Live and On-Demand Learning

In response to the impacts of COVID-19 on our university and global community, CityU has launched the Learn With CityU website as a means of providing online opportunities to inform and connect. At CityU, we believe learning happens anywhere and everywhere, and in these unique times when many of us are place-bound, we share these live and on-demand resources as a free means of connecting you to expert information in a variety of fields in which we teach. Be well and continue to learn – especially in trying times.

Live Events

Arden Clise

Virtual Meeting Etiquette Essentials and Best Practices

Tue, June 9 | 1 pm – 2 pm (PDT)

Social distancing has made virtual meetings invaluable for staying connected socially and professionally. However, video conferencing meetings may have you wondering what is and isn’t appropriate and how best to communicate Hollywood Squares style. Whether you are a virtual meeting newbie or pro, learn digital etiquette essentials and best practices to effectively and courteously communicate virtually. Arden Clise is a business etiquette and customer service expert and author of Spinach in Your Boss’s Teeth: Etiquette Essentials for Professional Success.

Free Webinar | Watch the Recording

#Etiquette #VirtualMeetings #CityUCares #LearnWithCityU

Planned Giving 101: Incorporating Planned Giving into Your Fundraising

Thu, June 25 | 12 noon – 1 pm (PDT)

Are you one of the many nonprofit leaders and fundraiser intimidated by the idea of implementing planned giving? It’s not as complicated as it sounds! Join our webinar on June 25th, where Janell Johnson, a Certified Specialist in Planned Giving with more than 10 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, will give you the tools and confidence to incorporate planned giving into your existing fundraising efforts, regardless of your organization’s size or annual budget.

Free Webinar | Watch the Recording

#PlannedGiving #SIP #CityUCares #LearnWithCityU

PSBJ Straight Talk: The Future of Education

Thu, July 9 | 9am – 10:30am (PDT)

In March, our educational institutions were turned upside down by the stay at home order. Schools went fully virtual overnight, a difficult adjustment that also underscored some of the equity issues our community was already facing, such as access to the internet. Hear what our K-12 and higher educational institutions are planning for the fall, the challenges they face in making necessary changes, and how the business community can help this generation continue to learn and become the workforce of the future. Panelists include CityU President Randy Frisch.

Free Webinar | Watch the Recording
The higher education panel begins at about 44:00.

#HigherEd #K12 #CityUCares #LearnWithCityU

On Demand

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Bryan Carter Dr. Bryan Carter, program director of undergraduate programs at City University of Seattle’s Albright School of Education, showcases how CityU uses video to support our future teachers. During COVID-19 and Beyond: Utilizing Video to Support Teacher Candidates.
five tips Learn like a Pro with CityU. There are many benefits to learning online, but also big challenges to overcome. Here are 5 top tips chosen by CityU students to make your online learning experience as productive and successful as it can be.
man working remotely As more of us start working from home, we’re learning the hard way that we’re facing increased security threats from hackers. Read more about how to protect yourself while working from home in this Seattle Times article featuring CityU faculty and students.
video conference CityU alumna Nancy Nelson, an Instructional Coach for Technology in the Puyallup School District, was featured in a recent national webinar with Common Sense Media: Distance Learning with Common Sense: Ahead of the Curve – Scene Report from Washington.
city university of seattle In response to COVID-19, the CityU Counseling Center and CityU Counseling students have curated this list of Stay at Home Resources with information to help keep you physically and mentally well during this unique time.
sanford harmony at city university of seattle Sanford Programs has created the Harmony at Home toolkit to support social and emotional wellbeing for students and families during this difficult time. This toolkit offers a variety of lessons and activities, as well as guidance for parents and guardians. Questions? Contact Rob Cavness