#SACareer Blog Post Submission Guidelines
The Commission for Career Services seeks to examine and address the changing and diverse role of career development in higher education within a student development framework. Please consider contributing to the conversation by submitting a #SACareer blog post. If you are interested in contributing something, please sign up on our Google doc and/or contact Christina Lawson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Topics for submission can be anything career or career services related, including:
- Articles based on conference presentation
- Summations of LinkedIn Conversations
- Compilations of notable tweets about Career Services
- Book/article reviews related to career services
- Graduate student profiles (career path, conference interview experience and advice) from someone with experience going through “placement”
Sumbission need to include:
- Your 500-word blog post complete with suggested title.
- A short biography. Find comparisons in other #SACareer posts.
- A picture of yourself.
- A picture associated with your post with a reference to any outside source from where you’ve taken the photo.
- Any labels (searchable keywords) that you would like to associate with your post.
- Letter from the Chair
- Meet your Directorate
- Convention Teasers and Information
- Careers and Adulthood
- Convention 2011 Recaps
- One Small Step = A Big Adjustment
- Book Reviews: A Counselor's Guide to Career Assessment Instruments (5th Ed.) and Guerilla Marketing for JOb Hunters 2.0: 1001 Unconventional Tips, Tricks and Tactics for Landing Your Dream Job
- Commission Events and Sponsored Programs at Balitimore 2010
- Transitions from a Graduate Student to a New Professional: Insight on a Successful First Year!
- Book Review: How to Market Career Development Programs and Services
- ACPA Boston Sponsored Program Summaries
- Career Central at Convention: An Insider's Perspective
- The Grad Student Perspective: ACPA Boston
- The Online Career Center: Building Opportunities for Comprehensive University Career Services
- Monograph Review: A Strength-Based Approach to Career Development Using Appreciative Inquiry
- Chaos Theory and Career Development
- Message from the Chair
- Campus Responses to the Economic Downturn
- Book Review: Teaching Career Development: A Primer for Instructors and Presenters
- Book Review: Developing and Managing Career Resources
- Message from the Chair
- My Career Path: A Director Profile
- Overcoming Career Decision Making Paralysis
- Millennials and the Job Search
- Jazz up Your Career Presentations!
- Career Counselor in Trouble: Freud to the Rescue
- Supervising Middle Managers
- Book Review of Group Career Counseling
- Director's' Profiles
- New Director's and Leads Listserv
- Atlanta 2008 Commission Sponsored Programs
- “Smart Moves” a Smart Choice for Career Services Professionals, Malcom C. Riley III, Career Advisor, Duke University
- Is there a Link Between Career Services and Higher Retention at Universities?, Martina M. Sternberg, M.Ed., Assistant Director, Career Services at The University of Texas at San Antonio & Anna Lisa Vargas, M.Ed, Career Counselor, The University of Texas at San Antonio
- Keeping Academic Advisors Informed, Brian Montalvo, M.S., Ed.S., NCC, Florida Atlantic University,
- Using Podcasts to Keep Millennial Students Informed, Matthew Nelson, Career Advisor, L&S/Human Ecology Career Services, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Graduate Student Perspective of ACPA, Yin Lu, UCLA Graduate Student
- Convention Placement and Career Services Committee Report, Farouk Day, University of Florida & Greg Iaccarino, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Wisdom from the Members of the Commission for Career Development, Ben Cudia, University of North Carolina-Charlotte & Shirley Rowe, University of Texas-San Antonio & Michael Cronk, Transylvania University
- Career Architecture: Preparing Students for Career Satisfaction, One Student at a Time, Jennifer L. Adcock (Koster), Villa Julie College
- Measuring the Skills Needed for Successful Transition to Work, John Liptak, Radford University
- Going Small: Making the Transition to a Small College, Mere Denton, Texas Women’s University & Katherine A. Case, Austin College
- Internships: A Key to Easing the Transition from Classroom to Boardroom, Erin Baker, Jackie Nameth & Sarah Sperry, Regional Internship Center of Southwestern PA
Spring/Summer 2005 (.pdf - 14KB)
- Emotional Intelligence and Success in the Workplace, John Liptak, Radford University
- Making the Most of Your Internship, Juliette McDonald, The Florida State University
- Portfolio Development for Career & Job Search
Success, Kathy Jordan and John Liptak,
- Commission for Career Development
Research Grant Report: Vocational Identity Among
Transfer Students: A Descriptive
Study Using the My Vocational Situation
Instrument, Tisha McCoy, James Madison University.
- Job & Life Rules to Follow, Marilyn J. Tellez,
Certified Career Coach