Upcoming NAEP Webinars
NAEP: Involvement, Engagement, Leadership
A Webinar for those wishing to know more, do more, and become more with NAEP
Monday, April 17, 2017
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NAEP Apr 17 2017 engagement webinar
This informative webinar is being delivered by the NAEP Internal Leadership Development Strategic Pillar and is intended for new members, our seasoned membership, and non-members alike.
Listen to the stories of current NAEP volunteer leaders, learn more about NAEP and its strategic endeavors, and take away detailed information on how you could become more involved with NAEP.
Presented by the NAEP Internal Leadership Development Strategic Pillar Chair:
With a Strategic Plan overview by NAEP President:
Brock A. Hoegh, CEP
Personal stories delivered by various NAEP volunteer leaders.
The NAEP Internal Leadership Development Strategic Pillar: Investing in Each Other. What will your story be?
Any questions or for assistance with registration please contact Tim Bower at 856-283-7816 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2017 APU & NAEP Webinar Series
Join us for our sixth exciting year of interactive webcasts with our environmental industry experts brought to you by American Public University and the National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP). National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP) and American Public University (APU) have shared efforts through an educational alliance with the goal to help prepare environmental professionals to advance in their field through career-relevant education. With this goal in mind, NAEP and American Public University leaders are collaborating on a sixth year of webcast series focused on career preparation and professional development for environmental professionals. The first webinar in this three part series will be held on Wednesday, February 8, 2017 at 2pm ET.
NAEP and APU 3 Part Webinar Series
To register please visit https://naep2017.splashthat.com/
Please note that these are free webinars so please register today.
Wednesday, February 8, 2017
2:00 - 3:15 PM [ET]
Part 1: Transitioning to the Professional World: What you Don’t Learn in the Academic Classroom
To view a recording of this webinar please visit https://naep2017-1.splashthat.com/
This webinar will focus on dynamics in the office for environmental professionals. A difference in work culture exists from what you experienced in the academic classroom and in other fields compared to the professional work environment. Navigating the work environment is a skill one develops over time and with experience. This skill set includes having the right attitude and being ready to receive advice. While the topics may include the benefits of completing internships and the larger concepts of a work ethic, the webinar will be broken down into work sectors (e.g., private, government, non-governmental organizations [NGOs]).
Speakers: Ron Deverman, John Esson, Daniel Reed, Shannon Stewart
For speaker bios and more information please visit https://naep2017-1.splashthat.com/
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
2:00 - 3:15 PM [ET]
Part 2: Technology Tools in the Environmental Field
This webinar will introduce the audience to tools, equipment, and software that they may see in the field or in the office. The webinar will cover data mining of existing data sources, impact analysis applications, and relate training opportunities. Some possible tools include geographic information systems (GIS), data analysis, and government databases.
Speakers: Heidi Heartmann, Lee Walston, Yuki Hamada, Marie Campbell
Wednesday, November 15
2:00 - 3:15 PM [ET]
Part 3: Career Development: Getting in the Door and Being Present
This webinar will offer a mix of topics from interview skills to resumes building and updating to broadening your connections and maintaining a social media presence, as well as other means of networking. The topics are relevant not only to the rising professional but to the mid-career professional already working in the field. Some topics include being available to others through mentoring, active involvement in volunteer opportunities, enriched community experiences, and participating in conferences and training sessions. One further consideration is managing your own expectations for your career and being proactive in getting there.
Speakers: John Esson, Leslie Tice, Charlie Venuto, Elizabeth D’Andrea