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This session is for managers of staff. In this session, supervisors will learn the most important strategies for them to implement in order to effectively manage their teams even as they work from home. This will include team engagement and community, coaching and feedback, and managing work.
This will be offered every other week in April and then monthly after that. Register online
Building an anti-racist practice requires more than simply addressing racism as it manifests at the individual level. We must work to understand the ways in which racism is built into the systems and structures of our society, how these systems significantly impact the lives of racialized and marginalized communities, and how we can take direct action to address structural inequities.
SJC Live is a virtual space for expanding our individual and collective capacities to manifest transformative social change. Together, we will open conversation that centers the people and work of racial justice movements, and calls us into solidarity through anti-racist action.
To participate, visit facebook.com/SocialJusticeCtr.
Attendees will discuss an overview of the technology and team/communication skills necessary to work on a remote team. By the end of this session, learners will understand how the technology available to them to work outside of the office, and they’ll be exposed to tips and tricks for building accountability and ensuring support on their teams during this time.
This is being offered once a week in April and will be monthly after that. Register online.
Time: 11:00 am-1:00 pm PST
Television and commercial producer Tina Densmore Bell ’08 breaks down what you need to know to be successful and get hired as on on-set production assistant. Bell will also provide an update on how production is being impacted by COVID-19.
(Virtually) come and find out more information about what it means to be an International Student Peer Mentor. The Residential Education team at Emerson is ready to answer any questions you may have and give you information about the position. The application link will be posted by Friday, April 3!
Hosted by: Office of Housing & Residential Education (OHRE)
Additional Information can be found at: https://emconnect.emerson.edu/event/5687953
Attendees will learn how to start and host Zoom meetings, with a focus on (a) efficiency when coordinating meetings, and (b) engaging their audience and running effective meetings.
This is being offered twice a week in April and will be monthly after that. Register online.
Time: 5:00-7:00 PST
Industry-leading brand architect, marketing strategist, and Emerson LA faculty instructor Kent Rees will give his advice to new graduates looking for their first job in entertainment. Students interested in careers in marketing, PR, communications, or anywhere in the business are encouraged to join.
Kent will review resumes and provide feedback to any students who would like to submit one. It doesn’t matter if you think you’re light on experience or don’t have the right skill listed — Kent will help make your resume sell you!