|April||4/22/2015 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM||Administrative Professionals Day Breakfast|
Please join us for the annual celebration of Administrative Professionals at Dartmouth on Wednesday, April 22, from 8:30 - 10:00 am at Collis Common Ground. (Seating is Limited)
This is a chance to relax and enjoy, to meet and reconnect with other administrative professionals from across campus, and for Dartmouth to express its appreciation for all that you do throughout the year.
|4/22/2015 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM||There's an App for That! Using Apps for Everyday Productivity|
Are you interested in apps that can help with everyday productivity? Or just interesting resourceful apps in general? This workshop will introduce some everyday apps and demonstrate their basic features. Apps that will be demonstrated include: One Receipt, Evernote, Feedly, Tellagami, Google Docs, Adobe Voice, and more! This workshop is accessible to participants of all experience levels and hands-on time is included.
Location: 37 Dewey Field Road, Room 334
|4/22/2015 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM||Writing and Editing for the Web|
Want to learn how to craft website content that provides clear information, engages visitors, and represents your department? Join Content Strategist Sarah Maxell Crosby and Editorial Director Elizabeth Kelsey, both of Information Technology Services at Dartmouth, to learn how to get your website noticed.
|4/22/2015 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM||My Computer Ate My Data and Stole My Money|
Information you store, analyze and transmit digitally is often vitally important to your work and personal life. If unprotected, your computer is a gateway to thieves and hackers, who can access and modify Dartmouth records, personal information, and other confidential items. Your devices can also be hijacked to attack the network and limit everyone's access. Unauthorized access to information could also expose you or the College to financial and compliance risks. Protecting your information is easy. Learn how by attending this seminar.
|4/23/2015 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM||Underground Tunnel Tour|
Take a tour of the Steam Tunnels under the Green! Please note, entering the tunnel, participants must negotiate steep ladder-stairs and then climb up multiple flights of stairs to exit at Moore Hall on the north side of campus. Comfortable footwear is recommended; hard hats will be provided. Entire tour takes approximately one hour.
|4/23/2015 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM||Behind the Scenes at the HOP|
Learn the secrets of the Hop: This fascinating one-hour tour takes you behind the scenes at the Hopkins Center, the cultural hub of the Dartmouth campus. We will go backstage at the Spaulding Auditorium, into the prop area at the Moore Theater, visit the dressing rooms, the costume area, the projection booth, and more! Don’t miss this unique opportunity to unleash your inner thespian.
|4/23/2015 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM||Twenty Questions|
A fun-filled scavenger hunt! Answer questions! Win stuff!
Teams must consist of two to four people.
|4/24/2015 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM||Managing Upward: Forging Effective Relationships with Those Above and Around You|
Working successfully with one’s supervisor is critical to workplace success and satisfaction. 'Managing Upward' helps participants consciously develop highly effective relationships with their supervisors, and learn to obtain the best possible results for themselves, their boss, their peers and their organization.
Participants will discuss:
-What managing up is
-What managing up is not
-Why we want to manage up
-Who benefits from managing up
-Tips for building a relationship with your manager
|4/24/2015 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM||Career Growth: How to Create Effective Cover Letters and Resumes|
Are you in a career rut but nervous about stepping back out into the job market? This workshop helps you to take the first steps. Beau Benson, Senior Recruitment Consultant at Dartmouth College, will show how to press the “refresh” button on your cover letter and resume and market your skills and experience in the most effective way.
|4/24/2015 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM||True Colors|
True Colors is a model for understanding oneself and others based on self-identified preferences and styles and how each person falls within the spectrum of four color categories. Each person has elements of all the four styles or types, generally with one being more dominant. The True Colors workshop is a fun and easy way to recognize the different strengths and styles we all bring to our work and our relationships and can help us understand how we can best communicate with others.