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November 13, 2020
8:30AM-12:30PM

Maine CDA Fall Workshop 2020

Life Design for Navigating Change: Re-Imagining the Career Experience in a Post COVID-19 World

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COVID-19 has been the impetus behind the rapid paradigm shifts we are
witnessing in education, career development, and the world of work.
These shifts are changing how people design their lives and careers,
how universities structure curricula and academic experience, and how
organizations hire and retain talent.

Based on his research and extensive experience at Johns Hopkins,
Stanford, Carnegie Mellon, and the University of Florida, Dr. Farouk
Dey shares future trends in higher education and the world of work,
how people and organizations can leverage the current context to
design new pathways, and inequities in life and career outcomes for
under-represented minorities that are largely due to the transactional
systems in higher education and talent acquisition.

In the new and evolving digital age, equity must be our ultimate
vision and outcome, scale should become our main value proposition,
data drives our decisions and resources, and the path to one’s life
purpose must transcend conventional transactional approaches in order
to be accessible to all regardless of background or social capital.

Presented by Dr. Farouk Dey, PhD, Vice Provost for Integrative Learning and Life Design
Johns Hopkins University

Cost:
Current Member: $25*
Non-Member: $35
Regional State CDA Member: $25
Graduate Student: $15

Not a member? Join or renew your membership: https://mcda37.wildapricot.org/

*To qualify for the member rate, you must log into your MCDA account.
You may either log in prior to registering, or you'll be prompted to
log into your account on the registration form (you can reset your
password from that page as well if you've never logged into your
account).

**You must join or renew your membership prior to registering for this
event in order to take advantage of the member rate.

***If you would like to register a group of people all at once, please
contact Hope Lanza, MCDA Co-Treasurer.

An e-mail containing the Zoom links will be sent to registrants closer
to the event date.

Questions or registration issues? Contact Haley Brown, MCDA Membership Chair

 

 

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2020-11-13 08:30:00 2020-11-13 12:30:00 America/Detroit Maine CDA Fall Workshop 2020 COVID-19 has been the impetus behind the rapid paradigm shifts we arewitnessing in education, career development, and the world of work.These shifts are changing how people design their lives and careers,how universities structure curricula and academic experience, and howorganizations hire and retain talent. Based on his research and extensive experience at Johns Hopkins,Stanford, Carnegie Mellon, and the University of Florida, Dr. FaroukDey shares future trends in higher education and the world of work,how people and organizations can leverage the current context todesign new pathways, and inequities in life and career outcomes forunder-represented minorities that are largely due to the transactionalsystems in higher education and talent acquisition. In the new and evolving digital age, equity must be our ultimatevision and outcome, scale should become our main value proposition,data drives our decisions and resources, and the path to one’s lifepurpose must transcend conventional transactional approaches in orderto be accessible to all regardless of background or social capital. Presented by Dr. Farouk Dey, PhD, Vice Provost for Integrative Learning and Life DesignJohns Hopkins University Cost:Current Member: $25*Non-Member: $35Regional State CDA Member: $25Graduate Student: $15 Not a member? Join or renew your membership: https://mcda37.wildapricot.org/ *To qualify for the member rate, you must log into your MCDA account.You may either log in prior to registering, or you'll be prompted tolog into your account on the registration form (you can reset yourpassword from that page as well if you've never logged into youraccount). **You must join or renew your membership prior to registering for thisevent in order to take advantage of the member rate. ***If you would like to register a group of people all at once, pleasecontact Hope Lanza, MCDA Co-Treasurer. An e-mail containing the Zoom links will be sent to registrants closerto the event date. Questions or registration issues? Contact Haley Brown, MCDA Membership Chair     virtual