Online Programs


Webinars are free for ACSN members or $25 for non-members. If you are not yet a member, you can join during registration. For more information, contact Melissa Turk, VP of Programming, at mt[email protected]. 

ACSN Webinar | Alumni and Employment in a COVID Economy: Helping Identify Opportunities
Tuesday, March 9, 2021 | 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm ET 

(Free for ACSN members; $25 for non-members) Register Now!>>

Monthly job reports continue to show high numbers of unemployment with no end in sight. As graduates continue to be laid off, furloughed or lose employment, institutions can build and deepen relationships by assisting in graduates’ job searches, in upskilling or reskilling. During this presentation, we’ll discuss recent survey findings around alumni engagement and career support and how timely, aggregated data linking experience to potential careers can help graduates in their career exploration or job search.

Learning Outcomes: 

  • Apply recent survey data that highlights the level of interest of alumni in engaging with their alma mater and their interest in career support to adjust offerings and deepen relationships.
  • See how access to current labor market data can be used to advise and support alumni undergoing employment disruption.
  • Identify opportunities to help alumni identify skills and experiences and inform their career search.

About the Presenters
Join Anthology (previously iModules) leaders for this session. 

Dr. Mirko Widenhorn,  Senior Director of Engagement Strategy works closely with customers on engagement scoring and related opportunities. He has over 11 years within higher education, serving as Director of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving at Wilkes University. Mirko is a Drew University graduate and recently completed his Ed.D. in higher education administration at Wilkes University, focusing on whether giving differs based on participation in different types of alumni programming. 

Adam Hopkins spent 17 years in higher education, in Admissions, and in collaboration with departments across campus implementing and training of various solutions. Currently, much of Adam’s focus has centered around enablement and support of both CRM and Workforce Analytics solutions. Adam’s primary areas of interest include enhancing operational efficiencies, data management and solution optimization.   

ACSN Webinar | Powering Beyond Your Own Resistance
Thursday, March 25, 2021 | 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm ET 

(Free for ACSN members; $75 for non-members) Register Now!>>

In this workshop, Jenn Tardy, Career Coach + Diversity Recruitment Trainer, explores the topic of resistance: what it is, how it manifests, and how it fuels unconscious bias. In addition, she unpacks how resistance affects our ability as alumni career services professionals to lean into topics related to diversity and inclusion. The goal of this workshop is to show participants how to identify their own personal resistance and find healing so that each can fully lean into supporting historically underrepresented populations while on their job search. 

ACSN is offering time after the webinar to debrief in smaller groups. We hope that you’ll stay on to connect with fellow attendees.

About the Presenter

Jenn Tardy owns and operates Jennifer Tardy Consulting (JTC) which is a diversity recruitment consulting organization in Maryland. Through her #CareerSuccess coaching programs for job seekers and #HiringSuccess diversity training programs for hiring leaders, she is on a mission to make it easy for recruiters and historically underrepresented job seekers to meet and forge career success.  Jenn has over 15 years of experience in HR and recruiting with multiple DEI certifications. She was recently named a LinkedIn Top Voice in job search and was a recent recipient of the James Rouse Diversity Award Winner.  


Product Demos

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Archived Programs

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