Gossip Bar, 733 9th Ave, between 49th and 50th, New York
ARAD alumni had such a wonderful time at last year's Recent Alumni Mixer that we decided to do it again! This year, ARAD and the Office of Alumni Relations are excited to welcome ARAD graduates from the classes of 2008-2018, as "recent alumni," to a networking mixer on Tuesday, February 5, from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in Midtown at Gossip Bar, 733 9th Ave, between 49th and 50th.
We’re organizing this just for ARAD alumni. There’s no program, no agenda, no fundraising drive. Dr. Jennifer Lena will be there to answer questions you have about the program, a representative from Alumni Relations will be there to answer questions about the support they can offer as your career evolves, and there will be complimentary drinks and appetizers.
This idea came from other alumni, like you, who wanted a chance to see friends, network and meet other alums--and do it without going to the bank first, or sitting through a lecture.
We hope you’ll come! Tell your former cohort on Facebook that you’re going, so they’ll come too. Bring your favorite memories from your time at ARAD, share horror stories about Accounting, or just commiserate about the state of the subways.
Please RSVP below January 31, if you are able to join us. Can’t wait to see you!
Networking is critical for job growth, mentoring, career opportunities, etc. But what can you do when large groups and noise provide too much stimulation? How as an introvert can you be an effective networker? Learn some tips during this Alumni Career Development Webinar presented by Ruth Gotian (Ed.D. ’17)
Ruth Gotian Ed.D., M.S. is Assistant Dean for Mentoring, Executive Director of the Mentoring Academy, Chief Learning Officer in Anesthesiology and Assistant Professor of Education in Anesthesiology at Weill Cornell Medicine. She previously ran the Weill Cornell/Rockefeller/Sloan Kettering Tri-Institutional MD-PhD Program for over two decades. Her research and work is focused on what makes people successful, specifically physician-scientists.
Interested in hosting a webinar? Submit your proposals here.
Today, speaking is the new competitive advantage. Whether you’re a recent graduate, a professional, or an executive, your success depends on your ability to present yourself, your message and your value to the marketplace. In this webinar, Diane DiResta (M.S. '77)-speaking expert, author and communication coach-will give you practical tips you can use immediately to up your game. Learn how to:
1. Present with Confidence-How to align visual, vocal, and verbal delivery skills to convey gravitas. 2. Create a clear outcome and get to the point. 3. Strategize plans to recover with grace.
Date: Wednesday, February 13 Time: 12-1:00 p.m. Location: Login here.
Diane DiResta, CSP, is Founder and CEO of DiResta Communications, Inc., a New York City consultancy serving business leaders who deliver high stakes presentations, whether one-to-one, in front of a crowd or from an electronic platform. DiResta is the author of Knockout Presentations: How to Deliver Your Message with Power, Punch, and Pizzazz, an Amazon.com category best-seller and has spoken on 4 continents. Diane is Past President of the NYC chapter of National Speakers Association and former media trainer for the NBA and WNBA.
Global TC Day, our biennial celebration of TC around the globe, is back in 2019! We will have national and international TC meet-ups occurring throughout the summer. Stay tuned for more details! If you're interested in hosting a Global TC Day event in your area, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.