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This is an ongoing series of professional development activities that introduce you to the people, the services, and the specialties of Sinclair. Each session is hosted by a Sinclair employee over Zoom. Check back regularly; more events will be added as they are schduled.
Sinclair 101 - Transition Advising: Supporting CCP & Tech Prep Students | Thursday, June 4, 12:00 Noon
Learn how the new Office of Transition Advising is working with high school partners to better support enrolled CCP and Tech Prep students to provide a seamless transition to Sinclair. Overarching goals and an overview of provided services aimed at increasing enrollment in post-secondary education will be shared.
Sinclair 101 - Find out About Sinclair Workforce Development OE Practice | Wednesday, June 24, 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Facilitated by Benjamin McCall
Sinclair’s Workforce Development Department (based in Building 12 when we are on campus) serves client businesses and organizations throughout the Miami Valley. Learn about services they offer including organizational effectiveness (OE) coaching, training and consulting practice. Local clients in the business community, internal Sinclair Departments and SW Ohio Professionals use the services offered by WFD every day to improve their people and organizations.
The following free courses are available until June 30, 2020 through an agreement between Ed2Go and Sinclair’s Workforce Development Division. Register for all of the workshops at this link.
Helping Students with Disabilities with Online Education | 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Facilitated by Lorrie Spivey
The struggle for our students with disabilities to adjust to a COVID required-online education will be discussed. Please read this article and join us for a discussion. Disabled Students Already Faced Learning Barriers. Then COVID Forced an abrupt shift to online classes