Leadership in Motion
What the Heck Do I Say? Translating Student Leadership Experience in Resumes and Job Interviews
Join Career Services and Student Activities and Leadership for a unique, interactive workshop about making your student leadership experience really count on resumes and job interviews, regardless of major of field. What do you write? What do you say? Leave with a tangible plan to make yourself really stand out as a candidate.
Friday, February 7. 12-2. McGauvran 410. Lunch included. Sign-ups are limited and required at www.uml.edu/clubs under campus links
Professional Development Series: Microsaggressions: Subtle but Detrimental
The Professional Development series explores various topics for student leaders both on campus and as they embark on their professional journeys. This session will be presented by Szu-Hui Lee, Ph.D, to develop a deeper understanding and awareness of the impacts and costs of microaggressions, subtle statements and behaviors that unconsciously communicate denigrating messages to persons of minority communities. This presentation will explore the danger of microaggressions and its cumulating effects on those being discriminated against as well as and the psychological dilemmas experienced by both the perpetrators and the recipients of microaggressions.
Wednesday, February 12. Alumni Hall. Dinner 4:30. Presentation 5pm. Casual attire. Sign-ups are required at www.uml.edu/clubs under campus links
Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges
If you are a junior or senior involved student with a 2.5 cumulative GPA, then you want to apply for this prestigious award! Recipients are honored at a special ceremony with guest on 3/30. Seniors are given a student leader stole for Commencement and are also included in the program.
Apply at uml.edu/clubs by February 3 at 11pm.
7thAnnual Spring Leadership Conference
Don’t miss out on this one-of-a-kind experience to build relationships with other students who are passionate and excited about leadership. Explore topics such as communication, conflict and life balance.
Saturday, February 22 9:00-3pm. Lunch included. Sign up at www.uml.edu/clubs under campus links
The Strive Program is an 8 week personal leadership development program that combines group work with individual learning. Participants will have the opportunity to take the time tested Student Leadership Practices Inventory (SLI) and discover their own best leadership behaviors. Students will be able to work with a personally assigned coach to see how these behaviors impact their everyday lives as students and leaders, and utilize social media to continue learning at their own pace.
The program should take about 20 hours in total from mid February to the end of April. Visit uml.edu/studentactivities for full program information and the sign up link. Link also available at www.uml.edu/clubsunder campus links.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Amy_Liss@uml.edu