Campuses and employers are learning to understand the importance of inclusive spaces, events, and language, but are these inclusion efforts resulting in a sense of belonging for the students? To help us answer that question as we enter the 2022-2023 academic year, CDPI (Career Development Professionals of Indiana) and CCCC (College Career Center Consortium of Indiana) are joining forced to continue the ongoing series "Fostering Diversity, Equity, and Belonging through Career Development."
Six-session are planned for the year with speakers and discussions about underserved student populations, including Latinx, International, Queer, Black, Veterans, and First Generation students. Each session will have:
These sessions will be geared toward equipping coaches, advisors, student workers, and other campus staff or faculty with the skills and resources they need to serve these populations.
Join us on September 20th from 9:00 to 10:30 AM as Steven Jones, Director of the Malcolm X Institute of Black Studies and the Dean for Professional Development at Wabash College, opens the series for the year with a conversation regarding the state and necessity of equity work in career development.
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BONUS: At this session, CDPI and CCCC will also introduce details regarding the Certificate of Career Development Equity and Belonging being piloted this year. Certificates of completion will be available for participants who attend 5 out of 6 of the planned events this year; more details provided during the opening session.
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