July 11, 2014 
Professional Development Seminars
ITT Technical Institute
Wilmington, MA

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Concurrent Seminars
8:30 am - 12:00 Noon


Creating a Professional Social Brand

 From Facebook and Instagram, to Twitter and LinkedIn, social media has become ingrained in the everyday life of most people, especially your current students and graduates. But many students and graduates don’t realize that what happens on their personal social media can play a huge role in their professional lives. This seminar will teach you how to help your students manage their personal branding to ensure that they’re putting their best faces forward as they approach a job hunt. Learn best practices for managing a professional social media presence, steps for getting students started, and how you can help them create a positive online brand for themselves. 

Presented by:
Cassie Viau | Director of Social Media Services | Effective Student Marketing

Who should attend: 
Faculty 


Financial Aid  Part 1  | Understanding and Implementing the Subsidized Usage Limit Applies (SULA)

How the rule came about What is the rule
To whom does the rule apply Calculating remaining eligibility
Rounding COD Processing
Examples

Financial Aid  Part 2  | Defining Ethics and Morality In the Financial Aid Office

Outline Expectations/Hold Staff Accountable
Define and distribute Code of Ethics Document
Rules of Behavior for Student Interactions
Professional Judgment
File Review
Self Assessment
Training

Presented by: 
Kelly Maikowski| Corporate Director of Financial Aid | NETTTS
Colleen Russo | Vice President of Educational Funding | Porter and Chester 

Who should attend: 
School Directors,  Administrators and Financial Aid Personnel