The CSTM Planning Committee is hosting a virtual event on Wednesday, January 19, 2022!

Career Services Tech Hacks
Thursday, January 19, 2022; 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ET
See event descriptions and additional registration links below.

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Career Services Tech Hacks 
Wednesday, January 19 from 12:00-1:00 p.m. EST
Register here

Over the last nearly two years, many of us have quickly iterated solutions to hit moving targets. Let’s come together to share how we’ve adapted to work smarter as we face obstacles in hybrid campuses, lean teams, and evolving employer expectations.

Join us on Wednesday, January 19, 2022 from 12:00-1:00 p.m. EST for a session where together, we will find answers to our “burning” questions in today’s world of career services.


Before the session, we ask that you share your most salient questions via the registration form.

 For example …

“How do I share information about recruiting opportunities when students are disengaged from our current channels?”

“How do I create both in-person and virtual recruiting opportunities for students that are of equal quality?”

“How do I make information sharing across our teams more efficient given we’re carrying extra work right now?”

“Are Tik Tok, IG Live sessions, IG Reels worth the return on my time?”

What to expect at this session

We will review the questions and organize them ahead of our time together. Then before the session, we will share the most common questions via email with registrants (questions can remain anonymous). We ask that you review the questions and if you have a solution or perspective to offer, come to the session ready to share. During the session, we will facilitate crowdsourcing answers.  

We can also poll the group during our session. So, if you’d like to get a pulse on something, feel free to also drop that form of question into your registration. For example: Are you hosting on-campus interviews, only virtual interviews, or both?

Remember, if you have a question, it’s likely others have it too!



Community Guidelines and Standards

Eleanor Cartelli
Boston University

Amy Drakesmith

St. Francis College

Laurie Hollister
New York Institute of Technology

Abigail Stroup
Columbia University

Gerald Tang

St. Francis College

Kaitlyn Weiss
Rutgers University 

Contact Us via email at cstmconference@gmail.com

Past Event -
2020 CSTM RoundTable Topics
Email Engagement:
  • 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

  • Focus groups

  • Surveying students using social media



Our CSTM 2020 Sponsors
Elite Sponsors
Platinum Sponsors
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Gold Sponsors
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In Kind Sponsors

Career Centers of Temple University, Boston University, Rutgers University, NYIT, Baruch College, Hofstra University, Columbia University, and the Association of University Career Center Communications Professionals