If you want to strengthen the relationship with your supervisor and learn strategies that can also be applied to any future employee-supervisor relationships you may have, this workshop is for you! In this interactiveworkshop, you’ll have an opportunity to:
Gain insights into both your own behavior and your bosses’
Identify ways to adapt your style to get the best relationship you can with your supervisor
Literacy Innovations for Teachers: Urban Partnership!
Join us for a special reception in appreciation of those who contributed to this partnership. Because of their support, the LIFT UP! program is really making a difference for the teachers and students of the Oakland Diocese.
The Center for Regional Economy's Business Idea Competition on March 4 in the Soda Center is your opportunity to practice pitching your unique business idea. Selected presenters will have an opportunity to work with industry expert coaches and further develop their idea and pitch before the competition.
The Kalmanovitz School of Education at Saint Mary's College of California will host an All- Program Information Session for Prospective Students on Saturday, February 1, from 10:00am to 12:00pm, in Hagerty Lounge in De La Salle Hall. Please rsvp here.
On Saturday, February 22, from 8:30am to 1:00pm in the Saint Mary's College Soda Center, the Kalmanovitz School of Education will host a presentation by ESL educator, Jo Gusman, entitled, "Differentiated Strategies for Diverse Learners." Registration is $65 and includes both breakfast and lunch. Register here.