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Mount St. Joseph University Career & Experiential Learning Event: Inclusive Connections: Utilizing Your Strengths to Leverage Meaningful Campus Partnerships
You are cordially invited to attend the 1st annual Inclusive Connections: Utilizing your Strengths and Talents to Leverage Meaningful Partnerships workshop presented by the Career & Experiential Education Center at Mount St. Joseph University on Thursday, June 20, 2019 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in the Corona Room. This workshop will focus on ways recruiters and employers develop intentional relationships with a diverse array of students while creating inclusive work places and spaces for the 21st century students and young alumni.
Simultaneously, participants receive a basic introduction on how to leverage their 5 Signature Strengths to ensure successful partnerships inside and outside of their organizations. All participants will receive a “Strengths Based Leadership” book prior to the workshop to complete the StrengthsFinder assessment, located in the back of the book. After completing the assessment, send a list of your top 5 Strengths via email to Career.Center@msj.edu by Friday, June 7th, 2019. Cost is $159 per person. Continental breakfast, snacks and refreshments will be provided.
Please register with credit card by calling Nicole Rottmueller-Jones at (513) 244-4217. For more information, please contact the Career & Experiential Education Center at (513) 244-4888 or firstname.lastname@example.org . Space is limited to 25 available seats.
Brittany Arthur Mellon is an Assistant Professor within the Division of Experience Based Learning and Career Education at the University of Cincinnati (UC). In this role she oversees the cooperative education program for computer engineering students. This role allows her develop strong relationships with students and employers, to ensure the creation of meaningful and mutually beneficial experiential opportunities. Brittany is a student-centered educator who is dedicated to student success through transformative learning. She is a certified Strengths Coach and is passionate about helping individuals increase their self-awareness and explore opportunities to use their strengths to ensure long-term career success. Brittany has a bachelor’s degree in Communication, a masters degree in Education, and is currently pursuing a PhD in Action Research.
Nicole Rottmueller-Jones, M.S.Ed. is a Career & Co-op Coordinator at Mount St. Joseph University with over 10 years of experience working in higher education (who was a 1st Generation College student). She teaches Foundations of Professionalism courses and Branding courses at the Mount. She is a member of the Faculty/Staff Professional Ally Affinity Group, as well as the advisor for Rainbow Alliance student organization. She recently was selected to serve on the NACE (National Association of Colleges and Employers) Inclusion, Equity and Affinity Committee for the 2019-2020 academic year.
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