University of Phoenix Omaha Campus to Hold Education Seminars
Series of seminars includes topics on job search strategies, future of secondary education and employment trends of the future.
AHA, NEB., June 12, 2009 — University of Phoenix Omaha Campus faculty and staff will be holding three upcoming seminars on topics very much in the news these days. The first seminar scheduled on June 13 will include a comprehensive overview of effective job search strategies and techniques. On June 27, Dr. David Probst will speak on the future of secondary education and the role of technology in schools of the future. Robert Armbrust, Director of Academic Affairs for University of Phoenix - Omaha campus will hold a seminar on July 11 to talk about employment trends of the future. All seminars will be held at University of Phoenix - Omaha campus located at 13321 California Street beginning at 10:30 a.m. The workshops are open to the public at no charge.
June 13, 2009 - Career Seminar - led by Erin Reitsma of Celebrity Staffing. A comprehensive overview of effective job search strategies and techniques.
June 27, 2009 - Education Open House with Dr. David Probst. Dr. Probst will be speaking on the future of secondary education and the role of technology in schools of the future. Dr. Probst is an author, a consultant in the areas of education, management, training and personal coaching and is currently on the faculty of University of Phoenix teaching in the Doctor of Education program.
July 11, 2009 - MBA Open House with Robert Armbrust, Director of Academic Affairs, University of Phoenix - Omaha campus. Armbrust will be speaking about jobs and employment trends of the future.
Media Note - Workshops will begin at 10:30 and will be open to the media. If you're interested in interviewing any of the featured speakers prior to the workshops, please don't hesitate to contact me.
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