Amber Stark / Tuesday, January 10, 2023 / Categories: Member News, Items of Interest, Education Resources, SIOP Source Building Social & Professional Connections in I-O Workshop to Be Held Jan. 26 The SIOP Education and Training Online Programs Subcommittee is hosting a free, virtual workshop for I-O psychology graduate students and faculty Jan. 26. Building Social & Professional Connections in I-O features keynote speaker Dr. NaTasha Jordan, director of Consulting with The Sasha Group. This session will focus on helping students understand how to market themselves as a professional in the field. This will include helpful tips on creating a virtual presence, understanding oneself, and how to sell oneself in a professional environment. Attendees will also have an opportunity to practice these skills in the speed networking activity that will follow the address from the keynote speaker. Attending this workshop will help attendees: Make connections Develop relevant skills Prepare for their I-O-related careers This workshop series is intended for graduate students pursuing a degree in I-O psychology or a similar field. It focuses on virtual resources, supporting the applicability of this content to students in hybrid and online programs. Building Social & Professional Connections in I-O 7-8:30 p.m. ET Thursday, January 26, 2023 Register This workshop is the third in a series designed to help connect I-O graduate students, particularly those in online graduate programs, to the greater I-O community through engagement with keynote speakers, alumni panelists, skill-building sessions, and other networking opportunities. The recordings from the Resources for I-O Graduate Programs session and the Finding Career Opportunities in I-O Psychology and Related Fields are now available. Previous Article SIOP Diversifying I-O Psychology Program Now Recruiting Scholars, Research Mentors Next Article Registration Is Now Open for Next SIOP Work Smart Series Virtual Event Print 514 Rate this article: 3.0 Tags: Education and Training Online Programs Subcommitte Comments are only visible to subscribers.