Workshops And Programs
Workshops and Programs
Planning for 2018-19 Workshops and Programs are in the works! Please check back in August for more information.
Skill Development Sessions
During these interactive sessions, students will learn about the career-readiness competencies necessary for workplace success. Participation in these workshops is required for students participating in the MU-SCORE Workforce Traineeship Program. The majority of these sessions (unless otherwise noted) are also open and available to all students interested in learning more about and refining their career-readiness skills.
Skill Development Sessions – 12:05 p.m. in SMC Room 24 (unless otherwise noted)
Thursday, May 17 –Pre Service Orientation/Professionalism/Productivity (1 hr) This session is only open to traineeship students
Thursday, June 21 - Oral/Written Communications and Leadership (1 hr)
Thursday, July 19 - Global/Intercultural Fluency and Digital Technology (1 hr)
Thursday, August 16- Student Celebration/Wrap Up/Lessons Learned (1 hr) This session is only open to traineeship students
More details about topics and outcomes for each session:
- In the Professionalism/Productivity Workshop, students will reflect on their current experiences and assess themselves in each of the competency areas. They will write a note to self and develop 3 short-term and long-term goals to accomplish by the end of the semester.
- During the Oral/Written Communications session, students will develop 30-second elevator pitches in preparation for meeting employers at Millersville University’s Job and Internship Fair. Experienced Human Resources professionals will also share advice for making good professional impressions at Job Fairs and other networking events.
- At the Digital Technology workshop, students will conduct research on a chosen social media platform and explore how this information connects to their current experiences and future careers. Students will also have the opportunity to either create or update their LinkedIn Profile.
- During the Global/Intercultural Fluency workshop, students will hear more about the 3 keys to cultural competence and participate in activities to help build cultural complexity, empathy, and curiosity.
- During the final session, students will reflect on their semester journey and revisit their assessments of their professional competencies. They will also review their notes to self and evaluate their progress towards achieving the short-term and long-term goals they identified at the beginning of the semester.
Experiential Learning & Career Management hosts internship clinics introducing students to the credit-bearing internship program. The internship clinics will provide students:
- What are the eligibility requirements to seek internships for academic credits
- What does the process for receiving academic credits entail; what are the steps
- How to prepare for the internship search (resume and interviewing coaching)
- What are the academic requirements once an internship is secured for academic credits
It may seem challenging to know where to begin and one of our internship clinics will show you how easy it is to navigate the internship search process! Stop by and have your questions answered.
Thursday, September 7th at noon
Tuesday, October 23rd at noon
Tuesday, October 30th at noon
Wednesday, November 7th at noon
Monday, November 12th at noon
Where? Student Memorial Center (SMC) Robert L. Slabinski Atrium