The Presentation of Self in Professional Settings
Gain confidence and have a firm grasp of important theoretical notions regarding your presentation of self in professional settings, now or in the future.
The focus of the course is on each individual student and how he or she can develop a personal approach to assist in navigating the next stage in his or her life—whether it be preparing for a job interview or applying to graduate school or presenting a seminar talk. All of the readings, videos, activities, and exercises are online (students must submit an online written document or video every two or three days during Winter Session). The course's instructor, Dr. Helene Rosenberg will respond to each assignment with a personal, extensive written response. The students do not interact with each other; each student interacts only with Dr. Rosenberg. All material submitted, whether in video or written form, is confidential.
Rosenberg has a BFA in Acting and a PhD in theater. She is currently an Associate Professor of Creative Arts Education in the Graduate School of Education and is the coordinator of the EdSS Minor.
This course fulfills one of the five GSE courses for the EdSS Minor. It also satisfies a three credit SAS course requirement.