CityU helps military leaders make the transition to the corporate world with real-world business acumen taught by military-friendly instructors.
Business leadership modules include in-demand organizational training in Project Management, Six Sigma Green Belt as well as topics such as Influencing without Authority; Building Trust and Agreement; Decision Making; and Communication and Accountability.
Career Transition Modules include: Networking; Interviewing; Resume Development/LinkedIn; Business Writing; Business Math; Microsoft Office: Outlook, Word, Excel & PowerPoint; Goal-Setting and Climbing the Corporate Ladder.
Students also engage with veterans who have made successful corporate transitions and have the opportunity to visit some of the regions’ top corporations.
Cost: $2,682 (includes all instructional books and materials)
2015 Course Locations
City University of Seattle – Tacoma
Mon-Thu: Aug. 10-13
Thursday: Aug. 20, 27; Sept. 3, 10, 17, 24; Oct. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
To register contact Lana Lee at 253-896-3228 or e-mail her at email@example.com.
Registration deadline: All registrations and payments must be received no later than five-days prior to the course start. Late registrations will be taken into consideration and handled on a space-available basis.
Program Requirements: Applicants are recommended to have a Bachelor’s Degree and five years leadership experience OR Associate’s Degree with eight years of experience in a particular field, with five of those years in a leadership role
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