28 past events with the seminars tag

1 upcoming event with this tag

Sep 17, 2016

Saturday

Sep 27, 2016

Tuesday

Nov 16, 2016

Wednesday

Jan 17, 2017

Tuesday

  • MYP January ProLunch: Brushing Up Your Resume for the New Year 11:30am to 1pm @ Fisher Building, Ivy Tech Auditorium 345 S. High St. Muncie, IN 47305
    Cost: $15.00 (includes lunch)

    Muncie Young Professionals will be kicking off 2017 with their next ProLunch on Tuesday, January 17th. The focus of this ProLunch will be resumes and keeping them in tip-top shape.

     Shelia Spisak (SPHR), Director of People Development for Muncie Power Products, will draw on her experience to share tips and tricks that will make each resume shine. Attendees will learn the top 3-5 resume mistakes among young professionals and the top 3-5 ways to make a resume shine. They will also walk away with an understanding of why it’s important to keep a resume up-to-date even when not job-seeking. Finally, attendees will gain an HR expert’s perspective about why a resume alone isn’t enough to land a new job or advance a career.

     Space is limited for this ProLunch. Please RSVP by Tuesday, January 10th. The cost of this event is $15 and includes lunch. It will take place at the Ivy Tech Fisher Building Auditorium (345 S High Street). To make your reservation, visit the Muncie Young Professionals website at: muncieyoungprofessionals.com. Parking for this event is available on the street or in public lots in downtown Muncie.

    ProLunches are held every other month from 11:30 am - 1:00 pm with a range of topics designed to help young professionals develop new personal and professional skills, become better informed about key community issues and how they can make an impact, and develop new contacts. ProLunch events begin with soft networking followed by speaker presentations and Q & A. For more information about this event, or if you are interested in being a member of Muncie Young Professionals, please contact the Muncie Young Professionals steering committee at muncieypg@gmail.com.

Feb 21, 2017

Tuesday

  • MYP February ProLunch: Essential Skills and Strategies for Effective Communication on the Job 11:30am to 1pm @ Fisher Building, Ivy Tech Auditorium 345 S. High St. Muncie, IN 47305
    Cost: $15.00 (includes lunch)

    Muncie Young Professionals will be continuing its 2017 professional development schedule with its next ProLunch on Tuesday, February 21st. This ProLunch will focus on efficient communication in the workplace.

     In today’s world of constant communications, it can be easy for information to get lost in the shuffle. Kelly Shrock, President of The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County, will be providing attendees with practical tips to ensure that emails, voicemails, letters and more are clear, concise and action oriented.  After this presentation, attendees should have an understanding of why writing and speaking clearly matters for young professionals who want to succeed in the workplace and advance their careers. They will also be exposed to practical ways to use business communication tools to move people to action and produce results. Finally, attendees will be given examples of how they can clean up their communications for maximum impact.

     Space is limited for this ProLunch. Please RSVP by Tuesday, February 14th. The cost of this event is $15 and includes lunch. It will take place at the Ivy Tech Fisher Building Auditorium (345 S High Street). To make your reservation, visit the Muncie Young Professionals website at: muncieyoungprofessionals.com. Parking for this event is available on the street or in public lots in downtown Muncie. This ProLunch is sponsored by Accutech Systems.

      ProLunches are held every other month from 11:30 am - 1:00 pm with a range of topics designed to help young professionals develop new personal and professional skills, become better informed about key community issues, how they can make an impact, and develop new contacts. ProLunch events begin with soft networking followed by speaker presentations and Q & A. For more information about this event, or if you are interested in being a member of Muncie Young Professionals, please contact the Muncie Young Professionals steering committee at muncieypg@gmail.com.

Jul 18, 2017

Tuesday

Oct 24, 2017

Tuesday

Apr 28, 2018

Saturday

May 3, 2018

Thursday

  • Ball State Photovoice Exhibition 5pm to 7pm @ Ivy Tech Patterson Building 3rd floor

    Dr. Amanda O. Latz, Associate Professor of Adult, Higher, and Community Education, and the graduate students in the EDCC 641 course “Community Colleges and Diversity” invite you to attend “Teaching Students and Telling Stories,” a participatory action research photovoice exhibition to be held on Thursday, May 3, 2018 from 5-7pm at Ivy Tech Community College’s Patterson Building, third floor ballroom. 

    The photovoice exhibition is the culmination of a research project carried out by 19 graduate students in the EDCC 641 course who worked with approximately 20 faculty members at Ivy Tech Community College. Through a process of providing 20 Ivy Tech faculty members with disposable cameras to record aspects of their teaching lives, students developed a strong sense of what it is like to be a community college faculty member at the Muncie campus of Ivy Tech. Students talked with the faculty about their photos and analyzed conversations to gain an understanding about faculty experiences. 

    The EDCC 641 class, in collaboration with Ivy Tech, has organized the photovoice exhibition as a way to showcase this immersive learning project. The exhibition will include the instructors’ photos and serve as an interactive space for dialogue and reflection. Refreshments will be served. All Muncie, Ivy Tech Community College, and Ball State University community members are welcome to attend and engage those who were involved in this project at this event. For more information about the EDCC 641 photovoice project, please contact Dr. Amanda O. Latz at aolatz@bsu.edu.

Jul 13, 2018

Friday

Jul 14, 2018

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Sep 20, 2018

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Oct 18, 2018

Thursday

Feb 7, 2019

Thursday

  • Digital Marketing Summit 9:30am @ Ball State University Alumni Center 2800 W Bethel Ave
    Cost: $99 through the end of 2018, $149 January through event

    Muncie, Indiana – The Center for Advancement of Digital Marketing and Analytics is once again hosting a Digital Marketing Summit at Ball State University’s Alumni Center on Thursday, February 7, 2019.  Perfect for small business owners, non-profit staff, and marketing professionals, the Digital Marketing Summit is an affordable, educational opportunity for the Muncie community.

    CADMA’s Digital Marketing Summit will begin with a light breakfast and networking activities followed by the keynote speaker, Mitch Causey of Lessonly.  Causey will present Whoops! Marketing Balance is Sink or Swim, discussing how companies create growth through balancing brand and demand in their marketing efforts.  Following lunch, attendees will choose three breakout sessions to attend based on their own interests and needs.  Breakout session topics can be found below.

    Now through the end of the year, tickets to the Digital Marketing Summit are just $99.  This includes a light breakfast, lunch, and four total sessions that will strengthen your digital marketing skills.  Find more information on the Summit via Ball State’s website or email Kari Wissel with questions.

    Breakout session topics (you may choose three):

    Artificial IntelligenceBeyond the Blog: Creating Content for Every Step of the Customer JourneyUpdating Your Social Media Channel PlanCreating a Content Marketing Machine with Limited ResourcesNonprofit Videos (on a Budget) that Engage and Retain DonorsYour Organization Has a Meaningful Story: Are You Telling it the Right Way?

    Session descriptions can be provided by CADMA.

Oct 11, 2020

Sunday

Oct 25, 2020

Sunday

Feb 11, 2021

Thursday

  • The Creative Use of Difference Discussion Series (part 1) - The Art of Politics 6pm to 7pm @ Virtual Event

    PlySpace, an immersive Artist-in-Residence program of the Muncie Arts and Culture Council, is hosting four community panel discussion webinars as part of the series: The Creative Use of Difference. Each panel will feature artists, both local and national, who are using their respected art forms to creatively bring awareness to societal issues such as racial injustices, sexism, and more. These hour-long discussions will be in collaboration with Atlanta-based artist Indya Childs as she develops a new work, entitled "Peace, Love, Dance" with Ball State University Department of Theatre and Dance students. The semester-long project will culminate in a dance film, choreographed by Indya and the students in response to the Creative Use of Difference series. The film will be completed and will premiere later this spring, details forthcoming. All discussions in the Creative Use of Difference series will be held online, are free, and open to the public. Registration is required to access each discussion webinar. Learn more about the panelists and project at Plyspace.org/pld

    The Art of Politics
    February 11th, 2021 from 6-7 PM (online)
    Featuring panelists Ted Williams III and Shantanu Suman
    The Art of Politics is a discussion with artists on how they are using their artistic voices to bring awareness to politics, social change, and more. 

    The Black Woman Creating
    February 18th, 2021 from 6-7 PM (online)
    Featuring guest panelists Charmaine Minniefield and Dee Dee Batteast
    The Black Woman Creating is a discussion with Black female-identifying artists whose work is influenced by Black feminism, social justice, and more. 

    Women Shifting the Space
    February 25th, 2021 from 6-7 PM (online)
    Featuring guest panelists Ana de Brea and Lauren Pacheco
    Women Shifting the Space is a discussion with female-identifying artists on how they are shifting the space of patriarchy and creating a space for female visibility and leadership. 

    The “New” Policies of Dance
    March 4th, 2021 from 6-7 PM (online)
    Featuring guest panelists Felecia Thomas and Beverly Bautista
    The “New” Policies of Dance is a discussion with dance educators that will highlight the new policies of inclusion, diversity, and equality in the dance world adopted by dance schools, institutions, etc in the wake of 2020. 

    Registration is required for each event. Please see the website for details. 

Apr 27, 2022

Wednesday

Sep 14, 2022

Wednesday