The ASPIRE program will provide Laurier's graduate students and postdocs expertise in and commitment to constructive leadership, both as individuals and team members. The offerings in this area are intended to promote skills in management, conflict resolution, personal growth, self-presentation, coordination, networking, and team building.
Fall 2014 Preview
The ASPIRE partners are hard at work developing new programming for graduate students. In the meantime, here is a sneak peak of offerings in the fall 2014 term below. You can also see a complete listing of our past events here. All fall 2014 ASPIRE events will be posted by September 1, 2014.
Putting the "U" in Community: Tools for Civic Engagement and Professional Growth
This workshop explores how your academic and career goals can be aligned with unique opportunities for civic engagement and experiential learning. Learn More
Career Professionalism (Mitacs)
This workshop strives to increase participant awareness of how actions and behaviours can solidify and undo personal and professional reputations when working closely with others. Learn more.
In this workshop you will learn to recognize and utilize the skills of others to achieve workplace goals quickly while gaining the understanding of what it takes to lead and participate in a truly effective work team that meets deadlines and sees results. Learn more.