FALL WORKSHOPS

STRENGTHS FINDER 

August 28

9 a.m. – 5 p.m. PST

Research shows that people who know and use their strengths are:

  • more engaged at work
  • more productive in their roles
  • happier and healthier

If you are interested in a Leadership role, knowing your strengths and weakness give you better insight into yourself and how you work with others. Your greatest room for overall personal improvement isn’t where you’re weakest, but rather where you’re strongest.

We want our Athenians to thrive by doing what you naturally do best so that you can maximize your potential. If you are being considered for the Student Advisory Board or would like to be an Officer, this workshop is required.

You will need to complete the full test prior to the workshop. We will have a fun day of working on our talents individually and as a group.

This is a full day of funshine with an extended break in the middle. We will have one morning session, a break to work on individual projects, and return for an afternoon session.

This workshop is open to all members. Non-members are not allowed.

Valued at: $250
Cost: FREE!

ETIQUETTE

MONDAYS – September 20, 27   October 4, 11, 18, 25

4 – 5 P.m. PST

As a leader you will be expected to know how to respond with grace in environments that may test your patience. Being able to confidently respond under pressure will set you apart from your colleagues and while it may not immediately show a return on your salary, it will garnish added respect.

Etiquette training is like a gentle glove with a firm hand: it covers the basics of manners, yet it is also a presence that attracts like-minded friends. We will cover the basics and then dive deep into business etiquette. We’ll also explore cultures and discuss how to best approach a variety of situations.

By the holidays you should be properly prepared to impress your family and friends. From small intimate gatherings to large conferences, you’ll have the know-how and be able to shake hands with the best of them!

Valued at: $750
Cost: FREE!

IRL FINANCES

TUESDAYS – September 21, 28 October 5, 12, 19, 26

4 – 5 p.m. PST

Math isn’t always a fun subject. Some of the topics covered in your econ classes can seem unrealistic and boring, but when you start talking about money In Real Life…well, that makes the subject more interesting!

In the Finances Workshop, you will work on real-world projects that will test your financial mind and creativity and make you a master of money management. All students will leave the workshop understanding what it means to be financially healthy and with the skills to make it happen.

Valued at: $750
Cost: FREE!

IMPROV

 

MONDAYS – November 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

4 – 5 P.m. PST

What are the most memorable conversations and moments in your life? When laughter, great energy, and a fun experience are had! Are you ready to bring more joy and laughter into your life? Improv gets you one step closer. If nothing else, you’ll crack yourself up! 

You’ll become more confident speaking in front of a group while injecting some fast-thinking humor into your dialogue. You’ll develop your natural ability to respond with spontaneity and a quicker reaction time. Eventually, you’ll be a more effective speaker, expressing yourself with ease and skill.

It’s a challenge to build the relationships and spontaneity needed to succeed. Life is unscripted. Learn how to respond to it quickly and with humor! 

Valued at: $750
Cost: FREE!

VIDEO WATCH CLUB

 

TUESDAYS – November 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

4 – 5 P.m. PST

The engineering video watch club is like a book club, but with videos. “This Old Tony” is an excellent video series that shows dissections, rebuilds, new builds, all types of engineering feats, but you most likely have some “How did he do that?” questions. After all, most of us are just beginning our engineering journey. Each week we’ll have a guest expert who will lead a discussion around that week’s video topic. Our expert will be able to answer questions and inspire you to pursue the topic further.

Valued at: $750
Cost: FREE!