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John Bradac, Director of Career Services presented two conference sessions at the annual conference of the Eastern Association of Colleges and Employers (EACE), held in Portland ME this past June.

The first entitled, "Why is my 'Crazy Director' asking me to do these things?: Effectively serving students while balancing the ever changing landscape of career services in higher education today,"  was lead by Bradac in conjunction with nationally recognized colleagues Dr. Mark Presnell (Johns Hopkins University) and Ms. Nancy Dudak (Villanova University).  The session was well attended and highly rated by conference attendees.   The second entitled, "Moving On Up: Aspiring to Leadership," was co-presented with Ms. Maria Stein of Northeastern University and discussed issues relevant to professionals seeking to become directors of career centers.

Congratulations, John, and thank you for your many contributions to the career development field!

About EACE:

The Eastern Association of Colleges and Employers (EACE) develops educational programs and services, and facilitates connections and interaction between employers who seek to hire college students & alumni, the career services personnel who serve those students, and the associate members who serve the profession.

 

 

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