PHSC's Bobcat Pantry is a donation-based service, free to students who need assistance in having their basic needs met. The pantry provided supplemental food and various hygiene products to ensure no student goes without. Students in need or individuals who would like to donate can call 855-669-7472, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For your entire academic career, you have been lied to about studying. New studies in neuroscience suggest that the most common study habits, like rereading and cramming, don’t help you learn. This workshop covers methods anyone can use, regardless of “learning style,” to embed information in long term memory and study smarter instead of harder.
You can overcome any obstacle with the right support group and drive to become a better version of yourself. The difficulty is having resiliency when facing life's problems. Learn about how to cultivate persistence in the face of adversity. In our second part you'll understand how social prejudices can restrict your ability to learn and view things with transparency. You'll leave with the ability to have an open mind in not only the business world but in life.
In this workshop, participants will learn the ins and outs of time management. We will also discuss Canvas tips and tricks for you to stay organized in your online class. Strategies and other technology tools for time management will also be discussed.
1. Participants will be able to define time management.
2. Participants will learn to categorize their time management strategies and tools.
3. Participants will learn how to integrate time management techniques and Canvas tools into their online class.
We would like to host a Universal Periodic Review (UPR) to empower students to become leaders in their communities and advocates for human rights. A UPR is an advocacy opportunity for the community to engage the UN on strengthening human rights in the United States by having an organic, open group discussion resulting in constructive and specific feedback in the form of observations and recommendations for the U.S. federal government via written notes. In addition to the feedback for the U.S. government, our UPR will also focus on local action, both what students can do and what we can do as a community.
Through sharing their experiences and recommendations, students will hear about the adversities of others, reflect on the human rights issues affecting their communities and learn the importance of taking local action. Students will practice how to be good leaders, by listening to others as the first step to implementing change, while getting the opportunity to actually give feedback to the United Nations about human rights issues they care about.
This interactive workshop will enable students to start taking broad goals and breaking them into smaller plans of action. Through engaging group activities attendees will learn to create a mindset of how to take academic and personal goals and turn them into daily tasks. Students will be empowered to develop their own arsenal of resources. User-friendly “habit tracking” apps and tools will assist in developing routines. Attendees will leave with simple strategies to keep their goals on target!
Students will become aware of the following:
* how to synthesize large goals into daily application
* learn how to develop a resource reconnaissance mindset
* awareness about "habit trackers" and goal setting tools and how to implement to monitor the steps needed to keep goals on target
A focus wheel is a tool used to help clarify, concentrate and maintain focus on a specific life goal.
Students will assess eight areas of thier lives, and focus on one for improvement. They will envision what attaining this goal would look like, where they are now, and five things they can do to move forward on this area.
Royal Palm Ballroom4:00pm to 6:30pmAll AttendeesNestor Ortiz
4pm Games and Prizes
4:15 Starting with Why, Sam Eshelman
4:45 Effective Goal Setting, Laura Raposa
5:15 Taking Action, Jessica White
5:45 Featured Speaker: Into the Gray w/ Nestor Ortiz, President and CEO, 16 Point Compass Consulting