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  • 11 Oct 2013 12:07 AM | Anonymous member

    NJCEIA members, do you know a practitioner who has gone above and beyond, or a student who participated in an outstanding internship? Nominate them for our Practitioner and Student of the Year Award!


    Award recipients will receive $250 in cash, and practitioners will also receive a plaque.

    To nominate a student or practitioner, and to get more information on eligibility, please view and complete the appropriate forms below.


    Practitioner applications are due May 1, 2014, and student applications are due May 12, 2014.

    Practitioner of the Year Application

    Student of the Year Application

  • 15 Aug 2013 12:05 AM | Anonymous member

    ATTENTION EMPLOYERS AND COLLEGE ADMINISTRATORS!

    NJCEIA membership registration for the 2013-2014 year is now open.  Please see the attached files for the registration form and additional information.  Contact Ryan Stalgaitis, VP for Membership at 973.443.8339 or rstalgai@fdu.edu if you have any questions.

    Prospective Member Letter

  • 27 Mar 2013 12:01 AM | Anonymous member

    Flyer for Spring Mini-Conference

    Keynote Presentation:

    UNCONVENTIONAL LEADERSHIP

    PATRICK LOVE, ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS, RUTGERS UNIVERSITY

    TONY DOODY, DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMS AND LEADERSHIP, RUTGERS UNIVERSITY


    Learn practical strategies to use with your professional and student staff as you inspire and lead others. Areas of focus include values driven practice, recruiting and retaining top talent, gathering feedback, risk-taking and innovation, and relentless marketing and advocacy. We will describe methods to intentionally and systematically forage for new ideas and incorporate “best practices” from outside our field.


    The purpose of this presentation is to challenge participants’ view and definition of what it means to lead and manage in a world where change is a constant. There are four segments to the symposium: Values, Talent, Innovation, and Marketing.

     

    Afternoon Sessions:

    Building Successful Campus Partnerships to Help Prepare Students for Co-ops and Internships

    Megan Van Hook, Sarah Vandermark, and Jeffrey Grundy, NJIT

    Transforming Alumni Resources into Employer Relationships: A How-To Guide

    Christian Uhl, Stevens Institute of Technology

    When:            

    Friday, April 5, 2013

    9:30 AM – 3:00 PM

    Where:          

    NJIT, Campus Center Atrium, University Heights, Newark, NJ

    Directions:     

    http://www.njit.edu/about/visit/gettingtonjit.php

    GPS Address to Parking Deck – 154 Summit Street, Newark, NJ

     

    Registration Fee:             

    $35/Members                   $50/Non-Members          $20/Student Rate

    (Continental Breakfast and Hot Lunch Included)

    *24 hour cancellation notice required.  No shows will be billed.

    Registration: 

    Please register online at: www.njceia.eventbrite.com by Friday, March 29, 2013

    Checks made payable to: NJCEIA.  Payment is also accepted at the door.

    Questions:

    Please contact Christine Cervelli, VP of Programming.  Cervelli@njit.edu or call 973.596.3643

  • 25 Jan 2013 11:00 PM | Anonymous member

    NEW JERSEY COOPERATIVE EDUCATION & INTERNSHIP ASSOCIATION

     

    SAVE THE DATE

     Friday, April 5, 2013

    9:30 am – 3:00 pm

    New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ

     

    The 5th Annual NJCEIA Spring Mini-Conference

    Join us for an exciting presentation by Patrick Love and Tony Doody   

    Unconventional Leadership

    Patrick Love, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, Rutgers University

    Tony Doody, Director of Programs and Leadership, Rutgers University

    Information about this presentation can be found athttp://www.unconventional-leadership.com/home/

     

    Patrick and Tony focus on utilizing Unconventional Leadership as a way to develop new ideas and best practices. Their presentations are not limited to Career Development professionals, so please feel free to invite your colleagues from all areas! See some of the latest social chatter about them here: http://www.unconventional-leadership.com/chatter/

     

    Afternoon Sessions will focus on best practices of utilizing resources across campus to grow your programs

     

    Details and agenda to follow!

    Register at:  www.njceia.eventbrite.com

      

     

    *Interested in attending the CEIA, Mid-Atlantic Drive in Workshop? Follow this link for more information: http://www.ceiainc.org/CEIA-region-2-drive-in-workshop

  • 13 Nov 2012 10:59 PM | Anonymous member

    Please join NJCEIA for a community service event!

     For the past two years, NJCEIA has participated in volunteering at the Community Food Bank of NJ.  In light of Hurricane Sandy and the upcoming holiday season, the need for assistance is great.  Please join the NJCEIA Executive Board in volunteering with this important organization.

     third annual Volunteer Service Day @the Community Food Bank of NJ

    Open to all members and guests:  

    Date:                     Friday, December 7, 2012

    Time:                    10:00 am – 12:00 pm

    Location:              Community Food Bank of NJ

    31 Evans Terminal, Hillside, NJ 07025

    (Parking is limited)              

    Directions:  MapQuest


    Dress Code:  See attached for details.

     Parking:  Parking is available along the length of the building. Please do not block loading docks of the buildings across the street from the food bank. Be mindful of Tow Away Zones – your car may be towed!  Parking space is limited.  CARPOOLING is highly recommended!


    Registration:  Space is limited.  Please RSVP (by Email) byNovember 30, 2012

    Christine Cervelli,  VP of Programs cervelli@njit.edu or call 973-596-3643 with any questions.


  • 12 Jun 2012 11:53 PM | Anonymous member

    NJCEIA membership registration is now open!  Please see the attached files for the registration form and additional information.  If you have any questions, feel free to contact Ryan Stalgaitis, VP for Membership at 973.443.8339 or rstalgai@fdu.edu.

     

    Prospective Member Letter

    NJCEIA Membership Form 2012-2013

  • 16 Nov 2011 10:51 PM | Anonymous member

    Many students are finishing up their fall experiences.  There is no better way to honor a student’s hard work and achievement than to nominate him/her for the NJCEIA Cooperative Education / Internship Student of the Year.

    • NJCEIA sponsors a search for outstanding co-op/ internship students each academic year. A cash award of $150.00 will be presented to winners of two-year and four-year degree institutions.
    • The award categories are as follows: Technical 4-year, Non-technical (business & liberal arts) 4-year; and Technical 2-year and Non-technical 2-year.
    • We encourage all NJCEIA members to nominate candidates. Students enrolled at two-year and four-year degree-granting institutions are eligible to compete. Please note that more than one student may be nominated by a college or university. 

    Eligibility is limited to students who: were/are enrolled in co-op/internship for at least one-semester during the spring 2011, summer 2011, fall 2011 and spring 2012.

    Criteria for selection:

    • Student achievements on the job (See Student Application Form.)
    • Student contributions to the employer (See Employer/Site Sponsor Form.)

    In order to compete for the award, both the Student Application Form and the and the Employer /Site Sponsor Form must be submitted by the deadline date.  Contact Sue Pye at spye@rutgers.edu or 732-445-6127, xt. 19 for questions or more information. 


    SOTY Application 2011-2012

  • 16 Nov 2011 10:49 PM | Anonymous member

    NJCEIA IS COMMITTED TO:

    • Encouraging New Jersey colleges and universities to adopt the concept of Cooperative Education and Internships
    • Building partnerships among all New Jersey Cooperative Education colleges, universities and employers
    • Providing support to strengthen new and existing Cooperative Education and Internship programs.

    By joining forces and forming a working partnership of college and business professionals throughout the state, NJCEIA helps to create a pool of interns that will be part of an educated, trained workforce benefiting New Jersey’s economic growth.

  • 16 Nov 2011 10:47 PM | Anonymous member

    Welcome to NJCEIA for the 2011-2012 academic year!


    Our thirty seven year old association consists of a mix of educators and employers from all over New Jersey, all of whom are involved in some way with cooperative education and internships. This association is strongly committed to providing a supportive and professional atmosphere where members can network and share resources with their colleagues.


    Under the leadership of our new Executive Board, we will be continuing the tradition of developing and carrying out the creative and relevant programming that we have previously been providing for our members. Our new “theme” is “Rebuilding and Rebranding after the Recession”, which seems to be a timely and significant topic for all. We are going to be addressing the effects of the economy and its’ recovery in our programs and speakers this year.


    Always looking to improve our resources for our members, we will be working on redesigning the website to make it more “user friendly” as well as giving it a fresh new look.  Another goal we will be striving for is to offer mentoring services to new members. We would love to tap into our more experienced and seasoned members to achieve this.  By volunteering to get involved and assist those “newbies” with questions pertaining to their programs/career, they will prove to be an invaluable source of information for them.  Increasing and strengthening our membership, especially with employers, will also be an ongoing objective for the organization.


    We are looking to continue our new tradition of “giving back” through our holiday service day, which we began last year at the Community Food Bank in Hillside in lieu of a program. We hope to increase the amount of members who will be participating in this event, as it’s a wonderful organization to be involved with.


    NJCEIA is not only still around, but thriving and continuing to reinvent itself. We look forward to another year of successful programs with a strong and active membership. Please feel free to contribute ideas and/or assistance with any part of our organization throughout the year by joining one of our committees. I’m looking forward to a successful and “Winning” year for all!


    Sincerely,

    Barbara Raido, President, NJCEIA

  • 16 Nov 2011 10:43 PM | Anonymous member

    In planning for the March 2012 Mini-Conference, we would like to encourage you submit a program proposal.  We warmly welcome those who have new and untested presentations, or ones already given elsewhere. We recognize there are quite a few trends and hot topics in our field and as such, we thought it would be great to tap into our membership for conference workshops.

    If you have a topic you would like to share with your colleagues in a casual atmosphere, please download the attached form and submit the proposal by November 30, 2011.  If your program is selected, you will have FREE registration to attend the conference.

    Registration to attend will be opened around the beginning of January.

    Keynote:

    Mike True, Director of the Internship Center, Messiah College

    When:

    Friday, March 31, 2012, 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

    Where:

    Rutgers University Continuing Studies Conference Center, New Brunswick, NJ


    NJCEIA CallForProposal Sheet

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