Presented by Joslyn Johnson
Date, Time, Cost
Thursday, November 29, 2018
7.30PM EDT – 9.00PM EDT
Fee: $30.00 for SENG Members; $40.00 for Non-Members
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During this session, we will explore the life-wide learning experiences of gifted individuals that successfully transitioned into their career field during early adulthood. As the ‘war for talent’ is steadily increasing, new programs to attract and develop the right talent also increases. Yet, amidst the expansion of the talent development and management field, understanding the gifted experience of the talent organizations seek to attract often goes unchecked. This session is dedicated to looking at the gifted experience in early adulthood and life-wide learnings implications for a successful career transition.
Dr. Joslyn Johnson currently serves as the Assistant Director of Career Catalysts at Stanford University, ensuring students have equitable opportunities through career programming focused on the intersection of diversity, inclusion, and belonging. She has been working in higher education for 8+ years with an established history of pioneering programs that champion student development. Her most recent research focused on how lifewide learning experiences served as shaping factors in the career success of high potential young adults. Joslyn received her PhD in Adult, Professional, and Community Education, an M.A. in Human Resources Development, and her B.A.A in Broadcasting and Cinematic Arts.