CONFERENCE WORKSHOP INFORMATION:It is the intent of the Conference Planning Committee to design the conference workshops to meet the needs of: newcomers to the field, experienced practitioners, two- and four-year institutions, government agencies, non-profit organizations, human resource professionals, and professionals in recruitment, human resources, talent management, and related fields.
*** The selection committee recommends highly engaging and interactive presentations!
• Most workshop sessions are one hour • Popular sessions may be repeated• Workshops will be held in meetings rooms set up in theater style unless alternative seating requested• Presenters should prepare handouts for all conference attendees • If attending other workshops, workshop presenters must register for the conference.
YOUR POTENTIAL AUDIENCE:Your audience may contain any of the following roles: Employment & career professionals in the areas of employment services, job development/placement, one-stop centers, disability services, human resources, and recruitment. Professionals attending CPA conferences typical represent 2yr CA Community Colleges, 4yr UC/CSU’s/Private, Government, Non-Profit, and other Agencies/Organizations.
TOPICS WE'RE SEEKING:*Personal Development and Stress Management *Resume Writing for those with no experience *Multiculturalism/Diversity in the Workplace *Resume Writing for the 21st Century *Social Networking *Candidate Mining on the Internet *Barriers to Employment *How to Motivate and Stay Motivated *Job Placement Tracking/Outcomes *Job Retention *Best Practices in Placement of Individuals with Disabilities *Labor Market Information *Work-Based Learning/Internships *Online Applications/Resumes *Employment Law *Clean or Green Jobs – Recruitment/Placement *Job Development *Job Placement *WIOA *Interviewing Techniques *One-Stop Shops *Student Learning, Assessment, and Outcomes *Employment Recruiting *Business Attire and Professional Etiquette *Trends in Technology affecting job seekers *Coaching Students/Clients Entering Future Job Market *Nuts and Bolts of Job Placement *Trends in Technology for Career Services Offices *Working with Veterans
Presenters may be responsible to provide technology and equipment for their session including: laptop, projector, slide clicker, speakers, etc.