Goodwin College is pleased to announce that placement coordinator Stephanie Hertz has been accepted to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Inclusion Committee.
Established in 1956, NACE connects more than 7,600 college career services professionals at nearly 2,000 colleges and universities nationwide, along with 3,000 university relations professionals, recruiting specialists, and the business affiliates who serve the educational community.
Hertz applied to serve on the NACE Inclusion Committee in January 2017 and received her acceptance in March 2017. The Committee provides strategies for inclusion in the profession, the membership and the NACE organization. She will join a team of 27 representatives from a variety of businesses and higher education institutions and will provide expertise and direction to strengthen inclusion-focused educational programs, content development and membership activities throughout the year.
Of this distinction, Hertz said, “I am hopeful that this opportunity will foster innovative ideas for inclusion-based programming for Goodwin’s increasingly diverse student and graduate community.”
Goodwin College’s Career Services team has a number of progressive programs and services designed to connect students and graduates with the individuals, resources, and organizations that lead them to achieving their career aspirations. Career development guidance includes
- Individual career counseling
- Help with navigating Career Central Network job portal
- Assistance with resume and cover letter writing and review
- Mock interviews
- Job search assistance
- Career fairs
- Career assessments
- Employer networking events
For more information on Career Services at Goodwin College, visit https://www.goodwin.edu/career-services/.
Goodwin University is a nonprofit institution of higher education and is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE), formerly known as the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). Goodwin University was founded in 1999, with the goal of serving a diverse student population with career-focused degree programs that lead to strong employment outcomes.