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Get in the Game! Winter 2010 Drive-in Conference: Call for Proposals

Friday, March 26, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Reserve your spot today for the ICICE Winter Drive-In Conference 2010 on Friday, March 26 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Midwest ISO in Carnel, IN. Registration is $45 for early registration and $55 for regular registration. Register here. The regualar registration is deadline is March 19.

ICICE is currently accepting presentation proposals. Topics of interest may include:

  • Creating a comprehensive internship program
  • Interns as "key players" in your organization's teams
  • Teaching interns to be integral players
  • Networking for everyone!
  • Student's perspectives on making the best of their internships
  • Career development models and opportunities
  • Demonstration of applicant tracking systems - What Career Services personnel and applicants need to know
  • Emerging trends in recruiting and hiring
  • Students' perspectives on making the best of their internships
  • Best practices in Career Services (workshops, career fairs, information sessions)

Presentations should be 45-50 minutes. Complete the proposal form (Word ".doc" format, 40 KB) and submit it to Beverly Radloff by February 19, 2010. Email to bfradlof@iupui.edu or fax to 317-274-4567.

In addition, we are looking for volunteers to facilitate unstructured roundtable discussions on a variety of topics (your choice!) or on presentation of best practices.

For more information, click here.

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