Online Enrichment Webinar
"Career Discernment in Jesuit Student Affairs"
Thursday, March 30 (3:00 pm – 4:00 pm ET)
Join us for a webinar on navigating a career in Student Affairs with panelists from various Jesuit colleges and universities. Our expert panelists will share their insights and experiences on career planning, navigating and networking in student affairs, and the appeal of working at a Jesuit organization. You will have the opportunity to learn from their extensive knowledge and ask questions during a general Q&A session.
Whether you are just starting your career, looking to make a change, or wanting to hear from fellow JASPA colleagues about their professional experiences, this webinar is for you!
Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights and connect with JASPA professionals before the JASPA/NASPA annual conferences in Boston.
And if you are not planning to attend the conferences this year, we hope this online event helps meet some of your professional development needs!
The webinar will be recorded and made available to members of our network.
Dr. Jeffrey Jackson
Associate Provost for Career Development
Saint Louis University
Associate Dean of Students
Assistant Director, Orientation & Transition
The webinar will be held via the following zoom link:
Jean Griffin, JASPA Vice President for Online Enrichment
Xavier University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Propose a Webinar
Doing something new and different at your institution? Have a research topic you want to present findings of?
Why wait for our next gathering? Why not do it as a webinar?
To propose a webinar, contact the Vice President for Online Enrichment (Jean Griffin, Xavier University, email@example.com).
Here are some of JASPA's past Webinars:
- Civic Engagement Amid Division: A Jesuit Educator's Approach (October 26, 2022)
- Ignatian Education and Student Affairs (September 28, 2022)
- Jesuit Student Affairs: Finding Our Future Together (June 22, 2022)
- Meaning-Making in Jesuit Student Affairs Series (Fall Semester 2021)
- Mission-Based Commitment to Anti-Racism Series (Spring Semester 2021)
- Centering Hope in a Self-Care Practice (October 8, 2020)