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  • Jennifer Carignan 3:29 pm on June 27, 2011 Permalink
    Tags: computer skills, lynda, , training   

    Need computer skills? Use Lynda! 

    Summer is a great time to learn new skills to add to your resume, including software proficiency desired by employers. Most jobs require experience with the Microsoft Office suite, and some ask for knowledge of other, more specialized applications. But if you don’t use these tools in class and don’t want to buy them on your own, how are you supposed become proficient?

    Thanks to the AU library, students, faculty and staff have access to Lynda, a web-based database of software training videos. The site features most software applications, including Microsoft Office, Adobe, WordPress and many, many more. The recorded training sessions are conveniently divided into chapters, so that you can pick and choose your lessons as desired. You can also download files that provide more information and tips about the software you’re learning.

    To access Lynda, visit the AU portal or stop by the library. And when you’ve completed a lesson, don’t forget to mention your new skills on your resume!

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  • John Charles 3:13 pm on December 13, 2010 Permalink
    Tags: aid, , Conference, financial, forum, intercultural, neworking, , support, training   

    Intercultural Management Insitute annual conference – scholarships 

    EDF Scholarships Available for the Intercultural Management Institute’s 12th Annual Conference. The scholarship application submission process is currently open for the Intercultural Management Institute’s 12th annual conference on intercultural relations. A forum for business, education, and training professionals, this conference provides direct networking opportunities with decision makers from a wide range of organizations, including international business, academia, government, military, international education, training, and international human resources. The applicant must demonstrate an interest in intercultural communication, negotiation, and leadership through course work, academic or community activities, or active participation in organizations that serve internationally diverse populations. For more information, contact our program coordinator, Mary Margaret Herman, at 202-885-6434 or mmherman@american.edu, or visit our Web site at http://www.american.edu/sis/imi/conference/scholarships.cfm.

     
  • Minna Scherlinder Morse 6:17 pm on July 2, 2010 Permalink
    Tags: , , production assistant, training   

    Production Assistant Training Seminar 

    Just copying this word for word from the Film Listserv. Film students, take note!  (Deadline is JULY 7; training is July 17th, free to DC residents, and held in AU’s Weschler Theater!)

    The District of Columbia Office of Motion Picture and Television Development (MPTD), in partnership with Production Assistant Training Seminars, LLC (PATS) will offer a Production Assistant training seminar on Saturday, July 17, 2010. The seminar is a one-day training program for District residents, taught by experienced industry professionals, for individuals interested in pursuing a future career in film and video production, who are ready to take the first step and “get their feet in the door”. Upon completion of the program, participants will be enrolled in PATS’ national database of qualified production assistants and MPTD will work to place graduates on the sets of film and video projects produced in the District.

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