The School of Management’s academic programs deliver both classroom and real life learning experiences. To complement these educational opportunities, the school’s Professional Enrichment platform offers co-curricular activities during which our students meet and network with area specialists; learn from business leaders; and attend various seminars and forums that deal with professional readiness and/or current work-related issues.
Jan. 15: Research Methodology, E-Library and Academic Honesty - No Plagiarism Here! Ins And Outs of Academic Rules - What You Need to Know.
Jan. 16: Networking
Jan. 17: Report Writing and Presentation Skills
The purpose of this workshop is to show you how to plan a report or assignment, research the content, structure it correctly and write it so to ensure excellent marks. We will consider the purpose of a cover page and the content of the index and bibliography.
Jan. 23: Crisp Writing – Wall Street Journal Style
In this workshop we will analyze the writing style used in the Wall Street Journal and discuss why using crisp writing is essential for the business professional. How to write a summary will also be discussed.
Jan. 30: NYIT Online Career Tools
Feb. 6: Business Etiquette 101: Soft Skills – What are Soft Skills and Why should you Develop Them?
So-called ‘soft skills’ are key personality traits that are necessary to succeed today in the competitive world of commerce. Find out what soft skills are, whether you have them, and if not, how to cultivate and use them to your advantage.
Feb. 13: Interviewing Skills
Feb. 20: Critical Thinking: A Crucial yet Neglected Skill
In this workshop we will test your analytical thinking skills and share ways of improving not only the way you think about key business.
Feb. 22: Video Interview Practice
Feb. 26: Time and Stress Management
In this workshop we will look at ways to increase your productivity whilst managing your stress levels.
All new students must please come and join us for a short video and discussion on how to feel more comfortable in your new surroundings and adjust to studying at NYIT Vancouver.
Monday, Jan. 14
11 a.m.- 12 p.m.
The Jordan Room
For questions or comments, please contact Izelde L. van Jaarsveld at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604.639.0942.
Your Perfect Valentine’s Day Meal
Lunch & Such: Faculty Research, Creativity, and Community at NYIT
Scene & Heard: Upcoming Events
Why Science Needs the Humanities
NYIT Hosts Forum to Address a Global Crisis