Business, Work & College Success
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Time Management for Success
Are you feeling overwhelmed with your daily routine or planning a special upcoming event? Regardless of the number of demands on your daily life, there are proven and practical time management techniques to alleviate the stress and become more efficient. Through simple exercises, learn to establish priorities, identify “time robbers” and develop an action plan.
CE-PRSDV 2150, 1 Sat., Aug. 25, 1:00-4:00 pm, KNC-3, $40. H Cuevas. #5048
How to Schmooze
Do you hate walking into a room where you don’t know anyone? If you want to make connections for professional or personal reasons, effective schmoozing is essential and may yield many benefits: a promotion at work, a date, or investor interest. Learn how to schmooze without being fake. Learn key techniques, participate in various exercises, and get individualized feedback
CE-PRSDV 2072, 1 Sat., Aug. 4, 12:30-4:30 pm, KNC-2, $50. H Cuevas. #5045
Assertive Communication Skills in the Workplace
Are you shy about speaking up? Learn how to successfully communicate by developing winning speech patterns, focusing on the audience, and rehearsing! Discover techniques to get your point across in a credible and self-assured manner. Through simple exercises, learn to voice your opinions, avoid interruptions, and make valuable contributions.
CE-PRSDV 2065, 2 Sat., Aug. 18 & 25, 8:00 am-12:30 pm, KNC-3, $95. H Cuevas. #5046
Public Speaking with Ease
Develop proficiency in public speaking through techniques, practice, and feedback. Each participant will deliver 5 speeches, each falling into a traditionally recognized category: anecdote, informative, persuasive, virtue, and tribute. You’ll also learn oral interpretation by speaking from prepared texts.
CE-COMM 2004, 6 Mon., June 4-July 16 (skip 7/2), 7:00-9:00 pm, KNC-2, $125. S Horowitz. #5041
Business Writing that Counts!
Make every word count to get the business results you seek! Develop your writing skills for the business world and learn to create documents (proposals, reports, letters, emails, and agendas) that will give you that extra edge in the workplace. Review basic writing concepts (spelling, grammar, and punctuation), and get an overview of the most common business documents.
CE-WRITG 2054, 2 Sat., July 7 & 14, 12:30-
5:00 pm, KNC-3, $95. H Cuevas. #5043
For those who want a math brush-up before tackling college-level math classes. This refresher class covers skills in basic math through algebra.
CE-BSKLS 1003, 8 Tues., June 5-July 24, 6:00-
8:00 pm, Room TBD, $160 (+ $20 materials fee, payable to instructor). S Zidan. #5446
A Survival Guide for Women in Business
Within the hierarchy of corporate culture, the rules of protocol aren’t always clear; missteps can be damaging to your career. Learn how to avoid the pitfalls from this seasoned Wall Street veteran who has spent over 20 years in this fiercely competitive industry.
CE-FIN 2066, 1 Tues., June 19, 6:30-8:30 pm,
KNC-2, $25. T Lashchyk. #5998
Mock Interview Workshop
Make a winning impression by using verbal and non-verbal techniques to highlight your strengths. This interactive class will discuss proper interviewing etiquette, how to respond to difficult questions, the importance of researching the prospective employer, and follow-up procedures after the interview. Resumes will be reviewed and evaluated. Practice interviewing and get individualized feedback. Bring paper copy of current resume and cover letter.
CE-JBPRP 2023, 1 Sat., Aug. 18, 1:00-5:00 pm, KNC-3, $50. H Cuevas. #5047
New Career Directions: Individual Sessions
Meet individually with Nationally Certified Career Counselor Gloria Goldstein to explore, clarify, and generate your personal career objectives or develop a resume and job search plan. A 90-minute session is $110. To schedule your appointment, call 914-606-6528 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Displaced Homemakers/Project Transition
Office Technology Training Program for Career Re-Entry
This intensive program provides qualified displaced homemakers the opportunity to learn current, marketable skills to return to the workforce. There is no cost to eligible participants (single parents, widowed, disabled spouse, divorced, separated, unemployed spouse). All applicants must be unemployed or underemployed, and must provide proof of Displaced Homemaker status according
to NYS Department of Labor guidelines.
Learn current computer skills:
Learn job search skills:
Online job search
Group & Individual Career Counseling
Contact us to find out if you are eligible; call 914-606-5628 or email Alice.Walsh@sunywcc.edu