Consults & Presentations

Leadership Week is April 16-20, 2018!

Leadership Week 2018

 

Monday, 4/16

#SpartansLEAD

Presented by Student Involvement

11:00am - 2:00pm

CV2 Multipurpose Room

Want a churro? Define leadership. Want a CREAM sandwich? Share your leadership story, inspiration or favorite quote! Don’t forget to take a picture in our photobooth to start off Leadership Week 2018!

 

Tuesday, 4/17

Let’s TACO-bout Leadership

Presented by Student Involvement

11:30am - 12:30pm

CV2 Multipurpose Room

How do you define leadership? What makes leadership? Let’s TACO-bout it!

 

Global Discovery Day

Presented by ISSS

10:00am - 2:00pm

Tommie Smith/John Carlos Lawn

Join the campus at Global Discovery Day! Come to discover opportunities across campus that will help you develop skills needed to thrive in a global society. You will learn how you too can study abroad and find opportunities to get engaged in the world without leaving the U.S. or, even, San Jose.

 

Wednesday, 4/18

Wellness Wednesday

Presented by Student Involvement

5:30pm - 7:30pm

Student Wellness Center 122

De-stress, relax, and chill - important to-dos for every leader. Bring your organization or bring some friends to play games like big jenga, watch cute animal videos, and eat some sliders!

 

ACT SJSU Social Justice Program

Presented by University Housing Services

7:00pm - 9:00pm

Campus Village B RAC

 

Accelerate Your Career

Presented by Gender Equity Center and Asian Pacific Islander Faculty & Staff Association

12:00pm - 2:00pm

Student Union, Meeting Room 1

Join us for a panel and networking opportunity with managers in technology, business, and finance from Cisco.  Learn about the skills it takes to not only land your first job, but also the leadership skills you need to become a manager.

 

Community Garden Drop In Hours

Presented by Cesar Chavez Community Action Center

10:00am - 1:00pm

8th Street & East San Salvador

Volunteer at the CCCAC Community Garden!

 

Thursday, 4/19

Earth Day San Jose

Presented by A.S., ERC, Spartan Shops, FD&O (collaborative event)

10:00am - 2:30pm

Tower Lawn

Earth Day San Jose encourages Spartans and local community members to become leaders for change, especially in sustainability and climate efforts.

 

Friday, 4/20

Community Garden Drop In Hours

Presented by Cesar E. Chavez Community Action Center

10:00am - 2:00pm

8th Street and East San Salvador

Volunteer at the CCCAC Community Garden!


 

Consultations

Student Involvement staff believes that leadership development is a journey and we are committed to support students at every stage, from individuals who are interested in exploring the leadership opportunities SJSU has to offer to experienced leaders who are looking to translate their experiences into marketable skills as they apply for jobs and graduate programs.

If you're interested in exploring consultation possibilities, email student-leadership@sjsu.edu. We look forward to working with you!


 

Spring 2018 "Leadership Can Be Learned!" Workshop Series

Friday, February 16, 2018

11:30am - 12:30pm

Student Union Meeting Room 4A

Applying Leadership Skills to Your Job/Internship Search

Presented by Career Center.

Who better to learn leadership from than President Obama, who got one of the most coveted jobs in the nation? Just kidding, we don't have that kind of budget. Learn how President Obama (albeit through video) describes his experience in a resume, as well as practice real life applications on how to develop leadership skills and apply them to your career.

Facilitator: Lynn (Chang) Lewis, Career Center

Check out the Career Center:  http://www.sjsu.edu/careercenter/  



Tuesday, February 20, 2018

4:30pm - 5:30pm

Business Biccardo Center (BBC) 003

What’s Identity Got to do with Leadership?

Presented by the Gender Equity Center and the PRIDE Center.

This workshop will use the True Colors Assessment to talk about our personal identities from a leadership development lens, allowing us to be more aware of who we are and thus more aware of how we can better lead others.  
Facilitators: Sam Brechlin from Gender Equity Center and Bonnie Sugiyama, Director of the PRIDE and Gender Equity Center

 

Friday, February 23, 2018

11:30am - 12:30pm

Student Union Meeting Room 3A

#LivingYourBestLife

Presented by Student Involvement.

This Self-Care Workshop will spread knowledge of the importance of taking care of yourself! As human beings who are constantly on the go, we often forget to take a moment to make sure that we, ourselves, are happy or content. Or we choose to believe the negative connotations that come with the topic of "Mental Health". We will debunk the myths, while offering multiple ways to practice self-care!
Facilitator: Kameo Quenga, Student Assistant, Student Involvement

 

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

4:30pm - 5:30pm

Clark Hall (CL) Room 225

You + Me = Conflict Free


Presented by the Ombudsperson and Student Conduct and Ethical Development.  


Conflict can be intimidating but in reality, conflict can help us grow as individuals and improve as an organization. Join us to discuss strategies on ways to resolve your conflicts today, tomorrow, and in the future.
Facilitators: Evelyn Ramos, Ombudsperson, and Theodore Tsau, Student Conduct and Ethical Development

 

Friday, March 2, 2018

11:30am - 12:30pm

Student Union Meeting Room 2B

Getting In Touch

Presented by Student Involvement.
In this workshop you will learn about the power in utilizing your social identities to lead. Steering away from traditional perceptions about what a "true leader" should look like, the workshop will open the window to explore leadership as an experience that everyone can take part in. Being in touch with your social identities will give you the confidence to do so.
Facilitators: Lauryn Crawford and Kamerie Gibson, Student Assistants, Student Involvement

 

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

4:30pm - 5:30pm

Clark Hall (CL) Room 225

True Colors Personality Test

Presented by Associated Students.

The True Colors Personality Test is an excellent way of understanding yourself and others.
Facilitator: Carole Dowell, Associated Students

 

Friday, March 9, 2018

11:30am - 12:30pm

Student Union Meeting Room 4A

Building Community

Presented by Student Involvement.
The vision for the community building workshop is to present how leaders build community with others by creating a supportive, approachable environment, building good camaraderie with those that they encounter and work with, and bringing people together for a cause.  
Facilitator: Henderson Hill III, Director of Student Involvement

 

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

4:30pm - 5:30pm

Clark Hall (CL) Room 225

The Big Balancing Act: Time Management and Prioritizing as a Student Leader

Presented by the Peer Mentors of Peer Connections.
SJSU students often juggle many areas of life - academics, work, co-curricular activities, family, friends, etc.  How can time management and setting priorities ease this balancing act?  Come to this workshop and discuss strategies for balancing your time, priorities, and commitments as a student leader!   
Facilitators: Bruce Lin and Hung Tang, Peer Mentors, Peer Connections

Peer Connections website:http://peerconnections.sjsu.edu/

Spring 2018 College Success Workshop Calendar:http://peerconnections.sjsu.edu/workshops/pm_workshops/index.html

Facebook: SJSUPeerConnections

Twitter: SJSUPeerConnect

Instagram: SJSUPeerConnections

 

Friday, March 16, 2018

11:30am - 12:30pm

Student Union Meeting Room 4A

Applying Leadership Skills to Your Job/Internship Search

Presented by Career Center.

Who better to learn leadership from than President Obama, who got one of the most coveted jobs in the nation? Just kidding, we don't have that kind of budget. Learn how President Obama (albeit through video) describes his experience in a resume, as well as practice real life applications on how to develop leadership skills and apply them to your career.

Facilitator: Sandra Deleon, Career Center

Check out the Career Center:  http://www.sjsu.edu/careercenter/  

 

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

4:30pm - 5:30pm

Clark Hall (CL) Room 225

Planning for Success

Presented by Student Involvement.
The Time Management workshop will encompass many aspects that involve time management. We will discuss different time management styles including written versus online planners, identifying which activities in our lives take up the most of our time (leisure or school/work), and prioritizing our activities so we don’t have FOMO. We will include our own time management testimonials to show both sides of good time management and the result of bad time management.
Facilitators: Andrea Ronell and Edward Rodriguez, Student Assistants, Student Involvement

 

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

4:30pm - 5:30pm

Clark Hall (CL) Room 225

Mindful Leadership

Presented by the Equal Opportunity Program (EOP).

Discover mindfulness and the ways it can improve your performance as a leader and help balance your life. Mindfulness develops clarity of vision, compassion leads to a deeper understanding of oneself and others, and courage supports us in carrying out difficult tasks. These qualities define heart-centered, sustainable leadership which creates a harmonious environment allowing for more authenticity. This workshop will explore key traits of great leaders and exercises encouraging one to become a more mindful and compassionate leader.
Facilitators: Mathew Stowe and Jesus Jimenez, EOP

 

Friday, April 6, 2018

11:30am - 12:30pm

Student Union Meeting Room 4A

Applying Leadership Skills to Your Job/Internship Search

Presented by Career Center.

Who better to learn leadership from than President Obama, who got one of the most coveted jobs in the nation? Just kidding, we don't have that kind of budget. Learn how President Obama (albeit through video) describes his experience in a resume, as well as practice real life applications on how to develop leadership skills and apply them to your career.

Facilitator: Kristin Keller

Check out the Career Center:  http://www.sjsu.edu/careercenter/  


Tuesday, April 10, 2018

4:30pm - 5:30pm

Clark Hall (CL) Room 225

Leading Different Generations 

Presented by Student Involvement

Facilitator: Jaelyn Deas

 

Friday, April 13, 2018

11:30am - 12:30pm

Student Union Meeting Room 4A

Extroverted and Introverted Leadership

Presented by Student Involvement.

This workshop will explore the strengths and skills of extroverted leadership and introverted leadership.

Facilitators: Romyn Sabatchi, Assistant Campus Programming Coordinator and Nancy Nguyen, Assistant Director for Campus Programming and Leadership Development