Join your colleagues for a workshop on Building Social Capital!
- If you would like to teach your students how to gain new skills by developing and maintaining social capital to effectively boost their careers, this training is for you!
- If you personally would like to learn how to develop and maintain social capital and why now more than ever, such skills are critical to “getting ahead,” this training is for you!
Most people, including our students and ourselves, tend to believe that they know everything they need to know about networking. However, social capital is more than just networking. Social capital refers to the strong and weak relationships among people who live and work together and the value of those relationships in a world where human capital is as valuable as financial capital.
Who Should Attend?
- Second Semester Pathway Instructors
- Outline social capital
- Define the differences between bonding and bridging capital
- Describe the benefits of social capital
- Explain how to build and maintain social capital
- Learn how to measure your own social capital
- Note: Upon completion of the training, participants will be able to facilitate social capital workshops in their own classroom or campus.
- Register in TEC by searching FDEV6283. This training is eligible for 1 SEU towards the Adjunct Stipend Program or 1 Service Credit for full-time faculty.
- This training will take place on Tuesday, March 19, 2019 from 10 a.m. – noon at the Western Campus, WSS G-206