Midwest ACE Webinars

Midwest ACE places education and knowledge at the forefront of member benefits. Not only do our members receive opportunities to boost their skill sets and those of their team during the Regional ACE webinars, they can show off their knowledge of the industry during one of Midwest ACE's webinars.


The Midwest ACE Professional Development Committee is devoted to providing members with information that impacts their industry. In order to share the value of Midwest ACE with industry leaders and prospective members, webinars will be available to both members and non-members. Members can register to attend for free and non-members will be charged a $30 fee.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   
Upcoming Webinars
There are no upcoming webinars at this time. We will notify membership when a new webinar has been scheduled! In the meantime check out our past recorded webinars below.

                                                                                                                              

Past Webinars

Navigating Student Resumes and Applicant Tracking Systems in Uncertain Times 

Friday, May 8, 2020
1:00 pm - 12:00 pm Eastern/11:00 am Central

Description:
In these times of economic uncertainty and rising unemployment, new grads are facing many challenges to employment. In this webinar hosted by the University Partnerships team at Jobscan, We’ll share insights on how to navigate applicant tracking systems (ATS) in these difficult times.

 Objectives:

  • Identify if an organization uses an applicant tracking system
  • Understand the benefits and drawbacks to ATS
  • Learn how to help your students navigate their applications

 Presenters:

 Amanda Rubenstein, Jobscan 
University Partnerships Manager
Amanda is responsible for launching all things B2B at Jobscan. Prior to Jobscan, Amanda led business development at Openbox, an innovation and design consultancy in NYC specializing in education. Amanda has worked with clients like Black Girls CODE, City College of New York, Institute of Design, and 100kin10, and more. Amanda earned her BA in English and Dance from Skidmore College.

 

 

 

Collins Marshall, Jobscan 
University Partnerships Manager
Collins grew up in Atlanta, GA and graduated college with a degree in Finance. He spent about ten years in the financial industry between research and customer-facing roles, and decided to move over to Jobscan to help people on a much larger scale.

 

 

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