CCSA Fall 2017 Meeting
November 17, 2017, 8:30am – 5pm

Regis University, Denver, CO

(registration link below)

8:30 – 9am: Arrival and Breakfast
9:00 – 9:30am: Welcome
9:30 – 10:30am: Morning PanelPreparing Students to Face a Changing World of Work: Lessons from Outside Academia
   Panelists include:
•    Gretchen Morgan
        President, CareerWise Colorado
•    Cali Harris
        Managing Director of Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Design, Deming Center for Entrepreneurship, Leeds        School of Business, CU Boulder
•    Juan Portilla
        Owner/Front End Developer, gooWee, LLC
•    Barb Garrison
        Career & Money Breakthrough Coach & “Job-You-Love” Expert
10:30 – 10:45am: Break
10:45 – 11:50am: Deep Dive Sessions (Choose one to attend during each session) - Engage with our morning panelists as they lead small group discussions exploring their area of expertise in greater depth. 
           Session 1: 10:45 – 11:15
           Session 2: 11:20-11:50
11:50am – 1:15pm: Lunch, Tours and Networking
1:15 – 1:30pm: Business Meeting
1:30 – 2:30pm: Expand Your Professional Toolbox: Best practices from across CCSA (Choose one to attend during each session) 
Colleagues from member CCSA schools are developing tools and strategies to improve their practice. Learn from your peers and walk away with new tools and strategies to implement. 
Presenters scheduled:
•    Sarah Rosenbaum, Leeds School of Business, CU Boulder
        Help students learn tell their story in more meaningful ways
•    Katie McCue, Regis University
        Develop a relationship with your Office of Diversity Affairs
•    Linda Faucheux, Naropa University
        Learn Simple Techniques from Contemplative Career Counseling
•    Lesley Bishop, CU Denver
       Using data to assess of internships
•    Heidi Perman, University of Denver
        Leverage alumni and faculty support for students
•    Jennifer Anderson, University of Denver
        Collect and track data to assessing outcomes
•    Deborah Yeung, Colorado State University
        Use best practices in event planning
•    Dylan Marks, CU Boulder
        Make the office mobile to engage with students across campus
2:35 – 2:45pm: Break
2:45 – 4pm: Discussing DACA: Working with students in a time of greater uncertainty
  Hans Meyer, Esq., Lead Attorney, The Meyer Law Office
•     Hans Meyer is the founder of the Meyer Law Office, P.C.  His practice specializes in immigration law and            removal defense, criminal defense and post-conviction relief, the immigration consequences of crimes, and        the civil rights of immigrants.  Hans advocates for the statutory and constitutional rights of immigrants before    various immigration agencies and state and federal courts, often against governmental and institutional              abuses of power.  He is a former trial attorney with the Colorado State Public Defender, where he became an    expert in the field of crimmigration law and developed a statewide immigration advisement system for                indigent noncitizen defendants.  Hans also served as the former Director of Public Policy for the Colorado          Immigrant Rights Coalition, where he focused on local, state, and national immigration policy.
4pm – 5pm: Networking Reception
       Wrap-up the day and join your colleagues for drinks and appetizers!

Fall 2017 Meeting At Regis University

Registration fee for our Fall 2017 Meeting at Regis University.  Price is per person attending the Fall 2017 Meeting

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