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|3:30 pm Dec 19th||Wednesday Workshops Cole Library|
Wednesday Workshop is an art and science program that runs throughout the school year. Each event features a project or experiment that is geared toward elementary-aged children. Wednesday Workshops are held every other Wednesday from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in Room 108. There are 20 slots available. Please call 895-4271 to reserve your spot. If you have reserved your spot but are unable to come please also call this number so another friend may participate.
December 5 - Candy Molecules
December 19 - Coding Ornaments
Please RSVP to 895-4271 so we have enough supplies for everyone. This event is free and open to the public.
|6:00 pm Jan 17th||POWER Critical Leadership Workshop: Leading and Living Beyond Inclusion and Equity Thomas Commons|
The final workshop in Intercultural Life's POWER Critical Leadership Program takes all that students have learned through the first three workshops to help build knowledge and practice of equitable leadership skills that help to empower others. This event is open to all students, faculty, and staff.
|3:00 pm Jan 21st||Sleep, Academics, and Health Workshop Thomas Commons|
Sleep deprivation is common among college students and has been associated with poor academic performance and physical dysfunction. This workshop includes discussion on the importance of sleep as it relates to academic performance and well-being.
|11:30 am Jan 22nd||Career Bootcamp: Internship Search Strategies Thomas Commons|
Searching for an internship? Join the Berry Career Institute for this workshop to learn search strategies, the types of internships that are available, and ways to fund them. Attendees will be entered into a drawing for a $25 Amazon gift card! Bring your lunch and your laptop.
|11:30 am Jan 24th||Career Bootcamp: LinkedIn: How-To & Why It's Worthwhile Thomas Commons|
Join this hands-on workshop with the Berry Career Institute where you’ll walk away with a functional LinkedIn profile. We’ll provide general information about LinkedIn and how it works, provide tips and tricks for getting your information noticed by employers and recruiters, and spend time creating your profile. Attendees will be entered into a drawing for a $25 Amazon gift card! Bring your lunch and your laptop.
|11:30 am Jan 25th||Career Bootcamp: Personal Statements & Cover Letters Thomas Commons|
Whether you are applying to graduate programs or for a career, you will need a personal statement or cover letter. It must effectively and concisely describe who you are and why you are suited for your intended path, and also demonstrate your writing skills. This can make or break your application! This workshop will be co-presented by Mark Kendall from the Berry Career Institute and Laura Farmer from the Writing Studio. Attendees will be entered into a drawing for a $25 Amazon gift card! Bring your lunch and your laptop.
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