303: Building Professionalism Skills for the 21st Century Workplace in your AU Course or Program

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    Presenters: Caron Martinez (Senior Director, Kogod Center for Professionalism and Communications), Jason Fabrikant (Senior Professorial Lecturer, SPA-Justice, Law & Criminology / Interim Director, SPA Leadership Program), Karolina Koppany (Coordinator, Kogod Center for Professionalism and Communications), Aniyah Woods (Class of 2025, BAE major, KSB)

    Time: 1:45 PM – 3:00 PM

    Session Description  

    The Kogod Center for Professionalism and Communications invites you to learn what professionalism skills employers value and how to involve students in acquiring these emotionally intelligent, collaborative, and accountable ways of being in your classroom communities. We’ll share how we coach Kogod students to become communicators who demonstrate the Four C’s: being Clear, Concise, Credible, and Creative. We’ll discuss resources and activities to improve students’ teamwork and accountability while achieving your learning objectives.

    *The Center Uses the terminology and attributes for Career Readness defined by the National Association of Colleges and Employers

    Learning Outcomes

    • Identify career readiness attributes* that students need to succeed in the workplace that can be practiced and reinforced in any AU course or program including but not limited to teamwork, communications, and critical thinking
    • Explain how to infuse these attributes in their course or program using techniques and activities from the Center for Professionalism and Communications

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