Registration is now open for our next ACE-WIL PD!

Title: Data-driven decision-making for WIL programs and career centres
Date: Wednesday November 20, 2019
Time: 12:00pm-4:00pm
Location: SFU – Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue (580 W Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V6B 5K3)

REGISTER HERE!

*This session will also be available live-streamed and recorded by webinar. Those who select the webinar option will be sent a link to the webinar one week prior.

RSVP Deadline: Tuesday November 12, 2019

Agenda:
12:00pm-1:00pm: Registration, Lunch and Networking
1:00pm-3:00pm: Data-driven decision-making workshop (live-streamed and recorded webinar)
3:00pm-4:00pm: Best practice sharing and networking

Data is increasingly informing our WIL programs, career centres and universities. We are collecting qualitative and quantitative data through various mediums such as surveys, evaluations, applications, but what are we doing with this valuable information? With the advances in strategic decision-making and program management, how can we analyze this data to extract insights and to make data-driven decisions for our organization? How can we best use data to engage students, attract new employers, and communicate the value and success of programs to our stakeholders?

Understanding, evaluating and presenting complex data can be the key to making decisions that can positively impact the development of our programs. Join us in-person or by webinar for this informative session on how to leverage your organization’s data for strategic growth. Networking and social to follow.

Speaker: Athena Szabo
Athena Szabo
Speaker Bio: Athena Szabo has dedicated her personal and professional life to using technology and data to transform businesses, non-profits and higher education. Prior to her current role as a Consultant at Traction on Demand where she implements Salesforce for higher education, she worked for UBC’s Sauder School of Business as an Analyst where she supported the Career Centre’s business technology initiatives. Athena is a UBC Co-op alumna who holds a Bachelor of Commerce with a specialization in Business Technology Management. Her implementation of information technology solutions for the public and private sectors has helped many organizations optimize and leverage data so that they can dedicate their time to advancing their mission.