The programs below are designed to provide Haas staff development opportunities connected to executing the School's strategic plan and mission. These series of workshops and training programs are tailored for Haas and are facilitated by the School's senior leadership and/or theme experts. In these interactive workshops and training programs staff will experiment new behaviors and/or ways of thinking.
The Multicultural Education Program (MEP) is one of six initiatives funded by the Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund to work towards institutional change and to create a positive campus climate for diversity. The MEP is a five-year initiative to establish a sustainable infrastructure for activities like educational consultation and diversity workshops for the campus that address both specific topics, and to cater to group needs across the campus.
The Multicultural Education Program is pleased to offer workshops for staff and campus departments that address issues of diversity, inclusion and multiculturalism. Workshops are now open for the Spring 2019 Semester. See below for the most current schedule.
Through time-bound projects sponsored by Haas senior leaders, the Project Bank fosters the development of professional, managerial and/or leadership capabilities. It provides Haas staff opportunities to learn and share best practices by working in a different role, function or unit at Haas.
Project Title: Engage @ Haas Team Leader
Executive Sponsor: Denise Boyd, Director of HR and Administration Approximate
Approximate Start Date: 1/7/2019
Project Duration: 12 months
Time Commitment: 1-2 hrs/wk Applications are being accepted through 12/21/18
Project Description: Lead the Engage@Haas team to organize staff activities that contribute to building engagement and community at Haas
How to Apply:
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