Take charge of your career center’s mission and destiny by getting out in front of assessment rather than having it defined for you by others!

In recent years, there has been an increased focus on assessment. In addition to evaluating the performance of team members, Career Center staff have been asked to provide evidence of program success that goes beyond anecdotal stories and to demonstrate the value-add of programs in order to maintain or secure additional financial resources. This directive to measure outcomes on individual and programmatic levels is not limited to Fortune 500 companies, but increasingly is becoming an expectation and a standard practice for college/university career offices.

Join Intern Bridge for this two-part web series and learn key components for conducting a successful career center assessment. The workshop will cover the essential elements of assessment, including:

  • How to identify what should be measured.
  • How to easily and affordably conduct assessment.
  • How to put in place an on-going assessment plan for your Career Center.
  • How to use your assessment results for continuous improvement and to build support for your Career Center.

These insights are only a small sample of what you’ll find in this workshop.  If you would like to learn more about this program before registering please send us an email at info@internbridge.com .

Please join us for this two-part web-series on April 26th & 28th at 1:00pm ET (Noon CT, 11am MT, 10am PT)

*Bonus Sessions*
Date/Time Based on Your Availability

Our team is available to help your career office build a specific strategy around your assessment strategies. These sessions are not mandatory, but will drive home the key points from the workshop while customizing a plan specific to your specific environment and challenges at your college or university. Each one-on-one session is 90 minutes long, conducted via GoToMeeting or Skype, and comes with the Intern Bridge 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. An intake form will be completed prior to the session; each session will be entirely focused on the issues at hand.

You can register for one customized session, or register for two and receive an even deeper discount. An additional discount is provided when you register for the extra session(s) at the time you register for the academy, but you can register for an extra session at a later time. Extra sessions will be scheduled based on the availability of your staff.

Should you have questions about what the extra sessions might entail, please do not hesitate to email: info@internbridge.com or call 800.531.6091

REGISTER NOW for this exclusive virtual workshop that will provide your career center with the tools you need to get the ROI you need from your assessment initiatives and also receive a copy of the #1 Internship Book in the US – Total Internship Management: The Employer’s Guide to Building the Ultimate Internship Program.


As with all of our programming, unlimited archive access is available for all registered attendees. If you cannot attend the sessions live, the recordings will be emailed to you.  Questions? Email info@internbridge.com

Robert ShindellDuring the past 18 years, Dr. Robert Shindell, has successfully held a variety of professional leadership roles in higher education. He developed career centers at The University of Toledo’s College of Engineering, Midwestern State University and the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University. Robert’s innovative approach to career services led The Rawls College of Business Career Management Center to achieve the ranking of 28th in BusinessWeek’s national ranking of College of Business career centers in 2007. Dr. Shindell’s research and opinions are often quoted in the New York Times, The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Washington Post, Inside Higher Ed and many more. He has worked with thousands of employers and higher education career centers in developing successful transition plans for students through both live and virtual presentations.Robert has earned his Doctorate of Philosophy from Texas Tech University, a master’s degree in training and development from Midwestern State University, and a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Toledo.