The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

Student Workshops

The Rockefeller Center offers workshops each term that are open to all students, including first-year students.

17F Student Workshop

Kevin Richman presents a workshop on "Navigating Intergenerational Conflict in the Workplace." (Photo by Preeti Rishi) 

Dave Uejio shares with students interested in a federal service

Dave Uejio shares with students interested in a federal service career the many different options available to them and how to get started.

"Beyond Buzzwords" workshop facilitated by Deloitte Consulting LLP

Students use the design thinking process as a problem-solving approach during the workshop “Beyond Buzzwords” facilitated by Deloitte Consulting LLP.

Etiquette Dinner

Robert Shutt facilitates the "Etiquette Dinner" workshop and demonstrates that courtesy counts and manner matters when business and food come together. 

Dr. Kevin Hainline conducts a workshop about fermi problems

Dr. Kevin Hainline from the Department of Physics and Astronomy conducts “Back-of-the-Envelope Calculations,” a workshop about fermi problems.

Topics include public speaking, formal dining etiquette, project management, Excel training, fundraising, event planning, and more. These workshops typically last an hour and a half. For more information, contact Robin Frye, program officer, co-curricular programs or visit our website News & Events page.

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