Fri, Oct 18 | Good Foods Co-op

Lunch and Learn: Getting Gen Z Students to Participate in their Career Development

Guest Presenter and Past President Josh Taylor will present on the demographics of today's Gen Z students, and how to drive career development curriculum and programming for this student population. Free event.
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Lunch and Learn: Getting Gen Z Students to Participate in their Career Development

Time & Location

Oct 18, 2019, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Good Foods Co-op, 455 Southland Dr, Lexington, KY 40503, USA

About the Event

Unfortunately, KCDA will not be providing food for this event. You are more than welcomed to purchased your lunch at the established location.

If you have questions about this event and/or need ADA/any other accommodations, please email us at kycareerdevelopmentassociation@gmail.com.

More information about our Guest Speaker Josh Taylor:

Guest Presenter and Past President Josh Taylor will present on the demographics of today's Gen Z students, and how to drive career development curriculum and programming for this student population.

Josh Taylor is the Assistant Director for the Graham Office of Career Management at the University of Kentucky's Gatton College of Business and Economics. Josh Taylor brings over 15 years of experience as a higher education and communications and marketing professional. As Assistant Director for the Graham Office of Career Management, he is committed to preparing Gatton students to achieve employment success as knowledgeable, world-ready leaders. Josh began his career as a French interpreter and has held globally-focused communications and marketing roles with Disney, Hands on Atlanta, and Rotary International in Quebec, Canada. Prior to joining UK, Josh was a Career Counselor and Experiential Education Coordinator at Morehead State University, where he also taught courses in French, Communications, and Career Development. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Speech Communication and French Linguistics from the University of Georgia and master’s degrees in Strategic Communication and Adult and Higher Education Counseling from Morehead State University. He is actively involved in the Kentucky Career Development Association, where he has served as President.

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