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Career Readiness Champion Certificate Program

The SUNY Center for Professional Development is looking for individuals to design and teach courses for the new online, asynchronous Career Readiness Champion Certificate Program. The overarching goal of the program is to help faculty and staff on college campuses to learn the competencies (knowledge and skills) needed to create a campus culture focused on supporting students in planning for a career. The expected start date for the program is January 2022.

If you are interested in designing and delivering a course in the Career Readiness Champion Certificate Program, email the following to Chris Price, Academic Programs Manager, SUNY Center for Professional Development ( by June 1, 2021.

  • Summary of your experience/expertise in career development (required).
  • Summary of your experience delivering professional development programs to faculty and staff in higher education either in person or online (preferred).
  • The course(s) in the program you are interested in designing and teaching with a short paragraph describing the course activities you think would be appropriate for that course (or courses if more than one).
  • Resume/CV.

 More information about the program, and the full call for designers/instructors, can be found at: SUNYCareerChampion.

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Tracy Collingwood (Chair), Naomi Baldwin, Chuck Cornell, Jack Croxton, Dawn Eckenrode, Michael Jabot, Kevin Kearns, Sarah Laurie, Brian Masciadrelli, Bruce Simon, Mark Suida, and Lisa Walters.


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