ABOUT THE CSTM ONLINE COMMUNITY

 
 

Save the Date!
CSTM23 Annual Conference (In-Person)
January 12 & 13, 2023
St. Francis College in Brooklyn, NY

 

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Engage in civil, productive, and respectful conduct and discussion with all members. Each member has the right to participate in this community free of discrimination, harassment, bullying, and/or intimidation, either in an overt manner or via micro-aggression(s).

Keep discussion topics to those pertaining to the use of technology tools and related strategies in the fields of Career Services or University Recruiting.

Share knowledge, insight, and/or anecdotes about tools/products used, but refrain from proactively soliciting other specific members to purchase goods or services. The exception to this point is if a member is a vendor whose product is directly relevant to the discussion topic.​

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Respond to any inappropriate behavior observed or experienced in the Community by reporting said behavior to the moderator team. 

Understand that members found to be in violation of these guidelines may, depending on the severity of the behavior, be given a warning by the moderator team or removed from the Community.

Respect that while members may share their information in order to continue conversations outside of the Community, any discussion that continues off-line after beginning in this Community should abide by the same guidelines outlined above.

REGISTRATION & INFORMATION

Stay tuned for our upcoming events.

Registration for the CSTM23 Annual Conference will be available in September 2022.

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.

 

Planning
Team

Community Guidelines and Standards

Amy Drakesmith
St. Francis College

Chris Miciek
Thomas Jefferson University

Gerald Tang

St. Francis College

Kaitlyn Weiss

Rutgers University 

Patrick Young
NJIT

Interested in helping us plan this event? 

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

 

Programming:
  • 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

 

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