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  • Check out the TPE YouTube Channel for videos, webinars, and other resources to assist candidates and employers in the job search, recruitment and selection, and career development process! Past sessions include:
    Reflections of a Virtual Search (Candidates and Employers)
    Navigating the Search during a Pandemic
    Working at an International Institution
    JumpStart your Job Search (4 part series)
    Job Search 101
    Resume 101
    Navigating TPE on a Budget
    Candidate Orientation
    Navigating TPE with a Marginalized Identity

  • Get Ready. Get Set. Go to #TPE22

    Calling all employers! Come connect with other Employers to discuss the initial logistics of #TPE22 and hear about recruitment efforts currently happening.  We know this session will begin helping create a digital space for all #TPE22 employers.

  • Previously Recorded, “Register” link goes to recording. Avoiding interview bias is an important part of the recruitment, selection and on-boarding process of new staff to an institution.  Creating an effective and efficient process is key to ensuring interview bias does not misrepresent any job position.

  • This session will give a general overview of the job search process, particularly in response to the current higher education employment landscape.  Participants will learn from current practioners int he field about current hiring trends in Student Affairs, with a focus on job search strategies for anyone planning on going through a job search in the upcoming year.

    This series, geared towards 2nd-year graduate students, will provide a “jumpstart” to the job search process. Sessions will provide practical tips for job search readiness to help participants stand out among other candidates.

  • “So, tell me about yourself? How would you add value to this job? To the Department? Ito the nstitution?” This important session will help participants reflect on how they add value to positions and the profession, with practical strategies as to how to best articulate that value throughout the job search process. Often, strong candidates are unable to properly showcase their value, or explain how their experience would benefit the position to which they are applying.  This session will help job seekers think about what they need to do to stand out in all stages of their job search.

    This series, geared towards 2nd-year graduate students, will provide a “jumpstart” to the job search process. Sessions will provide practical tips for job search readiness to help participants stand out among other candidates.

  • A well-done job search is not unlike a well-done student/campus program. You wouldn’t implement a new initiative on campus without proper planning or including other people in the process. Yet, most people enter the job search and start applying without prior planning or making the right connections. It’s only October, but now is the time to start the job search planning process. This session will focus on the often-overlooked elements of the job search including: making connections to people (who, how, where, why?), strategies for researching positions and organizing a job search, reflecting on “for now” and longer-term goals, and creating an action plan around fill experience gaps over the next few months.

    This series geared towards 2nd-year graduate students will provide a “jumpstart” to the job search process. Sessions will provide practical tips for job search readiness to help participants stand out among other candidates.

  • This panel session will include a mix of recent candidates and employers to provide insight into different types of opportunities based on functional area, institution type, geographic locations, etc. and how and how to best navigate the job search for a particular interest area.  Hear from panelists who found positions in various types of roles, including those that differed from their graduate practicum.

    This series, geared towards 2nd-year graduate students, will provide a “jumpstart” to the job search process. Sessions will provide practical tips for job search readiness to help participants stand out among other candidates.