As the pandemic impacted the core structures and processes in the workplace, those changes have trickled down to an area of colleges and universities where many people in the workforce start their journeys: career services.

In this Virtual Forum, “How Technology Is Changing Career Services”, join The Chronicle as we explore how technology has impacted the work of those whose jobs focus on personal interactions with students.

Listen to our panel of college experts as they touch on questions that are determining what the future of career services will look like at institutions:

  • What aspects of emergency fixes, as a result of the pandemic, have become part of everyday operations and how are they being expanded?
  • As more employers explore virtual workplaces, how do career-service offices prepare students for that environment?
  • How are remote work and other technology-driven changing the roles and responsibilities within the office?

Register for this Virtual Forum and join us on Wednesday, July 26 at 2 p.m. ET.


Ian Wilhelm

Deputy Managing Editor
The Chronicle of Higher Education


Judy Anderson

Director of Career Readiness, College of Liberal Arts
University of Minnesota

Jennifer Lasater

Vice President, Student and Career Advancement
Purdue University Global

Jessamyn Perlus

Senior Associate Director, Cornell Career Services
Cornell University


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