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Working for the Common Good

Wednesday, April 29, 2015, 5-7pm, Lincoln Park Student Center, 120AB

Sneak Peek of Event!


Program Overview
Specifically, this event will provide opportunities to:
Participate in roundtable discussions ranging in topics from community outreach, program development,
advocacy, research, school counseling, and more!
Visit Open House tables featuring various social service settings to learn about work cultures,
understanding the range of entry to seasoned roles, and key competencies needed
Network with fellow DePaul alumni about best practices, trends, and marketability
Program Agenda
4:35-4:45pm
5-5:05pm
5:05-6:30pm
6:30pm-7:00pm

7:00pm

Check-in for Students, Alumni, and Professional guests


Welcome Remarks
Topic Roundtables
Meet with professionals regarding key topics and trends in social service
Open House Tables
Visit organization tables to learn about missions, path, and what roles for entry level
professionals and master level candidates can look like
Meet with information tables for graduate programs and other resources
Conclusion of event

Topic Roundtables:
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Behind the Scenes Grant Writing, Development, and Research


Counseling and Support through a Feminist Lens
Impacting Students in Higher Education Settings
Management and Administration
Mentoring for a Living Professional Roles in Mentoring
Self-Care: Taking Care of Yourself While Taking Care of Others
Service Roles in Government, Hospitals, and For-Profit Settings
Service through Conflict Resolution, Advocacy, and Social Justice
Social Service with an International Focus
Starting Points: Social Service Roles with a Bachelor Degree
The Collective Voice Collaborations among Educators and Counselors
The Role of Crisis Intervention
Trends and Hot Topics in School Counseling
Understanding Credentials and the Licensure Process

Sneak Peek Highlights of Professionals Participating (Over 30 Professionals Participating!)


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Assistant Director, TRIO Services, DePaul University


BAM Mentor Founder and Training Manager, Youth Guidance
Case Manager and Resident Counselor, Heartland Alliance
Restorative Justice Specialist, Alternatives
Child and Adolescent Community Support Worker, Community Counseling Centers of Chicago (C4)
Director of Outreach, Instraspectrum Counseling
Outreach Coordinator, Illinois Secretary of State
Manager of Individual and Major Gifts, Boys and Girls Club of Chicago
School Counselors, Lane Tech, Jones College Prep, and North Lawndale College Prep
Senior Program Officer, McCormick Foundation

Sneak Peek of Organizations Featured for Open House Information Tables:


Organization Tables

Alternatives
Apna Ghar
Community Counseling Centers of Chicago (C4)
The Boys and Girls Club of Chicago
Heartland Alliance
Instraspecturm Counseling
Lane Technical High School
Life Goes On Illinois Organ/Tissue Donor Program
McCormick Foundation
North Lawndale College Prep
Peterson Elementary School
Urban Alliance Chicago
Youth Guidance

Resource Tables

DePaul MSW Program


DePaul College of Education, Dept. of Counseling and Special Education, Graduate Counseling Programs
DePaul College of Education Dept. of Education Policy Students and Research, Graduate Social and Cultural
Foundations in Education Program
DePaul Career Center
DePaul Graduate Admissions
DePaul Alumni Sharing Knowledge Program (ASK)
DePaul Student Counseling Organization (DSCO)
Finding Your Fit Exploring Start Points with Populations, Places, and Positions (New!)

We look forward to seeing you at the event!