Fall 2013 Workshop Schedule
Workshop Descriptions (listed alphabetically)
Body Image: Know someone who has body image concerns? Have you yourself dealt with eating issues? Eating disorders affect people of all ages, but are espe-cially prominent among college students. Come learn more about the disorder and ways to seek help.
Coping with Grief and Loss: Loss of a close friend or family member may seem impossible to recover from, & the impact can affect all aspects of life. Learn strategies to manage your feelings.
How to Succeed in MATH: Don’t freeze up – ease up! Conquer your math anxiety!
I don’t have a RESUME – How Do I Get Started? We’ll review the basic components every resume needs & discuss how to best market yourself using this important professional document.
Ingredients for Success: What does it take to be successful? Come join this fun workshop to see.
Note-taking: Do you know how to take good notes? Learn proven techniques that are tied to better grades.
Organizing Your Time: Time management tips and techniques to help you realize just where did the time go … and how to prioritize all that you need to do.
Preparing for College Tests: Learn to attack that test with proven strategies. Nothing beats good test preparation but there are ways to tackle that test.
Preparing for Final Exams: Don’t despair – prepare!
Relationships: How can you find more fulfillment in interpersonal relationships? What makes healthy, positive relationships? What’s the female role? Male role? Here is a fun opportunity to learn more…
Self Esteem - Respect Yourself!
Stress Management: Is stress getting the best of you? Come learn ways to cope with these feelings productively.
The Way to an ‘A’: (for Adult Students): Let’s talk about the strategies that will help make you successful in your classes.
Time Management (for Adult Students): With so much on your plate, let’s talk about techniques to prioritize and accomplish what you need to.
Transfer Info for BUSINESS Majors: a general transfer information session for students planning to transfer to four-year colleges as Business majors.
Transfer Information: Planning to transfer? Let’s talk about what you need to plan to do.