Category: Workshops and Institutes

Michigan Tech Professional Development Workshop Today: Creating a Professional Online Persona

Career searching? Conference approaching? Desire to expand your online professional network? Do you ever wonder how you can successfully create a unique professional online persona to catch the eye of a potential employer?

Join Graduate Student Government for a professional development workshop intended to provide you with advice and tips to create or spruce up your online professional appearance. This professional development workshop, titled “Creating a Professional Online Persona,” will consist of brief presentations from experienced and knowledgeable campus faculty and staff with a passion for sharing this crucial skill, followed by a Q&A session. Whether you have no online existence or you are a seasoned online networker, this is a great opportunity to gain useful insight on how to enhance your professional online profile.

The workshop will take place at 4 p.m. today (Feb. 26) in GLRC 201/202. Space is limited so be sure to register prior to the event. 


Community Makerspace: Paper Circuits

On February 3 at 6 p.m. at the Portage Lake District Library, Superior Fab Lab, a local community makerspace, is offering a maker event centered around paper circuits free to the public.

Come and make a light-up greeting card for your valentine! We will use conductive tape, LEDs and small batteries to create light-up artistic cards.

Materials and instructions included. Seating is limited so please register by visiting our Facebook page and register for the event.

By Jason Mack – Superior Fab Lab.


Michigan Tech LeaderShape Institute Applications Now Accepted

LeaderShape Institute applications are now being accepted for students. LeaderShape Institute 2020 will be held Jan. 6-11, 2020 at the Ford Center in Alberta, Michigan.

Do you know a student that may benefit from spending time learning how to “have a healthy disregard for the impossible?” The LeaderShape Institute challenges participants to “lead with integrity” while working towards a vision grounded in their values.

They are able to explore their leadership skills and engage in dynamic conversations. Encourage students to apply here. For more information, check out our website:  or contact Beka Horsch.

By Student Leadership and Involvement.