2022 NCDA Global Conference - AGENDA
Three Conference formats:
- In-Person / Anaheim Agenda
- Hybrid Agenda = the combined in-person and virtual agenda is called hybrid
- Virtual Agenda
Agenda is subject to change.
Times listed are Eastern Time Zone
|July 20, 2022||Access to On-Demand Sessions|
|Opening Remarks: Day 1
General Session: Gregg Brown
|Presentation Series 1|
|Presentation Series 2|
|General Session: Scott Pulsipher|
|July 21, 2022||Access to On-Demand Sessions|
|Opening Remarks: Day 2|
|Presentation Series 3|
|Presentation Series 4|
|General Session: Dr. James Moore III
Closing Remarks and 2023 Conference Preview
Times listed are Pacific Time ZoneJune 27, 2022 - Monday
|8:00 am (Pacific Time)||First Timers Meeting|
|8:00 am||Exhibit Hall Open|
|9:15 am||Constituency Meetings|
|11:00 am||NCDA Committee Meetings (option 1)|
|11:45 am||Lunch in Exhibit Hall|
||Opening General Session - Keynote: Gregg Brown|
|3:00 pm||Presentation Series 1 and Roundtable Series 1|
|4:30 pm||NCDA Membership Meeting|
|5:45 pm||Welcome Reception|
|June 28, 2022 - Tuesday
|7:30 - 8:30 am||NCDA Committee Meetings (option 2)|
|8:00 am||Exhibit Hall Open|
|9:00 am||General Session - Keynote: Scott Pulsipher|
|10:45 am||Brain Trust Reception|
|10:50 am||Presentation Series 2 and Roundtable Series 2|
|12:10 pm||NCDA Committee Meetings (option 3)|
|1:30 pm||Presentation Series 3 and Roundtable Series 3|
|3:00 pm||Presentation Series 4|
|4:30 pm||Presentation Series 5|
|5:45 pm||NCDA Committee Meetings (option 4)|
|7:00 pm||Theme Party|
|June 29, 2022 - Wednesday
|7:15 am||NCDA Committee Meetings (option 5)|
|8:30 am||Presentation Series 6 and Roundtable Series 6|
|10:00 am||Presentation Series 7 and Roundtable Series 7|
Closing General Session - Keynote: Dr. James Moore III
Continuing Education Hours Available
Conference Registration will provide attendees with various continuing education hours based on registration choice.
Virtual Conference Registration will provide attendees with 15 continuing education hours for attending sessions on the virtual platform.
National Career Development Association (NCDA) has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 1003. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. NCDA is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
76 In-Person Roundtables
73 In-Person Presentations
120 Virtual Presentations
Subject to Change.
Professional Development Institutes - in-person only
June 26, 2022
PDI #1 Group Career Counseling: Principles and Practices
Group Career Counseling (GCC) is a unique intervention that uses the best of group counseling and group guidance. This presentation will provide both a definition and an overview of the principles of a GCC program followed by a demonstration of a structured GCC program. The latter will be accomplished through a "fish bowl" technique with “stop action" to process the demonstration by pointing out the unique techniques, skills and stages of GCC.
Richard Pyle, Private Practice
PDI#3 Military Culture and Its Impact on Career Development
Session targets non-veteran career practitioners working or seeking work with veterans. Session describes how Military Culture, Identity Development, and Military Systems impact career transition, and introduces the Career Development Competencies for Veterans. Session includes a panel presentation of veterans on the impact of military culture on their career transition experience.
Heather Robertson, St. John's University; Suzette Fletcher
June 26, 2022
PDI#5 Hands-on Tools for Career Counseling: Military Veterans
This half-day afternoon PDI introduces and demonstrates specific tools and resources for career counseling and transition for military/veteran clients or students. Session will cover Career Assessments, Career Interventions, Job Search Strategies (including Federal Jobs), Military Resources, Military-Specific Challenges, and Advocacy, as well as the Career Development Competencies for Veterans (CDCV). Attendees should bring their laptops or phones to participate in activities.
Suzette Fletcher, Billings Adult Education; Heather Robertson, St. John's University
PDI#6 The Resilience Advantage: Careering through Times of Change
Session explores how resilience strengthens career development for individuals/groups experiencing ongoing change. Discover how you approach change from the perspective of 7 Resilience Characteristics based on a well-researched model. Learn how this model inspires innovative career development services within a dynamic healthcare organization. Assessment and workbook provided at no cost.
Michele DeRosa, BHMT for Kaiser Permanente; Jan Cummings, BHMT for Kaiser Permanente
PDI#7 A Multigrade, Multimode, and Multisensory Exploration of K12 Career Development Learning
Experience career development across the gradespan, from Kinder to 12th, by using the tools, technology, and approaches deployed by the Cajon Valley Union School District. Program specialists will incorporate how career theory and classroom pedagogy help students develop a common language of career and a vision of their possible selves.
Ed Hidalgo, Cajon Valley Union School District; Melanie Brandt, Cajon Valley Union School District; Chris Collins, Cajon Valley Union School District