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Devote an hour of time to your own professional development with our highly engaging lunchtime webinar series throughout the year. Free to members, enhance your knowledge as a professional and learn from your peers and other subject matter experts.


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UPCOMING WEBINARS LISTED BELOW

Webinar: Budgeting Essentials: Practical Tools for CE Financial Management - March 29th - Noon-1:00 (Visit Recording link above) 

Webinar: City Mouse or Country Mouse? Contract Training Tips for your Region - April 24th - Noon-1:00

Webinar:  Advocacy for CE - May 10, 2019 - Noon-1:00

Webinar: Higher Education and Mental Health: How Trauma and Adversity Impact Academic Resilience  - June 20, 2019 - Noon-1:00


 

Announcing CEANY Brown Bag Webinars (free to members!)

Don’t miss out on CEANY’s series of lunch-time Brown Bag Webinars throughout the year.

Do something important for YOU! Devote just an hour of time to your own professional development and networking!

Details for the CEANY Brown Bag Webinar, Wednesday April 24, 2019  from Noon to 1:00 EST* 

Title: City Mouse or Country Mouse? Contract Training Tips for your Region

Description: Contract Training is vital for workforce development in your region. Two community colleges will discuss best practices for contract training based on your region. Participants will:    

  • Learn how to develop a contract training plan unique to your region;
  • Discuss contact development practices;
  • Share best practices for finding high-quality trainers;
  • Discuss funding to support employers' needs;
  • Share follow-up techniques to ensure customer satisfaction and increase repeat business

Presenter: Kim Kendall, Senior Director, Adult and Continuing Education, LaGuardia Community College. Jeanne Eschbach, Executive Director of Workforce Education and Academic Pathways, SUNY Corning Community College

 

Kim Kendall is an MBA graduate with over 15 years of experience in designing successful adult education programs in Higher Education. Proven track record of leading high profile complex initiatives and creating innovative public-private partnerships and creating complex contract, grant and tuition-based budgets.   Her specialties include budgeting, business process mapping, employee development/training and strategic leadership.

Jeanne Eschbach is the Executive Director of Workforce Education and Pathways at SUNY Corning Community College. Previous positions include: Dean of Continuing Education and Graduate Studies at Elmira College; Asst. Dean, School of Global and Professional Programs at Marist College and Director of Continuing Education at Corning Community College. Jeanne's degrees include: MA, Binghamton University and a BA, University of Pennsylvania. She also holds a Certificate of Mastery in Prior Learning Assessment from CAEL. Additionally, she completed the Chairs Leadership Academy through Maricopa Community College. Locally, she serves as the Chairperson of Corning Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, and as a member of the Chemung County Chamber of Commerce Business and Education Roundtable, Southern Tier Economic Growth (STEG) Board, and Chemung-Schuyler-Steuben Workforce New York Board of Directors. 

When:             Wednesday, April 24, 2019

                        Noon to 1:00, EST*

(Can’t make the Webinar?  Register for it and you will receive the recording link to view at a later time!)

How:            Click Here                           

Invite your colleagues to these Brown Bag Lunch sessions to maximize your professional development experience and as always, feel free to participate with your mouth full (and your mute button on)!

Brought to you by the CEANY Professional Development Committee:

Co-Chairs: Lisa Raposo (SUNY Center for Professional Development) and Michelle Thibault (SUNY Oneonta)

Committee members: Dana Lennon, Esq. (Hostos CC), George Rosales (John Jay College of Criminal Justice), Wendy Welling (SUNY Brockport/Rochester EOC), Jennifer Snyder (SUNY Center for Professional Development)

For more professional development opportunities, go to www.ceany.org and click on <Member Resources> 


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