Selling Yourself: It's a dirty job but you can do it.

Starts:
3:00 pm on Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Ends:
5:00 pm on Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Location:
L-804
Address:
72 East Concord Street
Contact Name:
Caitlin Sleasman
Contact Email:
sleasman@bu.edu
Despite studying and working in the rarified environment of academe, the forces of communication change will impact your career. The world of 24/7 news cycles, Twitter feeds, social media and the democratization of content has a direct influence on your success as a researcher, teacher and health or human services professional. You have the ability to define your image and communicate your ideas to a wide variety of audiences and achieve your professional objectives. This workshop, led by Dr. Tobe Berkovitz, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Advertising,Boston University College of Communication, will provide the foundation for students to create a personal image, promote themselves and effectively communicate ideas that enhance their stature and persuasively present important information to target audiences.

Notes: GMS doctoral students and postdocs are invited to participate in this workshop