NASPA
2019 NASPA Annual Conference

Developing Short-Term and Cost-Effective Cohort Based Career Development Programs Customized for Underrepresented Student Groups (ID 23)

Two student affairs professionals at different public research institutions will present this session. The presenters will share career development programs that can be customized and cost-effective for underrepresented student groups including undocumented students, transfer students, students of color, LGBTQ+ students, veteran students, foster youth and more. The presenters will highlight strategies and challenges in the implementation of career development programs, while acquiring tangible tools and resources that are inclusive of all students.

When

Monday, March 11
8:00 am to 8:50 am

Where

306 AB
LA Convention Center

Presented by

Diana Valdivia, Undocumented Student Services Coordinator, University of California-Santa Barbara
Myra Fernandez, Career Specialist, University of California-Merced