StrengthsMonth

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February 1 - February 28, 2018

The Office of Student Activities and Leadership is excited to host a series of programs that will give students the opportunity to discover and apply their strengths. From February 1 through February 28, students will have the opportunity to take the CliftonStrengths (formerly known as StrengthsQuest) assessment for FREE (there is typically a $10 charge) with the completion of a Strengths 101 workshop!

Register for Strengths Month

Any undergraduate or graduate student is encouraged to register for Strengths Month. There is no involvement or GPA requirement to take the assessment for FREE and students who complete CliftonStrengths find that this is a meaningful tool to learn more about what unique talents you possess. Are you looking to become more meaningfully engaged on campus? Take this free opportunity to learn more about your natural talents so that you can productively apply them to your involvement, academics, relationships.

Explore our 4 tier learning opportunity

1. StrengthsQuest talent IDENTIFICATION & Strengths 101 session Attendance
Register to complete the cliftonstrengths assessment

All students who register for Strengths Month will need to complete the online CliftonStrengths assessment (directions will be sent to you via email after your registration is complete) and attend a Strengths 101 workshop.

Strengths 101

Are you able to talk about your talents, what makes you uniquely YOU? For most of us this is uncomfortable because either we don't know or we can only vaguely describe what our unique talents are. Take advantage of this free opportunity to take the online CliftonStrengths assessment and attend a Strengths 101 workshop so that you can better understand and leverage your unique talents and gifts. Give us 60 minutes and we will help you become more self-aware and confident in the ways you can uniquely contribute to our campus community!

February 2 - Strengths 101, 1 to 2 p.m., TVUC Senior Classroom A

February 5 - Strengths 101 for Graduate Students, 4 to 5 p.m., TVUC Senior Classrooms A/B

February 6 - Strengths 101, 10 to 11 a.m., TVUC First Floor Conference Room
2. Advanced Sessions

Advanced sessions will be offered to participants who have taken the CliftonStrengths assessment!

February 9 - Strengths and Your Personal Brand, 1 to 2 p.m., TVUC Senior Classroom A

February 12 - Strengths and Wellness, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., TVUC First Floor Conference Room

February 14 - Strengths and Relationships, 1 to 2 p.m., TVUC Senior Classroom A

February 20 - Strengths and Leadership, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., 301 Thwing Center

February 22 - Advancing Your Strengths, 4 to 5:30 p.m., 201 Thwing Center (Graduate students only)

February 26 - Strengths and Academics, 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., TVUC Senior Classroom A

3. 1-1 Strengths Conversations

Your top 5 strengths are unique and your learning should be too! Let us talk through your talents and strengths with you so that you can leave with an intentional plan to develop and leverage them. Looking for clarification, a deeper understanding or to think about your strengths from a different lens... then schedule a 30 minute conversation with a certified Strengths Coach today! Follow this link to schedule a 30 minute meeting!

*Students who participate in a strengths conversation will be entered into a raffle to win a 1-1 coaching session with access to your full 34 theme report.

4. Team Strengths Workshops:

Are you a part of an executive board or team that could benefit from a strengths based approach? Let one of our experienced staff facilitate a workshop for your team. The goal of a team workshop is two fold: to help each individual team member learn more about their unique talents, what they will bring to and need from the group and explore how the team can function more productively by understanding and utilizing the talents of each team member. Follow this link to sign up for a team workshop!

Strengths Squad Members:

Leah Shaw, Student Activities & Leadership
Matt Knickman, Student Activities & Leadership
Aaron Baker, Residence Life
Laura Riegger, Residence Life
Luke Ahrens, Residence Life
Ali Martin Scoufield, Title IX
Jennifer DeSantis, Educational Services for Students
Dave DiBase, Career Center
Laura Bentley, Center for Civic Engagement & Learning
Susan Kowaza, Greek Life
Ashley St. Jean, University Housing