Online Programs

ACSN Webinar | The Work Intervention Network (WIN) Workshop Facilitator Train-the-Trainer OpportunityWednesday, April 24, 2024 | 1:30 - 3:00 pm ET / 10:30 am - 12:00 pm PT
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In 2020, a group of vocational/counseling psychologists, career practitioners, and a sociologist convened to discuss the unemployment crisis as a result of the pandemic. The team concurred that the challenges evoked by massive job losses require comprehensive and flexible sources of support and skill building. While developed at the outset of the pandemic, The WIN intervention continues to be relevant and effective in addressing the challenges job seekers and individuals in career transition face today: Work Intervention Network Evaluation Study - Journal of Career Assessment.

Focusing on the psychosocial/systemic issues facing job seekers, and building on the excellent services that are already available via college and community-based career service centers, training programs, and independent providers, the WIN team designed six 75-90 minute sessions that can be delivered as a workshop series to support individuals as they search for work. Topics include Deepening and Sustaining Relationships, Fostering Social Awareness and Reducing Self-Blame, Building Emotional Resilience and Self-Care, and Planning, Exploring, and Engaging in the Job Search.

The Training

This 90-minute virtual training will provide you with an overview of the Work Intervention Network (WIN) and the workshop the team has created for alumni in the midst of a job search or experiencing a career transition. While it is not a step-by-step training, the WIN Team will provide you with information and will review the manual (provided as part of the training) as well as what you can expect when you facilitate a WIN workshop. The goal is to have training participants walk away with the "taste and texture" of WIN and the workshop model that has been developed, so prospective facilitators are comfortable facilitating the workshop for alumni who would benefit.

About WIN

The Work Interventions Network (WIN) is a Pan International Collaboration of Practitioners and Researchers exploring the intersection of work and mental health & wellness. To learn more about the Work Intervention Network (WIN), the WIN Team and the workshop modules, visit

Please Note: WIN's intention is to disseminate this workshop content as widely as possible within institutions of higher learning. Accordingly, facilitators are encouraged to offer workshops with the stipulation that you do so at no charge to participants. In addition, the workshops which participants will be trained to facilitate are designed to be used by alumni/career service professionals who have experience in working with groups and in providing supportive work-based interventions. More specialized training in mental health is not needed to deliver these workshops.

ACSN Virtual Roundtable | Experienced Member Discussion Group: Thriving in the Field after 5+ Years
Tuesday, May 7, 2024 | 3:00 - 4:00 pm EDT / 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PT
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Join fellow experienced ACSN members for a discussion group focused on identifying strategies for continued career development after becoming established in the field. Bring your questions and strategies. This will be conducted as an open discussion.

ACSN Webinar | Navigating the Mid and Late Career Alumni Landscape: A Strategic Approach to Empowerment 
Wednesday, May 15, 2024 | 2:00 - 3:00 pm ET / 11:00 am - 12:00 pm PT
Free for members; $25 for non-members Register Here>>

What do you feel like you don't know about your mid and late-career alumni? What do you feel like you can't ask? Join Mission Collaborative for an insightful webinar where we'll share a unique 30,000-foot perspective on a hard-to-reach segment in the alumni landscape—mid and late-career professionals.

We aim to foster a candid conversation that empowers our ACSN partners with practical insights into the needs of mid and late-career professionals. Drawing from our experience working with over 12,000 individuals in our 30-day online career program, we'll openly share the lessons learned!

This webinar brings together psychological insights, data analytics, and thoughtful recommendations for Alumni Career professionals seeking effective ways to support their alumni throughout their journey. Gain a deeper understanding of your alumni's experiences and hear our perspectives on the current state of the workforce, offering insights into expected career needs for the next six months.

Join us in this conversation to enhance your alumni engagement strategies as we navigate the nuanced landscape of mid and late-career alumni, providing tangible insights to inform your career support initiatives.

Ashley Atrip and Steph Szuch of Mission Collaborative

Ashley Artrip, CEO and Co-Founder of Mission Collaborative, is dedicated to empowering individuals to craft rewarding and purposeful careers. With a rich background at Gallup and various organizations, she delved into researching employee engagement and the key elements of career success. As a certified Gallup StrengthsFinder coach, Ashley adeptly guides individuals in discovering their strengths to shape fulfilling career paths. Her impactful work with numerous career changers and acquisition of a career coaching certification since founding Mission Collaborative exemplify her commitment to facilitating transformative career journeys.

Steph Szuch leads the Career Design Fellowship at Mission Collaborative, supporting career changers to build a life of their choosing. With a background in teaching and coaching, Steph has worked extensively with professionals from around the world looking to boost their skills to apply for different jobs, move abroad, or take a new step in their careers. She takes a strengths-based approach to help those she works with overcome limiting beliefs, recognize their potential, and gain the confidence to build fulfilling careers.

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