Upcoming Webinars 

Wednesday, August 12, 2020 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Game Plan for Success: Navigate Your Summer and Make Meaningful Connections with Professionals

Join Helene Naftali, founder of oneTRUEzone, who will share her strategies for success when working with college students navigating their career development. Helene will go through the step-by-step Game Plan for Success, which shows students how to build their list of contacts, communicate with professionals in writing and in person, meet people working across all levels of different industries and sectors, ask the right questions, talk about themselves in a succinct and professional manner, and how to learn from professionals about careers that may not interest them. This webinar will give you great insight into how to maximize your students' success and how to encourage them to grow their personal network, especially during this global pandemic. The webinar will also include one of Helene's students, who will share what strategies have worked best for him and how he has stayed active in his professional growth during this time.


  • Helene Naftali, CEO, oneTRUEzone: Helene Naftali had a single ambition when she founded oneTRUEzone. She wanted to create a vehicle to empower college students to discover the career they were meant for, one that could lead to a life of happiness and professional fulfillment.Helene found a significant gap in the career services available to young adults, and one that she was more than able to fill. Her passionate concern for the success of each young person is fueled by many years as a practicing psychotherapist. Additionally, as Senior Vice President of Investments for a major financial services firm, Helene also has 25 years of experience in helping families and individuals plan their financial futures. Early in her financial career, Helene was responsible for setting up training for new advisers to show them how to increase their success rate in counseling families on their financial futures. While balancing motherhood and two careers, Helene went on to spearhead workshops guiding people that were considering financial careers on how to determine if their hearts and minds were in fact dedicated to this path. It was this experience that served as a wake-up-call for Helene that her oneTRUEzone is to reach out to the many young adults needing help in making college count, and in finding a career that will truly make them happy.As a compelling public speaker, Helene has given numerous motivational talks in educational and corporate settings on topics ranging from career planning to high finance. In light of Helene’s many successes, she remains modest and down to earth, and is very well respected in her community. Her genuine concern for the well being of the individual is her ever-present guiding light and passion. Her warmth and enthusiasm enable her to unlock the yearnings of young people, and help them find their oneTRUEzone. Helene holds a bachelor’s degree from SUNY Binghamton University, and also a Master’s Degree in Social Work from New York University. Helene, her husband and two daughters live in northern New Jersey.
  • Scott Appelman, Student, oneTRUEzone

Registration: This webinar is FREE for EACE members and $35 for non-members to join.

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Thursday, August 20, 2020 | 12:15 PM - 12:45 PM

Tech Talk: Social Media for Social Justice

As our country begins to more seriously address institutionalized injustices like anti-Black racism, many career services professionals confront the need to learn how these issues affect career development and how to help their students and employer partners identify and address them. In this EACE Tech Talk, find out how the University at Albany’s Tibisay Hernandez created a series of social media campaigns on key social justice reforms, and how your office could do the same.

Tibisay Hernandez, Assistant Director for Employer Relations, University at Albany 
Tibisay Hernandez is Assistant Director of Employer Relations at the University at Albany, State University of New York. She is a two time alumnus of the institution, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and a Masters in Curriculum Development and Instructional Technology. She is currently a doctoral candidate in the Education, Theory and Practice program. In her role in the office, Tibisay conducts the On Campus Interview process. Although her work revolves heavily around employers she is frequently used as a sounding board for several University at Albany students. Tibisay also serves as an advisor student organizations and is a Sexual Assault Prevention trainer and certified Implicit Bias trainer. Tibisay has a special interest in issues of diversity and inclusion, with a special interest in first generation college students.

Registration: This webinar is FREE for EACE members and $35 for non-members to join.

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Tuesday, September 15, 2020 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT

Unpacking the AI Hype

Suddenly, science fiction seems to be coming off the page and screen and into our offices and lives. We're told AI will take away our jobs, or it will free us from the burdens of work. Systems are built to reduce human bias, yet in many areas bias remains or gets worse. If it all feels overwhelming, or you're not sure where to start, this session will get you up to speed with a brief primer, then we'll pivot to a case study before wrapping with a Q&A to crowdsource ideas on the future we want to make.


  1. Deepened understanding of what AI and related technologies, are and are not
  2. Awareness of social and ethical issues arising from advances in AI and related tech
  3. Ability to apply 1 & 2 to personal, office, and institutional decision making

Chris Miciek, Director, Career Development Center, Jefferson University

Chris began with an executive coaching firm before returning to higher education. In 2002 he began building the first 100% online career center in the US, pioneering online technology and social media to deliver career development advising and instruction. Since that start he's presented at state and regional ACEs as well as NACE on online career services and emerging technology, including creating a keynote panel at MWACE 2007 and leading a NACE President's Tech Summit at the 2009 annual conference. Chris authored a chapter to the NACE Case Study Guide on delivering career development online and co-authored a chapter on navigating institutional mergers. He continues to stare at the horizon.

Registration: This webinar is FREE for EACE members and $35 for non-members to join.

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Tuesday, October 13, 2020 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT

Are you Authorized to Work? Advising International Students on Best Practices

Join Nitin Agrawal, Interstride, and Aaron Blumberg, Fragomen to delve into the challenges faced by international students during the current COVID crisis and how these challenges can be addressed by universities and colleges. Nitin will provide an overview of the technology response to these challenges, and Aaron will cover the response from an immigration standpoint.


Nitin Agrawal, Co-Founder, Interstride

Nitin grew up in Nepal and immigrated to the U.S. to pursue higher education. He graduated from the University of Miami in Florida with a BBA and earned his MBA from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley. He has worked for numerous financial institutions, including a fintech group of Western Union, a Norwegian investment fund, and the Corporate & Investment Banking division of Citigroup. After 15 years of experience as an international student and professional, he wanted to make life easier for the next generation of international students. Interstride is the result of his conviction that technology can empower these students to chase their dreams with confidence.

Aaron Blumberg, Partner, Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP

Aaron is a Partner at Fragomen’s Miami office, where he advises a diverse client base, including investors and entrepreneurs, colleges and universities and multinational companies, on U.S. immigration law. Aaron has deep experience advising on the distinctive immigration requirements of colleges and universities. He also assists large state universities seeking to become designated as J-1 sponsor schools, and he works with colleges and universities that have established J-1 programs to ensure that they remain compliant.

Registration: This webinar is FREE for EACE members and $35 for non-members to join.

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