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REGISTRATION & INFORMATION
Registration for the CSTM23 Annual Conference is now open.
CSTM Annual Conference usually includes three types of presentations - Cool Tools presentations, best practices & round table discussions.
Cool Tools presentations
o We want to hear in a short five-minute presentation or demo about new platforms, tools, and technologies that you are using to enhance or scale your work in career services.
o Example: Here is an example of a Cool Tools presentation previously presented at CSTM.
Best Practices presentations
o You will have 10 minutes to share how you put technologies to work for you. We want to hear about how you leverage new or common systems, tools, or use platforms in a new way to solve a problem, improve your work, or make life easier.
o Here is an example of a Best Practices presentation previously presented at CSTM.
Community Guidelines and Standards
St. Francis College
Texas A&M University - San Antonio
Thomas Jefferson University
St. Francis College
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Past Event -
2020 CSTM RoundTable Topics
Generating exciting email marketing campaigns
Making a better newsletter
Best practices and tools for getting your messages read
The latest and greatest in programming
In-person vs. online programming
Increasing event engagement
Seat at the Table:
Social media ambassadors and takeovers
Surveying students using social media
This is a free event for event participants (Thanks to sponsors!) However, we are limiting two people from each office and a maximum of 8 people per institution to participate in this event.
We do not have any hotel blocks for this conference. Here are some of the nearby hotels near St. Francis College:
Hilton Brooklyn - 140 Schermerhorn Street
ACE Hotel - 252 Schermerhorn Street
Holiday Inn Brooklyn - 300 Schermerhorn Street
NU Hotel Brooklyn - 85 Smith Street
Hotel INDIGO - 229 Duffield Street
Sheraton Brooklyn - 228 Duffield Street
ALOFT Brooklyn - 216 Duffield Street
Even Hotel - 46 Nevins Street
Marriott Brooklyn Bridge - 333 Adams Street
Hampton Inn Brooklyn - 125 Flatbush Ave
We do not offer any discounted parking for this event. Street parking is very limited. Here are some of the nearby parking lots:
Edison ParkFast - 160 Livingston Street
Cielo Garage @Schermerhorn - 189 Schermerhorn Street
Icon Parking - 197 Schermerhorn Street
Bridge Street Parking - 388 Bridge Street
Park Kwik - 110 Livingston Street
Edison NY Parking - 70 Schermerhorn Street
Edison ParkFast - 92 Livingston Street
Icon Parking - 387 Bridge Street
Icon Parking - 100 Willoughby Street
More information will be provided as we get closer to the event.