IAP 99 Non-Credit Activities by Sponsor

Office of Dean for Students and Undergraduate Ed.

Charm School 1999
Katie O'Dair , Travis Merritt, Monica Huggins, Heather Trickett
Wed Jan 27, 12-05:00pm, lobbies 7,10 & Bush

No enrollment limit, no advance sign up
Single session event
Charm School is back! After a year on sabbatical, the program that helps cultivate basic social skills and teach the joy of etiquette has returned for a sixth year. Come join students, faculty and staff as you polish up your "Table Manners" and "E-mail Etiquette." Or learn how to "Butter Up Big Shots." An informative and fun time is guaranteed to be had by all! See you there!
Contact: Heather Trickett, W20-311, x3-0742, charm@mit.edu

LeaderShape '99
Kirk Kolenbrander , Annie McLeod, Ritu Gupta
Tue Jan 5, Wed Jan 6, Thu Jan 7, Fri Jan 8, Sat Jan 9, Sun Jan 10, 02-11:00pm, Sharon, MA

Enrollment limited: advance sign up required (see contact below)
Limited to 60 students.
Participants requested to attend all sessions (non-series)
Prereq: must be accepted to the Program (Program already full)
The MIT LeaderShape Institute is an intensive, six-day leadership program for MIT students. The dynamic,interactive environment gives students the opportunity to explore personal characteristics, enhance leadership skills, and work with other exceptional student leaders at MIT. This is an amazing opportunity to learn more about yourself, develop new friendships, and have a lot of fun!
Contact: Annie McLeod, W20-311, x3-0742, mcleoda@mit.edu

Mediation Training
Carol Orme-Johnson , Mark Cason-Snow, Mary Rowe, Thomas Zgambo, Toni Robinson
Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Mon, Jan 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 10am-01:00pm, Bldg 66, 1st floor, see sched. details on website

Enrollment limited: advance sign up required (see contact below)
Limited to 25 students.
Participants requested to attend all sessions (non-series)
Signup by: 09-DEC-98
Prereq: must complete on-line written application
Fee: 30.00 for food and beverages
Most people who take the training find their views on conflict resolution are permanently changed and their interpersonal communications much improved. Many use their mediation skills daily. The training includes lecture and role play, emphasizing active listening, diversity issues, and self-awareness. Completion of the 36-hour course leads to certification under Mass. law (not a license).
Web: http://web.mit.edu/mediation/www/training.html
Contact: Mark Cason-Snow, E18-470, x3-0784, msnow@mit.edu

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