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Amber Exploration & Personal Development Reflection

Required for Amber

Students completing the Amber Certificate in April of 2019 are required to participate in this workshop. This session is designed to help students process the learning outcomes from participating in the self-directed Amber Exploration and Personal Development Certificate.

Tue. Apr 20, 2021
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Nick Palumbo - Assistant Dean of Students for Leadership and Service

6/10 seats remaining

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Community Action - From Theory to Practice

Required for Leadership through Community Engagement Certificate

As the fourth in the series of core workshops for the Leadership Through Community Engagement Certificate, this workshop will serve as your opportunity to share and receive feedback on the Community Action Project that you developed and implemented with the support of the Office of Student Volunteerism and Community Engagement.

Tue. Apr 20, 2021
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Garth Freeman - Director of Student Volunteerism and Community Engagement

18/25 seats remaining

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Job Search Strategies

Required for School of Business Professional Development Certificate Certificate (School of Business)

Participants will review and evaluate key strategies and resources that provide the highest return on investment to execute a successful job search. Special attention will be given to navigating the virtual application process. Let’s work smarter, not harder! *Please bring your laptop!

Tue. Apr 20, 2021
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Mary Cannon - Business Career Advisor, Department of Career Development
Series: School of Business Professional Development Program: REQUIRED WORKSHOP

Competencies:

NACE: Career Management NACE: Digital Technology NACE: Global/Intercultural Fluency NACE: Oral/Written Communications

0/50 seats remaining

The Role of Philanthropy in a Civil Society: Part IV

This is PART IV of a four-part workshop series exploring the role of philanthropic activities in a civil society, the process of philanthropy and the regulation of both charitable organizations and donors.  Workshop participants will learn about how the lines between the three sectors: public, private and not-for-profit have become increasingly blurred with the rise of venture philanthropy and social entrepreneurism and consider how philanthropy can become a profession.

Tue. Apr 20, 2021
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Ellen Leverich - Vice President College Advancement and Executive Director, The Geneseo Foundation, Inc.
Series: School of Business Professional Development Program: APPROVED ELECTIVE WORKSHOP

-3/25 seats remaining

Our Village - Our Time: Students Decisions and Legacies

An interactive experience that delves into college students decisions and leaving a lasting legacy in Geneseo. Time will be used to explore NYS and local laws that effect students. We will also dispel myths regarding law enforcement and discuss methods police use to prevent arrests. We will also answer any questions you may have regarding the law and you.

Wed. Apr 21, 2021
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Technical Sergeant Travis Andrews - Sergeant, University Police Department

13/25 seats remaining

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Introduction to Interviewing

Required for Career Leadership Management Certificate Required for School of Business Professional Development Certificate Certificate (School of Business)

In this introductory seminar, participants will examine the interview process from the perspective of hiring managers and learn how to successfully prepare for, and execute a strategic interview from start to finish. Participants will be asked to engage and practice answers in small groups.

Wed. Apr 21, 2021
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Mary Cannon - Business Career Advisor, Department of Career Development
Series: School of Business Professional Development Program: REQUIRED WORKSHOP

Competencies:

NACE: Career Management NACE: Global/Intercultural Fluency NACE: Oral/Written Communications

-1/50 seats remaining

Introduction to Basics of Self-Defense

Come learn the basics of self-defense from Sgt. Travis Andrews! Given the physical and active nature of this workshop, please come to the workshop wearing comfortable clothing and shoes. **Please note: Given that this workshop will be *IN-PERSON*, we are limiting the number of students and all participants will be required to wear two facemasks and adhere to social distancing at all times.**

Wed. Apr 21, 2021
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
MacVittie College Union, Hunt Room, Room 135

Instructor(s):
Technical Sergeant Travis Andrews - Sergeant, University Police Department

8/12 seats remaining

Wealth Protection and World Class Savings

We will learn what steps we can take to protect our wealth from known and unknown threats and talk about what it means to be a world-class saver.

Thu. Apr 22, 2021
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Frank Randall, MPA - Business Development Manager & Financial Specialist, Alliance Advisory Group
Nicholas Chiera '20 - Business Development Associate, Alliance Advisory Group
Series: Wealth Steps: Your work. Your life. Your money. Balanced.

16/25 seats remaining

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LinkedIn, Creating a Professional Profile

Required for School of Business Professional Development Certificate Certificate (School of Business)

Harness the full potential of LinkedIn! Participants will learn how to maximize the platform to articulate their personal brand, build their network, and learn from industry experts. Best practices to create a profile that gets results and insider’s tips will be shared, ensuring even the most advanced users the opportunity to learn something new!

Fri. Apr 23, 2021
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Mary Cannon - Business Career Advisor, Department of Career Development
Series: School of Business Professional Development Program: REQUIRED WORKSHOP

Competencies:

NACE: Career Management NACE: Critical Thinking/Problem Solving NACE: Global/Intercultural Fluency NACE: Oral/Written Communications NACE: Teamwork/Collaboration

-2/50 seats remaining

Finding an Internship

Required for Career Leadership Management Certificate

According to national surveys, the number one criteria employers seek in recent hires is prior internship experience. This workshop covers all of the basics of finding that first internship. Popular websites, networking, and College resources are discussed. A brief overview of resumes, cover letters, the application process and college credit will also be discussed.

Mon. Apr 26, 2021
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Rob DiCarlo - Associate Director of Career Development for for Internship Opportunities
Chloe Perez

29/40 seats remaining

Amber Exploration & Personal Development Reflection

Required for Amber

Students completing the Amber Certificate in April of 2019 are required to participate in this workshop. This session is designed to help students process the learning outcomes from participating in the self-directed Amber Exploration and Personal Development Certificate.

Mon. Apr 26, 2021
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Nick Palumbo - Assistant Dean of Students for Leadership and Service

10/10 seats remaining

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Unpacking Portrayals of Sustainability

Required for Jade

This workshop will offer students a critical perspective on how sustainability issues are portrayed in our culture by scientists, politicians, activist groups, the media and more. How do these differing portrayals influence the way the general public sees sustainability? What has changed in public opinion about sustainability since the first Earth Day and why? When leaving the workshop students will understand how to look for bias in sustainability sources, and where to go for the best sustainability news.

Tue. Apr 27, 2021
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Dan DeZarn - Director of Sustainability

18/25 seats remaining

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Prep for Finals: It’s Never Too Early!

Preparing earlier and putting together a study plan for reviewing, attending tutoring and SI sessions will help you feel more confident and be prepared when finals come around. Attend this workshop and get ahead of the game!

Tue. Apr 27, 2021
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Leah Houk - Office of Academic Planning & Advising

3/25 seats remaining

Introduction to Resumes

Required for Career Leadership Management Certificate Required for School of Business Professional Development Certificate Certificate (School of Business)

Tell a unique, compelling story through a well-written resume. Understand the components of a resume, effective guidelines, and contemporary recruitment strategies to create a resume that gets results.

Tue. Apr 27, 2021
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Mary Cannon - Business Career Advisor, Department of Career Development
Series: School of Business Professional Development Program: REQUIRED WORKSHOP

Competencies:

NACE: Critical Thinking/Problem Solving NACE: Global/Intercultural Fluency NACE: Oral/Written Communications

0/50 seats remaining

Transitioning to the World of Work (*Business PD ELECTIVE*)

Successfully make the transition from college life to a professional internship, job, or graduate program. Learn effective habits, strategies, and employer expectations, for both remote and in-person experiences. Content is driven by multiple interviews with employers and alumni.

Wed. Apr 28, 2021
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Mary Cannon - Business Career Advisor, Department of Career Development
Series: School of Business Professional Development Program: APPROVED ELECTIVE WORKSHOP

Competencies:

NACE: Digital Technology NACE: Global/Intercultural Fluency NACE: Professionalism/Work Ethic NACE: Teamwork/Collaboration

-4/50 seats remaining

Opportunities in Current Environmental Issues

Required for Jade

This workshop is intended to introduce students to the ten hour service requirement for the Jade certificate. Dan DeZarn, Director of the Office for Sustainability, will introduce attendees to local projects they can participate in and resources for personal sustainability projects. He will show students online resources for getting involved with the Office, and keeping up to date with the college's sustainability initiatives.

Thu. Apr 29, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Dan DeZarn - Director of Sustainability

20/25 seats remaining

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LinkedIn, Creating a Professional Profile

Required for School of Business Professional Development Certificate Certificate (School of Business)

Harness the full potential of LinkedIn! Participants will learn how to maximize the platform to articulate their personal brand, build their network, and learn from industry experts. Best practices to create a profile that gets results and insider’s tips will be shared, ensuring even the most advanced users the opportunity to learn something new!

Thu. Apr 29, 2021
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Mary Cannon - Business Career Advisor, Department of Career Development
Series: School of Business Professional Development Program: REQUIRED WORKSHOP

Competencies:

NACE: Career Management NACE: Critical Thinking/Problem Solving NACE: Global/Intercultural Fluency NACE: Oral/Written Communications NACE: Teamwork/Collaboration

26/50 seats remaining

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Detox to Unveil Your Best Self

The average newborn baby is born with over 232 chemicals in its system, while the average adult has over 700 chemicals in their body. Toxins such as heavy metals have been linked to a list of neuropsychiatric symptoms that present as difficulty studying, inability to concentrate, poor memory, and brain fog. While it is impossible to completely eliminate toxins from our environment, there are ways we can both limit our exposure, and enhance our body's ability to filter them out. In this class, you will learn what common sources of exposure are, as well as some simple ways to use nutrition to reduce overall toxic burden, thus allowing for improved immune function, increased energy, enhanced attention span, and easier weight management

Thu. Apr 29, 2021
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Dr. Heather Carrera - Nutrition and Wellness Manager, Campus Auxiliary Services
Series: Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds

0/25 seats remaining

Life event funds and Living Debt free

We have all heard of emergency funds before, but what about saving money for good things in life? We will learn how to put money aside for life events in places that are accessible and still grow. Additionally, what does it mean to be debt-free? Sometimes paying minimums make sense while we build up our savings and we will cover debt paydown ideas.

Thu. Apr 29, 2021
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Frank Randall, MPA - Business Development Manager & Financial Specialist, Alliance Advisory Group
Nicholas Chiera '20 - Business Development Associate, Alliance Advisory Group
Series: Wealth Steps: Your work. Your life. Your money. Balanced.

15/25 seats remaining

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Title IX & the Title IX Grievance Policy

An interactive and informative workshop that will allow participants to work through a case study and discuss the ways in which sexual violence impacts Geneseo and how to best support those affected by such trauma.

Fri. Apr 30, 2021
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Marcus Foster - Title IX Coordinator

13/25 seats remaining

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Reflections in Current Environmental Issues

Required for Jade

This workshop is intended for those who have completed the ten hour service requirement for Jade. This workshop will discuss the completed service projects and how those projects can be continued. The workshop attendees will discuss what they enjoyed about their experiences and how the completed service aligns with their sustainability goals.

Tue. May 04, 2021
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Dan DeZarn - Director of Sustainability

18/25 seats remaining

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Networking 101

Required for Career Leadership Management Certificate Required for School of Business Professional Development Certificate Certificate (School of Business)

Learn the value of networking during all stages of career development. Gather insight and strategies for networking in person and online. Practice introducing yourself to a contact or employer and discuss ways to differentiate your application and personal brand. Let’s grow your network!

Wed. May 05, 2021
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Mary Cannon - Business Career Advisor, Department of Career Development
Series: School of Business Professional Development Program: REQUIRED WORKSHOP

Competencies:

NACE: Career Management NACE: Critical Thinking/Problem Solving NACE: Global/Intercultural Fluency NACE: Oral/Written Communications NACE: Teamwork/Collaboration

-4/50 seats remaining

Budgeting and Cash Flow Mapping

In this workshop, we will talk about the differences between budgeting and cash flow mapping. Budgeting can be like a fad diet, it usually only works for a few months and can be hard to maintain. We will learn how to do a cashflow map, I will provide a workbook at the end and we will learn how to tell our money where to go vs asking where it went.

Thu. May 06, 2021
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Frank Randall, MPA - Business Development Manager & Financial Specialist, Alliance Advisory Group
Nicholas Chiera '20 - Business Development Associate, Alliance Advisory Group
Series: Wealth Steps: Your work. Your life. Your money. Balanced.

17/25 seats remaining

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Herbs and Your Health

Come learn how to use herbs for common health issues, including stress, anxiety, and sleep!

Tue. May 11, 2021
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Virtual Workshop: A link to this workshop will appear 15-minutes prior to the start of this workshop.

Instructor(s):
Dr. Heather Carrera - Nutrition and Wellness Manager, Campus Auxiliary Services
Series: Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds

3/25 seats remaining