Midwest ACE Webinars

Midwest ACE places education and knowledge at the forefront of member benefits. Not only do our members receive opportunities to boost their skill sets and those of their team during the Regional ACE webinars, they can show off their knowledge of the industry during one of Midwest ACE's webinars.


The Midwest ACE Professional Development Committee is devoted to providing members with information that impacts their industry. In order to share the value of Midwest ACE with industry leaders and prospective members, webinars will be available to both members and non-members. Members can register to attend for free and non-members will be charged a $30 fee.


Upcoming Webinars

HOT TOPIC Discussion - Transitioning to Virtual Career Services & Recruiting 

Friday, April 3, 2020
11:00 am - 12:00 pm Eastern/10:00 am Central

Description:

Four virtual experts in career development and recruiting will share their invaluable insights about working in a remote environment and delivering services. Ask pertinent questions in a shared learning community as we look to support one another during these uncertain times. 

Outcomes:

  • Learn how to most effectively transition to and deliver remote career services to both students and employers 
  • Understand recruiting hiring perspectives and strategies during this time 
  • Share questions and concerns with other practitioners about existing in a remote work world.

Panelists:

Flore Dorcely-Mohr, Berkeley College

Senior Director, Career Services Online/Paramus

Flore Dorcely-Mohr is Senior Director of Career Services at Berkeley College Online and Paramus campuses, leading partially remotely. She has over 10 years of remote work experience first for a boutique NY executive headhunter, then later as an Adjunct at Colorado Technical University. At Berkeley, she works with remotely working students, interns and employers worldwide and at her home-based business, Career Resources, LLC she has worked with several remote clients since inception. Flore has been quoted on The Huffington Post, The Ladders, Forbes, and Yahoo Finance. She has also conducted several conference presentations about managing a virtual career center. 

 

Tiffany Manning, Purdue University Global
Team Lead Employer Partnerships

Tiffany Manning is a Career Advisor and Employer Relations specialist with eight years of experience assisting non-traditional college graduates to meet their career goals. Tiffany has mastered the art of sourcing talent for top industry leaders within the healthcare field. By maintaining a firm knowledge of recruitment strategies, industry trends, and networking best practices, she believes that every candidate can obtain their highest level of career progression.

Tiffany regularly attends organizational workshops and recruitment events. She has successfully coached career professionals on the art of employer relations and student engagement. Also, Tiffany has had the honor to present at national conferences on transitional skills for military veterans and internal career advancement strategies.

 

Faith Rothberg, College Recruiter
Chief Executive Officer

For three decades, Faith has been involved in strategic development and technology, from managing business units with large corporations, to consulting with large and small businesses and finally running her own business with her partner and husband, Steven Rothberg, at College Recruiter. Faith is known for her ability to envision long-term, strategic solutions as well as her skill in managing technology in the fast-paced world of the Internet and her strong relationship skills allowing her to manage people well.

Faith has always strived for balance in her life. She left the large corporate world as her family grew. She first joined her husband as the Vice President of their business. In that role, she was involved in all of the strategic decisions but not day-to-day operations. In 2011, as their children grew older, she started working full-time as Chief Executive Officer. In that role, she shares responsibilities in strategic, financial and human resource decisions. In addition, she heads up the technology side of the company.

 

Katie D. Scheuer, Workplaceless
Career Coach, Learning Designer, & Facilitator

Katie D. Scheuer is a career coach, learning designer and facilitator. At Workplaceless, Katie trains companies, leaders and teams on sustainable remote work best practices. She also coaches individuals on career and professional development privately and with Temple University. She has an MSEd in Higher Education from Penn, and dual BS degrees from Penn State.

Past Webinars

Midwest ACE Webinar: Jobs in Tech 101: Career Pathways for People Who Don't Code

Monday, February 10, 2020
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Eastern/12:00 pm Central

Description:

You've heard that tech is full of opportunities, but you have a lot of questions. In this hour, we set out to answer them, translate insider lingo, and clarify different paths to opportunity for folks who don't code. Hear directly from Sara Croft, Product Partner at InnovateMap (Art History Major) and Sam Clark, Customer Success Manager at ViralLaunch (International/Global Studies Major) on how they use their skills to create value in the tech industry! 

Presenters:

Sara Croft, Product Partner at InnovateMap

Sara brings 10 years of marketing experience to Innovatemap, where she listens to business objectives and crafts marketing strategies and plans to achieve those goals.  Her marketing career started in nonprofit work, where she focused on building communities to drive fundraising and brand awareness, primarily through content marketing and social media. That mission-driven passion led her to TechPoint, a nonprofit tech accelerator in Indiana, where she launched a digital marketing platform TechPoint Index, refreshed the company brand, and developed a sophisticated, agile marketing team to support the business needs. Outside of marketing the company, Sara advised nearly 200 Indiana startups, scale-ups, and tech-enabled companies on how to promote the launch of their business and product, build thought-leadership and announce a capital raise.

Sam Clark, Customer Success Manager at ViralLaunch

After 5+ year's experience in hospitality management, Sam entered the Indy tech scene in 2018 by becoming a member of the Viral Launch team, which works with entrepreneurs and brands to grow their Amazon businesses. As a Customer Success Manager, he works with his teammates to provide stellar results and resources to clients, who range in size from small mom-and-pop operations to enterprise-level businesses. When not in the office, this cinephile and cat dad loves to explore new cities and sample the local cuisine and libations.  

 

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