Register Now for Husky Spring Training 2016: WE>ME
Husky Spring Training is an annual conference that features unique workshops and conversations to help you hone your leadership skills. This is a free conference, dinner is included and you have a chance to win cool raffle prizes!
Take advantage of a wide variety of workshops presented by leadership practitioners from the UW community and beyond to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes you need to be an effective change agent. Topics range from team-building to mental health to how to make the most out of your LinkedIn profile! The conference will be kicked off by our keynote speaker (and current Husky parent!) Senator Reuven Carlyle.
Husky Spring Training is brought to you by the Husky Leadership Initiative, the Career Center, Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity, Housing and Food Services and First Year Programs. Join us and mingle with other Huskies on Friday, April 8, 2:00-6:00 p.m. in Alder Commons.
Do you have parents coming to town for Parent and Family Weekend? Bring them along! In addition to our keynote speaker being a Husky parent himself, there will also be a parent-focused session at 2:40 p.m.
Don’t miss out! Learn more on the HLI website and register today for this year’s Husky Spring Training Leadership Conference.
Husky Spring Training is sponsored by Starbucks. Starbucks is committed to providing students with pathways to opportunity through employment, training and education and is honored to support student leadership development through Husky Spring Training. Through this support, Starbucks helps activate the Husky Leadership Initiative’s mission to cultivate the knowledge, skills and attitudes that UW students need to be effective change agents who apply their knowledge in service to the world.
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