over 1,200 career services staff members have attended CSI in order to gain exposure to innovative new services and programs, benchmark with colleagues, and develop a lasting network of peers from around the country.

 

Click here for Career Services Institute East - NYU-DC | Washington, D.C.

Past Participants


"This experience renews & reaffirms my purpose in our wonderful profession!"


"Thank you – well organized, thoughtfully constructed for a wide range of professionals."


"Great, affordable professional development opportunity! Thank you!"


"The sessions were great! It is so helpful to be in a room with colleagues who understand the unique role we play."


"For a new person in the role of employer relations...I found the breakout sessions and speaker to be very informative. I walked away with new resources, friends, and ideas."