NCDA Webinar Series

NCDA presents at least three webinars each year on topics of deep significance to members and those involved in the field of career development. Please note dates of up-coming webinars (listed first) and follow the link for additional information and to register for the event. Webinars without dates are previously recorded and are available for viewing anytime at no cost, at your convenience. For more information about each webinar, click on the title below, or, for registration questions contact All webinars are copyrighted by NCDA - please view our Legal Disclaimer.

Need Continuing Education Hours (CEs)?

CE's are required for credential holders and Registry Instructors. Gaining approved CEs is as easy as 1-2-3 with NCDA!  Earn Continuing Education (CE) credit by watching recorded NCDA Webinars for only $35 for members (or $50 for non-members) to receive 1 contact hour.  Simply view the webinar and register online to obtain your certificate.

NCDA's Discounted CE Webinar Package

Remember, all pre-recorded NCDA webinars are free for viewing at anytime at your convenience, and registration is required if you want CE's. Now, as part of NCDA's response to COVID-19, CEs for watching a group of webinars are available at a discounted price (Members: $35 for 1; $65 for 2; $80 for 3; Non-members $50 for 1; $80 for 2; $100 for 3). Watch 1, 2, or 3 webinars (using the link to the recording in the list below), then purchase CE's by registering here:

Register for discounted CE Webinar Package



Enhancing Career and College Readiness Self-Efficacy of Children and Adolescents

Monday, October 25, 2021

Ethics in the Pandemic: What to Keep in Mind

Members of the NCDA Ethics Committee

Bridging United Nations Sustainable Development Goals with Career & Life Planning

Presented by: The NCDA Global Connections Committee

Partners Working to Get The Trajectory Right: Career Development From Kinder to Workforce

Presented by: Ed Hidalgo, Saki Dodelson, Peter Callstrom, Ian Martin, and David Miyashiro

Filling the Career Development Pipeline from a DEI Lens

Presented by Cheryl Love, Ruben Britt, Christian Chan and Lynette Correa-Velez

The Threads of Hope-Action Theory and Practice

Presented by: Norman Amundson, Andrea Fruhling, Hyung Joon Yoon, and Spencer Niles

Career One Stop - Career Counseling through a Pandemic

Presented by Kelly Tanner

Career Development Beyond Job Titles: How K-12 is Using Challenges to Prepare Students for an Exciting Future

Presented by JP Michel

Preventing and Transforming Career Burnout into Opportunity in the New Era of COVID-19

Presented by Ronda Ansted and Sheri Mahaney

Holistic Support for the Career Transition of International Students Returning Home in the Coronavirus Era and Beyond

Presented by: Members of the International Student Services Committee: Elif Balin, Sonia Liang, Xinrui (Rose) Xu

Integrating Career Development in the Early Grades

Presented by Ed Hidalgo

All Hands on Deck: Preparing Students for the Future of Work by Building Partnerships with All Stakeholders

Presented by Rebecca Dedmond and Steven Myers

US Department of Labor Open & Free Online Resources for Career Advisors

Presented by: US Department of Labor Employment & Training Administration

Brain Based Career Development (BBCD): The Neuroscience Coaching Approach That Helps Clients Take Action

Presented by: Imants Jaunarajs, Jodi Pavol, Zach McGrain and Marcquis Parham

Helping Clients Cope with Bias During the Job Search Process

Presented by Lakeisha Mathews

Assessing and Addressing the Career Development Needs of Military Service Members and Veterans

Presented by Dr. Seth C.W. Hayden

Career Exploration & Search for the LGBTQI Community

Presented by John Long and Christian Chan

Ethical Decision Making: Putting Ethics into Practice

Presented by: Keley Smith-Keller, Ed.D.

Best Practices Working with International Students

Group Career Counseling: Principles and Practices

Presented by Dr. Richard Pyle