CCWT hosts and offers a variety of speaking engagements related to improving career outcomes for students! This page is a searchable repository for all of CCWT’s recorded events.
Thousands of students engage in experiential learning every year, yet institutions vary in how they prepare students for these experiences. In this webinar, you will reflect on how your institution prepares students for experiential learning and evaluate what resources are available to staff, faculty, and students related to sexual harassment and microaggressions. Participants will gain understanding of their liability and responsibilities related to student safety by previewing a brand new, fully virtual, highly engaging training titled, “Safety and Empowerment for Experiential Learning: Professional Behavior and Appropriate Boundaries.” Developed by University of Wisconsin-Parkside in partnership with Universities of Wisconsin and Dynamic Training Resources, this training will improve equity for students engaged in experiential learning and equips students with the knowledge and tools to advocate for their own and others’ safety and well-being in professional spaces. UW-Parkside generously makes this resource accessible by offering it at flexible pricing (free for Universities of WI schools).
Introduction to Tune In to Strive Out Facilitator Training
This 20-minute on-demand training is designed for postsecondary educators, advisors, and administrators in academic and career services, health services, student organizations, student support services, and diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. The workshop is led by members of the Tuned in Labs team housed within CCWT. Our team consists of faculty and students in counseling and vocational psychology who have published widely on career development and mental health among individuals from diverse and underrepresented groups.
Undergraduate Research Program Experiences and Outcomes – Daniel Corral
Join Dr. Daniel Corral as he describes his findings from a recent systematic review of undergraduate research experiences, or UREs. Hosted by UW Madison’s CCWT.
Redefining Success: When Students in College Transition Programs Choose to Leave – Dr. Mun Yuk Chin & Dr. Moi Padilla
This webinar re-examines dominant assumptions of student success and the methods we use to support students who are contemplating leaving college.