Are you passionate about the environment, your community, human rights or other social issues? Do you desire to make a difference in the world but are not sure where to start or how to get there?
The Magner Career Center is pleased to offer a leadership and skills-building boot camp on Tuesday, June 25 where students will explore non-profit and social impact career paths.
Boot Camp participants will:
· Increase awareness of exciting career paths within fields that have social impact including non-profit, social entrepreneurship, government, and philanthropy, among others.
· Participate in interactive and skills-building trainings with Echoing Green’s Work on Purpose <http://www.echoinggreen.org/our-programs/work-purpose> and Dale Carnegie Training <http://www.dalecarnegie.com/> .
· Hear from Keynote Speaker Tammy Tibbetts, founder of the organization She’s the First <http://www.shesthefirst.org/> .
· Better understand terminology, job functions, and skill sets valued by employers in non-profit and social impact areas.
· Expand networks with Brooklyn College alumni professionals and learn how to leverage these relationships.
· Learn how to become competitive for opportunities after graduation while also making a difference.
Skills to Change the World Boot Camp: An inside look at non-profit & social impact career paths
This exciting full day career exploration workshop includes leadership trainings facilitated by Brooklyn College external partners, job and career building activities, and networking opportunities with alumni and professionals.
Date and Location: Tuesday, June 25, 2013 at the Brooklyn College Student Center
Time: 9am to 5pm (Full day participation is required)
Please register here: http://tinyurl.com/BC-STCTWBootCamp
Priority registration deadline is May 20. When you register, please say you learned of the event from the LGBTQ Studies FB page.
Space is limited to 50 students only! We will notify you within 3 to 4 business days if you are accepted into the program. Please do not register to attend if you are unable to commit to the full day. For students with classes, internships or jobs that may conflict, we are happy to write a letter of acceptance to the program to your supervisor or instructor for consideration. If you have any questions about eligibility or other aspects of the program, please email Suzanne Grossman at firstname.lastname@example.org. When you contact Suzanne, please say you learned of the event from the LGBTQ Studies’s WP page.