Category Archives: Field and Community Based Learning

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Use The Art of Small Talk to Build Rapport in a Training Workshop

Many times in our career it will be a first. It might be the first time you have to present to a client, conduct a training workshop, or teach your team members about a new product. Of course you have … Continue reading

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Make Time for Mentoring Activities

Oprah and Obama did it. Steve Jobs did it best of all. If I could get a time machine, I would bring Eleanor Roosevelt back and ask her to do it. Last week it was my turn. What is it … Continue reading

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Want to Get Happy and High? Do Community Based Learning

This time of year sucks. I hate to complain when the weather is so sunny and perfect and yet, I do. After all, it is midterms, many of my students are sick and tired, and are sniffling and sneezing their … Continue reading

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Twerking and Other Interesting Insights gained through Community Based Learning

What does twerking have to do with a service learning project that emphasizes learning about organizational behavior and human resource management at a Jesuit University? In case you missed this latest pop cultural phenomenon, twerking is kind of like booty-based … Continue reading

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SHARE Your Talents: Why does community based learning matter anyway?

It’s Fall. For those of us on a Los Angeles university campus, this means midterm exams, switching over from sandals to boots, conference paper deadlines, end-of-the year goals to accomplish, and getting ready for the onslaught of the annual holiday … Continue reading

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Guest Blog for Career CoPilot

Many thanks to Dan Keller of www.careercopilot.com for graciously allowing me to guest post. This is a great site full of terrific career advice – I hope you enjoy my latest post and perhaps it will help if you are … Continue reading

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“Feed the Hungry” Program with Local Elementary Students

Here’s an article that I was featured in recently from LMU/LA! CBA Management Professor Ellen Ensher recently organized a joint LMU/Westside Neighborhood School social justice service project as part of LMU’s “Feed the Hungry” program. For three consecutive Tuesdays in … Continue reading

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Newsweek Article on Job outlook for 2012 graduates

http://money.usnews.com/money/careers/articles/2011/10/07/job-outlook-improving-for-class-of-2012 Here is the link to the Newsweek Article about a brighter outlook for 2012 graduates

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