June 21-July 12, 2002
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U.Va. offers to share traffic costs
Job talk -- myths and realities
To the point -- with David Evans
Students create Rotunda mosaic

U.Va., World Wildlife Fund sign agreement

In Memoriam
Notable -- awards and achievements of faculty and staff
Dante Germino dies in train accident
Season tickets available
Employees: How to get back to school
After Hours -- Gayle Noble
Study discovers effects of exercise in women on HRT

Employees: How to get back to school

Let’s say you’ve been working for 10 or 20 years, and you’ve decided it’s time to go back to school to further your education or career. Employee Career Services is offering a workshop, Back to the Books: How to be a Successful Student, for the first time July 31 to help employees get prepared. The office is looking for input from interested U.Va. workers to make sure they address as many questions as possible.

The workshop will cover how to: decide what programs and/or courses to take, handle placement tests, develop personal support networks and discuss plans and schedules with supervisors. You’ll also learn about U.Va.’s educational benefits.

Interested individuals who have finished high school or the equivalent are encouraged to send questions or topics to Emily Bardeen at ebardeen@virginia.edu. She also welcomes feedback from employees who have already taken this leap and might have advice to share with others.

Other workshops

July 10. Exploring What You Like, Doing What You Love: Using the Strong Interest Explorer for Career Planning. 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

July 17. CHOICES: Creating a Structured Career Plan for Satisfying Work. 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

July 24. Speak for Yourself: How to Shine in Interviews and Conversation with Supervisors. 8:30 a.m.-noon.

Registration: 243-5998. Location provided with registration confirmation. See Web site for updates and additional events: http://www.hrs.virginia.edu/career.html. For information, e-mail Emily Bardeen at ebardeen @virginia.edu or call 4-4343. (Employee Career Svcs.)


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