The workshop agenda and presentations are available on the event website.
GW students must log on to the echo360 system to view the recordings in the same manner they log into Blackboard. Please note that the camera angle does not allow you to see the seated presenters. You should be able to hear each presenter and see their slides with no issues, though.
CityBridge is seeking a Program Manager, Stewardship and Engagement who will provide opportunities for philanthropic and business leaders to learn about and actively engage in D.C.’s education ecosystem. Through signature programming that includes guided school tours and education-themed book discussions, special events that convene thought leaders, education practitioners, and “stewards” around important topics and speakers, and high-touch relationship, the Stewardship team strives to be a resource and advisor to the philanthropic community. 4-6 years of experience is desired, as well as an event planning/project management background, and experience in the field of education is also strongly preferred.
Organization: CityBridge Foundation
Job Title: Program Manager, Stewardship and Engagement
GW Position ID: 822445
Location: Washington, DC
Apply through GWork ASAP at http://gwork.gwu.edu/.
The University Writing Center was able to arrange special-project funding from the Office of Online Learning and Academic Innovation, focusing primarily on students enrolled in GW’s online courses.
Hours of operation are Tuesday2-8PM, Wednesday 12-6, and Thursday 12-6. Our summer session extends from Wednesday, June 3 to Thursday, August 13.
Scheduling can be handled through our online system at gwu.mywconline.com. Students currently have access to two appointments per week, with one hour of appointments per day. Appointments are available in 25- and 50-minute sessions. All conferencing appointments through the University Writing Center are available free to current members of the GW community.
Appointments for Students in Online Courses
Appointments for students enrolled in online courses–and we have a few of those this summer within the program–can be made up to one week (7 days) in advance. These meetings involve a collaborative discussion over the phone, of writing shared through e-mail. Students receive instructions for sending materials and contacting the Center upon making the appointment.
Appointments for Students in On-Campus Courses
Our funding agreement also allows us to offer appointments to students in on-campus courses, once we’ve allowed for priority scheduling for online students. Appointments for students taking face-to-face classes can be made within 48 hours before a given session and are also available on a walk-in basis, if openings remain.
General questions from students can be addressed via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will respond to e-mail during our operating hours.
Scrum Alliance, a nonprofit professional association, is seeking a Program Manager to fulfill a key role within the Education team. This individual will develop relationships with our community members and volunteers, with various levels of programmatic administrative work related to individuals attaining and maintaining their Scrum Alliance certifications. This position may require occasional travel.
Learn more and apply online at http://careerhq.asaecenter.org/jobs/7222885.