We are thrilled to invite S-STEM scholars and alumni to join the S-STEM Resource and Evaluation Center (REC) for an S-STEM Scholars Community Workshop: Tips for Crafting and Communicating Your Personal Brand on Wednesday, February 28 at 3 p.m. ET. We will be joined by guest speaker Melissa Tsuji from Siena Heights University who will share some tips and insights to help participants better understand your identity as an S-STEM scholar, develop your personal brand, and articulate your personal brand to your professional network through platforms like LinkedIn. There will also be plenty of time to ask questions and learn more about engaging in the S-STEM Scholars Community.
S-STEM Scholars Community Workshop: Tips for Crafting and Communicating Your Personal Brand
Melissa Tsuji brings a variety of experiences to her role as Director of Career Services at Siena Heights University. Her expertise in experiential education, career development, business communications and more makes her an asset. Melissa teaches courses in internship preparation, career exploration, STEM careers, communications and more. She is currently a Co-PI for the NSF S-STEM Track 2 grant at Siena Heights. Melissa holds the Society of Human Resource Management -Certified Professional credential and currently serves as chair of the Greater Lenawee Chamber of Commerce board of directors. One of her favorite parts of her work with students is using her own professional network to help connect them with their next steps. In her spare time, Melissa teaches yoga.