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Professional Development & Networking Events


NYSCDA Events

Will you be at the NCDA Conference in Orlando? Don't miss the

New York State Career Development Association Networking Session

Thursday, June 29th, 6-7:30pm

Orlando World Center Marriott

Falls Pool Bar and Grill 

Other Events

National Career Development Association

Annual Conference - Orlando, FL

June 28-30, 2017

Webinar: Delivering Distance Career Services

Tuesday, May 4, 2021

12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM

Description: In the wake of COVID-19, delivering career services via technology is a rapidly growing practice, although distance career counseling is not new. Practitioners may lack distance services knowledge, training, and confidence. Attendees will learn key elements from distance literature and ethical codes and engage in a reflective exercise on their personal readiness to provide distance services.

Objectives: At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:

• Understand the breadth of distance services and recognize that distance service delivery expands beyond mental health and clinical counseling settings.

• Understand the professional literature that is relevant to the practice of distance career services, including relevant ethical codes from NCDA and professional organizations.

• Identify the risks and opportunities that delivering distance career services poses for both the practitioner and the consumer.

• Engage in self-reflective activities to facilitate a carefully weighted decision to purse engagement in distance career services.

About the Presenter: Dr. Heather C. Robertson (she/her/hers) is an Associate Professor of Counselor Education at St. John’s University, and the author of the book, Distance Counseling and Engaging in Telemental Health: A Counselor’s Guide to Decisions, Resources, and Practice, published by Springer Publishing Company. She has previously engaged in distance counseling practice in vocational rehabilitation clients, and currently engages in telemental health with EAP clients. She is an LMHC (NY), LPC (CT), CASAC (NY), CRC, NCC, ACS, GCDF, and BC-TMH.

Register here!

From Frightening to Fierce: Mastering Career Development through COVID and Beyond

A link to Brian Hutchinson's NYSCDA  December 2020 webinar can be found here.


Upcoming Events

Earn a Facilitating Career Development (FCD) Certificate! 

NYSCDA is please to make individuals aware of an opportunity to complete  NCDA's Facilitating Career Development curriculum in Central New York in the late spring/summer!


Join our current President-Elect, Vera V. Chapman, Ph.D., LPC(MS), CCC, GCDF-I, as she facilitates a 12-week (120-hour) program beginning on May 6, 2019. 


Completion of the program will earn you 12 NBCC Clock Hours, a Certificate of Completion endorsed by the National Career Development Association, and the potential to qualify for three credentials!


The program will be offered in a hybrid format with two live training days in Central New York bookending the program, once weekly 1-hour virtual training sessions over the lunch hour, and self-paced study on an online platform.


Spots are limited; visit http://www.VeraVChapman.com/FCD to sign up today!


Webinar: Working with DACAmented and Undocumented students: Implications for Career Services 

Join us to strategies for the unique challenges career practitioners face while working with DACAmented and undocumented students

Wednesday, May 8, 12-1pm EST 

Free for NYSCDA members, $20 for non-members 

Register here: https://www.memberplanet.com/events/newyorkstatecda/workingwithdacaundocumentedstudentsimplicationsforcareerservices


Learning Outcomes:

1. Gain understanding of the distinct experiences and challenges of undocumented and DACAmented students, including addressing the myths often associated with this population.

2. Develop insight into five career-focused competencies for providing consistent and inclusive support to undocumented and DACAmented students.

3. Hear from a fellow professional as they strive to balance advocacy and inclusiveness with navigating a higher education landscape.


.75 CEUs will be provided.


Presenter: Ana Clara Blesso, MA, NCC; Associate Director for Career Coaching and Experiential Learning, University of Connecticut Center for Career Development. Prior to her role at UConn, Ana Clara served as Assistant Director of Fairfield University’s Career Planning Center. She received a Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Wake Forest University and a Bachelor of Science degree from Assumption College. Originally from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Ana Clara is passionate about advocating for those underrepresented in higher education and in the work place; and is a trained AAUW salary negation facilitator. Ana Clara is fluent in the challenges often faced by the immigrant community. She was recently interviewed by NACE, focusing specifically on supporting undocumented students at colleges and universities. Her interview can be found at:https://www.naceweb.org/career-development/special-populations/working-with-undocumented-dacamented-students/. More information about Ana Clara can also be found on Twitter: @anaclarablesso and LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anaclarablesso/

Guest Speaker: Kevin Graham currently serves as the Doctoral Project Specialist at the University of California San Diego, Undocumented Student Services. In his role, Kevin works with campus partners to launch a domestic exchange program for undocumented/DACAmented students. Kevin is from Georgetown, Guyana and received his Bachelor of Science in social work and his master’s degree in human resource management from Nazareth College (Rochester, NY). He most recently served as the Assistant Director For Undocumented/DACA Student Support at Cornell University, spearheading many of the campuses undocumented/DACA student support initiatives. Additionally, Kevin interned with the Undocumented Student Program at UCLA. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Warner School of Education and Human Development Higher Education program at the University of Rochester. His dissertation explores the experiences of undocumented/DACAmented students at private higher educational institutions.



NCDA NYSCDA Networking event 

Thursday, June 27

6pm-8pm 

Cueva 

1777 Walker Street

Houston, TX 


Join us food, drinks, fun, and networking! Meet your fellow NYS career practitioners and learn about upcoming events, leadership opportunities, and offerings from NYSCDA! 

All are welcome 


Cueva is located on the lobby level of the Marriott Marquis Houston (NCDA Conference Hotel)





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