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How It Works - Episode 3: Empowering students to build and articulate their professional stories

December 13, 2022
11:30 AM EST
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We invite you to join us on Tuesday, December 13th at 11:30am (ET) for Episode 3 of Dr. Murrell's "How It Works" webinar series. In this episode, Dr. Murrell will interview Chelsea Donovan and Bob Stein from John Carroll University who took home the Pathways 2022 award for Innovation this year. Their innovative use of Suitable for their Boler Professional Development (BPD) initiative not only ensures career readiness within their student body but also incorporates the Suitable Co-Curricular Transcript as the core vehicle for students' articulation of their preparedness.

The foundation of BPD is centered around a 0-credit, five course series, which is all about career readiness and professional development. BPD provides intentional exposure to employers, mock interviews, and much much more. It also serves as a springboard to greater student participation in experiential learning opportunities and crucial high impact practices.

There is no cost to attend and a post-event recording will be sent out to all those who register.

This event will provide:

  • An overview of the Pathways 2022 Innovation award and how John Carroll won it.
  • An examination of the BPD initiative with live discourse.
  • Real-time Q&A with the presenters.


Tuesday, December 13 11:30AM-11:35AM

Opening Remarks

By Mark Visco Jr.

Tuesday, December 13 11:35AM-12:15PM

Ep 3: An Innovative Approach to Student Development

With Dr. Audrey Murrell & the team from John Carroll University's Boler College of Business

Tuesday, December 13 12:15PM-12:30PM

Live Q&A

Have all your questions answered and gain additional insights!


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Dr. Audrey Murrell

Professor, Author, Researcher

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Chelsea Donovan, M.Ed.

Program Manager, Boler Professional Development, Boler College of Business, John Carroll University

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Bob Stein

Executive In Residence, Leadership Development, Boler College of Business, John Carroll University

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Mark Visco Jr.

CEO and Co-Founder, Suitable

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