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

Registration is Open for Management & Leadership Development Program Winter 2011 Special Sessions

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The Rockefeller Center's Management & Leadership Development Program (MLDP) offers not only the one-term structured program that students apply for, but also several "Special Sessions" that are open to current and past participants of MLDP.  We also welcome students who are not affiliated with MLDP to register for these Special Sessions.  A simple registration is required, and is completed online.

Darin Eich, leading the "Tools & Techniques for Facilitating Group Leadership Discussion & Activities" MLDP special session on January 3rd

The list of Winter term offerings include:

  • Tools & Techniques for Facilitating Group Leadership Discussion & Activities - Wednesday, 1/5/11 at 5 PM
  • Thinking and Speaking with Precision - Friday, 2/4/11 at 4 PM =OR= Saturday, 2/5/11 at 10:30 AM
  • Etiquette Dinner - Friday, 2/4/11 at 6 PM
  • Pre-Internship Training - Saturday, 2/5/11 at 12:30 PM
  • Excel - Saturday, 2/26/11 at 1 PM

Students who would like to be a MLDP small group facilitator or a Rockefeller Center Discussion Group Leader must attend the "Tools & Techniques for Facilitating Group Leadership Discussion & Activities" session.

Students who would like to enhance their chances of receiving funding for an unpaid internship from the Rockefeller Center should attend the Pre-Internship Training, the Etiquette Dinner and ONE of the “Thinking and Speaking with Precision” sessions.

Students who receive funding for an internship, or just want to enhance technical skills, should attend the Excel session and ONE of the “Thinking and Speaking with Precision” sessions.

Please register only if you know that you can attend, as spaces are limited!  Room locations and reminders are sent out by email.  Please contact Danielle Thompson if you have any questions, and feel free to share this information with other students that you believe would be interested.

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