Career development facilitator training offered

It is imperative that faculty, staff and academic/student-services administration understand their impactful roles as career development facilitators within a student-centered ecosystem.

As career development facilitators, people can work together to lead in the personal professional development of all students, systemwide, at Washington State University.

This training is offered from 10:30 a.m.-noon in the Lighty Student Services building, Room 405. This course is also available via videoconference. Click here to register.

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