Faculty Champions Program

Welcome to the Rope Teams Faculty Champions Program! Designed to support your curricular, instructional and assessment efforts as well as to encourage and facilitate your engagement in our career and identity/allyship rope teams, the Faculty Champions program is a shared opportunity to enhance the student experience. This program is led jointly by the Excelsior University Career Readiness Center and the Center for Social Justice to provide you with the resources, connections and support to ensure together our students’ personal, academic, career and intercultural development and success.

Today’s Interview and Workplace Attire

What do you wear to an interview and what exactly is workplace attire? Answers certainly vary on this topic, sometimes —or even especially—depending on your generation.

Think about what people notice about you first. What difference does a first impression make …

By TAMMY SPENZIERO
TAMMY SPENZIERO Director, Student Success
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Best Interviewer and Interviewee Questions

Asking good questions is the key to interviewing for both the interviewer and interviewee. Interviewers want to gain as much insight as possible during the interview process to determine if a candidate is the best fit. Interviewers want someone who …

By TAMMY SPENZIERO
TAMMY SPENZIERO Director, Student Success
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Five Tips For a Successful Internship

Obtaining an internship is a great accomplishment and takes just as much ambition and preparation as landing a new job. All your hard work, research, and preparation have awarded you with this experience. Here are five tips so you can …

By TAMMY SPENZIERO
TAMMY SPENZIERO Director, Student Success
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Generations in the Workforce

There are currently five generations in the workplace. Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials make up three quarters of the total working population; Traditionalists make up less than 3 percent and Generation Z is just entering the workforce, making up …

By TAMMY SPENZIERO
TAMMY SPENZIERO Director, Student Success
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The Importance of Mentorship

Whether you are an adult learner, a teenager in high school, an only child, grandma, CEO, start-up entrepreneur, accomplished artist… (the list goes on), a mentor is important to anyone at any age or phase in life. Often, mentorship includes …

By TAMMY SPENZIERO
TAMMY SPENZIERO Director, Student Success
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Career Tips for Success During the Pandemic

These are not ordinary times and you will likely need to stretch your comfort zone and adapt to how the world has changed. For many, professional growth plans and career launch strategies must also change. Companies you’re interested in may …

By TAMMY SPENZIERO
TAMMY SPENZIERO Director, Student Success
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DEI Resources

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Black History Month

By 

Ramtin Arablouei

Rund Abdelfatah

Lawrence Wu

Jamie York

Parth Shah

Victor Yvellez

Julie Caine

Episode 176

December 12, 2023 • 33 minutes

By: Indiana University Bloomington

https://citl.indiana.edu/teaching-resources/diversity-inclusion/tech-for-inclusion/index.html

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