The Lakeland Information Session was a huge success. I spoke about how Saint Leo University has allowed me to not only follow my dreams, but also make them a reality. Earning my degrees (Associates, Bachelors and MBA in HR) from Saint Leo University has provided many professional opportunities, which without a degree would not be possible. I spoke about how I was able to stay focused on the goal of earning my degree(s) and how I turned several “failures” into life learning lessons.
Saint Leo University not only teaches you the concepts for earning a degree, but core life values such as: community, respect, personal development, responsible stewardship and integrity. I ended on this note: “Turn your mess into your greatest message.”
Thank you to the Saint Leo University Lakeland Education Center for inviting me to speak as the Key Note Speaker for the Information Session Event, and for more information on earning your degree with Saint Leo University go to www.saintleo.edu
Location: Saint Leo University, Lakeland Education Center
Date: Wednesday, March 26
Time: 6pm – 8pm
Do you want to learn more about Saint Leo University? What degree programs they offer? How you can start your academic career right? Well, come to the Saint Leo University, Lakeland Education Center “Information Session” on Wednesday, March 26 from 6pm – 8pm. I will be the Key Note Speaker on the importance of education in this job market and how goal setting has improved my professional value. It will not only be informative, but you will have a chance to meet some of the faculty and speak with us one-on-one. Jot down your questions and have them ready to ask.
Alena White, the Center Director and Jimmy Surin, Assistant Director will both be in attendance to answer your questions about Saint Leo University. See you there, next Wednesday.
Do you know that you have professional value? Do you want to know how to increase your professional value? I will be speaking on the importance of professional value. Many times we don’t have the time to evaluate our professional value and are entangled with “getting the job” and not understanding our own professional value. During this speaking event, I will be discussing how professional value is important to all aspects of you life and how you can grow your professional value. Along with steps toward developing your professional value and handouts for getting started toward achieving your professional goals. 10 available seats, for more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to Saint Leo University for the feature in the “Continuing Education Updates” newsletter. I have to say, I was super surprised and excited all at the same time. Enjoy this quick article about my Saint Leo University experience.
Continuing Education Updates
(Issue #412, September 22, 2013)
Here is another reminder of why we do what we do.
Jenice Armstead ’04 ’06
Military Service: United States Navy (1997 – 2004) Yeoman Second Class (Seabee Combat Warfare Specialist) – SCWS
Alumni ’04 ’06, Key West, FL Education Center and MBA Online
“Saint Leo University opened up the doors of opportunity for the future. Saint Leo University welcomed a Navy veteran who had no idea who or what she wanted to be. Saint Leo University became my home away from home. The education which I was allowed and afforded to earned, opened and has given a plethora of opportunities. I have grown in my profession of business and human resources management in ways that would have never been possible without the education and experience gained while attending Saint Leo University. I have worked for the federal government and private companies. In my most recent accomplishments I have begun a teaching career with Saint Leo University, become a self-published author and human resources consultant. My life has surely improved and I have been an inspiration to those who want to improve their lives by pursing an education with Saint Leo University. I have been truly blessed with life, liberty and opportunity. I look forward to my professional future, as I know the foundation has been laid for success.”