What does “Being Professional Really Mean?” April 24
”Professionalism encompasses a variety of attributes. As you are job searching, you may ask yourself what is expected of a professional? We will explore this fluid concept through discussion and guidance. Join us Wednesday, April 24 12PM-1PM in Meriam 172 as we explore the concept of how professionalism is judged, what characteristics are appreciated by supervisors, and what you can do to acquire your dream job.”
Presented by Sarah Lasnik who is an alumnus of CSU, Chico and the University of Mississippi. She has worked at 3 institutions within the last 5 years. Currently she is the Residence Community Coordinator for University Village within the Dept. of Housing and Food Service. She enjoys developing student leaders into professionals and encouraging individuals to explore their future endeavors.
This workshop is brought you by the Cross-Cultural Leadership Center as part of Competitive EDGE: Preparing Students to Compete Professionally workshop series. This workshop series is designed to give you the opportunity to learn from current professionals about what it takes to start your career and have a professional edge over everyone else!
For more information please contact us at 530-898-4101 or firstname.lastname@example.org.