Developing Professional Skill Sets in Mentoring and Advising Relationships
Tuesday, March 16 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Note: Before you can register, you will need to create a (free) CIRTL account here.
Graduate students play a lot of roles – student, researcher, lab partner, co-author, mentor, advisee, mentee – and in each role you develop different interpersonal skills. In this event, we will break down the interpersonal skillset that graduate students develop: what these skills are, how they show up in the many roles that grad students play, and how they apply to different career paths you may be interested in pursuing. By the end of this session, you will be able to identify the roles you play as a graduate student and articulate the skills these roles enable you to develop in interpersonal communication, multicultural competence, and active listening.
This event is the second in the four-part series Exploring and Unpacking Post-PhD Career Possibilities: Recognizing and Articulating the Value of What You’ve Learned as a Graduate Student.
- March 9: What Have I Really Learned?
- March 16: Developing Professional Skill Sets in Mentoring and Advising Relationships
- March 23: Developing Professional Skill Sets in Communities and Networks
- March 30: Putting It All Together: Articulating and Implementing a Career Development Plan
Registration is required. Once you register, you will have access to the online meeting room where this online event will take place.