UC San Diego Alumni and UC San Diego Extension's Center for Life/Work Strategies have teamed up to offer an inspirational and eye-opening "Career Boost Camp" that will take your career to the next level. Executives, managers and recent grads will gain a new sense of control and a conviction to energize their work style, create unique value and build a blueprint to take control of their lives.
The Career Boost Camp will take place Saturday June 2nd, 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. at the UC San Diego Institute of the Americas conference hall. Registration is $10 per person and includes breakfast and a raffle ticket for books and Extension workshops. Parking is free (recommended parking at N. Torrey Pines and Pangea Dr.).
Kicking off the morning session is Associate Vice Chancellor, Armin Afsahi, which will be followed by keynote address from Will Marré, Co-Founder of the Covey Leadership Center and Emmy-Award Winner.
According to Marré's research, only 19 percent of professionals today are truly satisfied with their careers. He will share with you ways people are thriving in today’s job market by turning their talents and passions into value to maximize their opportunities, earnings and fulfillment.
A panel of entrepreneurs and UC San Diego alumni will share their journeys to building successful businesses. The experiences of these innovators range from career entrepreneurs to an alumnus who decided to start his own business after years in industry. Moderated by Lisa Gordon, San Diego Small Business Ambassador, the session will include stories from Erik Maki ’08, Founder of Maki Longboards, Joon Han ‘96, Business Strategist, and Elizabeth Kaplan ‘88, Founder of The Pure Pantry.
U-T San Diego Job & Career Columnist and Co-Author of Closing America's Job Gap, Henry DeVries, '79, will discuss how to grow companies and land good jobs in the age of innovation. Interviewer Elizabeth Gibson, Advisor to UC San Diego Extension's Career Transition & Development for Professionals Program, will share her perspective along with Henry on what it takes to secure a job along a successful career path.
The event's closing session will feature Christine Didonato, Director, Talent & Organizational Development, Sony Electronics. She'll address the tough questions many professionals experience today: how do you get developed and promoted in a time when organizations are in the midst of constant change and have limited resources? Through her 7 Must-Have Mindsets™ Didonato will help you to understand the unspoken beliefs to give you an edge and accelerate career progression.
To register for this thought-provoking and insightful Career Boost Camp event, visit http://alumni.ucsd.edu/careerboost.
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