EACE 2014 Annual Conference
Pre-Conference Workshop: "The Call To Lead"
Learn the leadership training approach received by midshipmen in order to become Navy and Marine Corps Officers. Reflect on the information learned during your time visiting the Naval Academy and identify ways to apply leadership skills/concepts to yourself as a Career Professional, Recruitment Professional or someone who supports the college recruiting/career development process. (Price includes lunch)
Open to: Employers, Exhibitors and Career Professionals
Date: Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Time: 8:00am – 1:30pm
Cost: $50 Members; $75 Non-Members
Register Today! (If you would like to add this workshop to your existing registration, please contact Becca Stinner at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-931-8100)
About the Facilitators:
Christy Cunningham - Christy has 15 years of experience facilitating and training groups of students, professional staffs and community groups in a variety of industries. Her past positions include working in Human Resources for two world-renowned luxury hospitality companies serving as Director of Learning & Development at the New York Palace and as Training Manager for Four Seasons, Philadelphia.
Dia Harris - Dia D. Harris currently works for Johnson & Johnson, Family of Companies, as a Senior University Relations Specialist, where he provides strategic direction and account management for a selected group of schools and provides market research, tools, and consulting services to internal recruitment partners to enhance and enable their university recruitment objectives. Before joining J&J, Dia worked at KPMG, as a Diversity Recruiting Manager, where he led the overall planning, implementation, and evaluation of the campus recruitment program and while developing and executing recruiting efforts focused on diversity recruiting initiatives.
8:00am – 8:30am
Registration and transportation to the Naval Academy. Photo ID is required. Due to the condensed timeframe of the program the bus will depart at 8:30 SHARP.
9:00am – 11:15am
The theme is the leadership training received by midshipmen in order to become Navy and Marine Corps officers. The program begins with a showing of the film, THE CALL TO SERVE, in the Visitor Center theater, followed by a brief presentation by a retired military officer. Participants are taken on a guided walking tour of the Naval Academy, which includes information on the history and architecture of the Academy with emphasis on the mission, curriculum, athletics program and how midshipmen learn to work as a team. Marching Orders, a leadership team building exercise will conclude the formal presentation.
COMPREHENSIVE DESCRIPTION OF CORPORATE LEADERSHIP TOUR:
The United States Naval Academy is a four-year undergraduate program that offers a Bachelor of Science degree in 23 majors. The faculty numbers about 600, half military and half civilian. There are approximately 4,400 midshipmen. The term “midshipman” comes from the British Royal Navy. It was used to designate a youth stationed amidships to relay orders fore and aft. Today “midshipman” is an official rank. Every student is a Midshipman, whether male or female. A Midshipman graduates with the rank of Ensign in the U.S. Navy or 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps. The military obligation upon graduation is five years. This program introduces corporate team building groups to the education and leadership training required at the Naval Academy to become Navy and Marine Corps officers.
Transportation back to The Westin and individual reflection session.
11:40am – 12:30pm
Break-out Reflection Session
There will an Employer and a Career Professional Track Option.
12:30pm – 1:30pm
Lunch with EACE Executive Board and conference newcomers.