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Career Mapping - DePaul Compass Group
Sat, May 6, 2017, 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM CDT
CAREER MAPPING RETURNS:
This collaborative group partners with the new ASK Career and Entrepreneurship Club utilizing the curriculum by Ginny Clarke, nationally-recognized expert in talent and career management, diversity recruiting and executive coaching. Participants will be provided materials including hardcopies of the book Career Mapping: Charting Your Course in the New World of Work (Morgan James Publishing). Continental breakfast will be provided.
Dates and times:
Loop Campus: Weekly Saturdays from April 22nd to May 13th
9:30 to 11:30 am (4-Part Series)
Facilitator: Shannon Stone-Winding
President and CEO, Shannon Stone Consulting, LLC
ASK Mentor, DePaul University
This term is excited to partner with the YWCA Metropolitan Chicago for Pretty Empowered. The April 29 session will be offsite from 9AM-1PM at 931 S. Homan:
Get practical tips for improving your LinkedIn profile.
Receive constructive feedback on your resume and interview skills from local experts
Get camera ready with makeup touch-ups from Ulta Beauty
Leave with professional headshots from local photographers
This offsite session ONLY will have a separate cost that includes continental breakfast. DePaul students may apply for the Professional Development Fund to cover the cost of the offsite with YWCA: http://offices.depaul.edu/student-affairs/support-services/Pages/financial-awards.aspx
Interested guests may pay the fee: $35 / per person to the YWCA to cover the cost for the offsite session.
Shannon Stone-Winding is the President and CEO of Shannon Stone Consulting, LLC (SSC), Chief of Staff for National Association of African Americans in Human Resources (NAAAHR Chicago) and ASK Mentor and Chicagoland Alumni Committee Member for DePaul University. She has over 20 years of experience as a brand and business strategist with a social but professionally efficient approach to team management. With SSC, Shannon is excited to continue collaborations with partners and organizations in the mission of service for diverse communities.
Shannon previously served as the assistant to the dean for special projects for the School for New Learning (SNL) at DePaul University. In her role, Shannon worked as the Project Manager and Coordinator for the Adult Bridge Program with the City Colleges of Chicago and worked as the Project Manager and Coordinator for the Center to Advance Education for Adults. Shannon was appointed to the Editorial Board for the college’s alumni magazine working with the Office of Public Relations and Communications and Advisory Board for DePaul SNL’s Adult Men of Color, worked as the Chair of the college’s Employability Strategic sub-group, officer for the university’s Black Leadership Coalition, and staff advisor for DePaul’s Golden Key International Honor Society, SNL Student Association and Veterans Advocacy Group.
Shannon served on the DePaul Faculty/Staff Campaign Committee and is a member of the DePaul President’s Honor Society of Donors Club. Shannon was honored in 2013 with an Award from the Women of Spirit and Action Committee and certificates and awards in excellence in service in 2010 and 2008 from the college. Shannon is a member of the International Association of Business Communicators and was appointed to the DePaul Public Relations Steering Committee. Shannon obtained her B.A. in marketing communications and pursued coursework towards a M.A. in educating adults from DePaul University.
ABOUT COMPASS GROUPS:
Adult students: are you interested in making the most of your DePaul University experience and meeting other students? Would you like to gain valuable academic, personal and professional skills that complement what you’ll be learning in the classroom…for free? What if we were to tell you that we are offering you the chance to do all of this AND get to know other DePaul students just like yourself simply by joining a Compass group?
Compass Groups are not meant to be a class and have no credits. They add skill, provide community with other adult students, and, if new, assist in your transition to DePaul by giving you a cohort to transition with that is in your similar situation. Direct questions about Compass Groups to firstname.lastname@example.org. You are allowed to sign-up for multiple groups. Also, due to limited space, we will follow-up to verify your selected participation.
Student Registration: https://offices.depaul.edu/student-affairs/forms/Pages/compass-group-signup.aspx