In Celebration of Allied Health Professions Week the Maricopa Community Colleges Present:
Student Day - Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Click Here to register for this event.
|10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.||University Partners will be available to discuss opportunities and options for advancing your education to meet the growing demand for qualified health care professionals.|
|12:00 p.m. - 12:55 p.m.||Registration and Sign-In|
|1:00 p.m. - 1:10 p.m.||Welcome - Dr. Eugene Giovannini, President GateWay Community College|
|1:10 p.m. – 2:00 p.m||
Dr. Dan Lufkin, GateWay Community College
As part of this workshop students will be provided tools, techniques, and skills for better managing their time. During this interactive workshop, students will be able to learn how to cope with the various stresses manifested by the lack of organization skills and ineffective uses of time. This session will teach students the many benefits associated with time management as it relates to achieving academic and professional success.
|2:00 p.m. – 2:10 p.m.||Break|
|2:10 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.||
Laura Hadley, Banner Health
Resume Writing Tips and Interview Techniques
As part of this workshop students will learn the three basic types of resumes and which one that might work best to showcase your experience and skills.
|3:00 p.m. – 3:10 p.m.||Break|
|3:10 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.||
Panel Discussion: Professional Behavior for Health Care Workers
Laura Hadley - Banner Health
Sharon Rayman - Dignity Health
Jason Jaimes - Mayo Health
Leah Hill - Scottsdale Health Care
About the Speakers
A Dean of Enrollment Management and instructor of Sociology, Dan Lufkin has been working in education for over 15 years. During his tenure, he has taught several disciplines at all levels of education including elementary, middle school and high school classes, later entering the profession of higher education. As a former Director of Student Life and Leadership, Dan has worked extensively with student leaders, club members, and club officers on the importance of time management. His time management skills and techniques are not only derived from current research, but also include personal experiences that are applicable to all students and professionals alike. Dan has presented several time management workshops over the past 7 years and is committed to assisting students in using their time effectively and efficiently.
Dan has a doctoral degree in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University, a Master’s in Educational Leadership from Northern Arizona University, and a Bachelors’ of Arts in Sociology and Elementary Education from the State University of New York at Potsdam.
Laura Hadley, Program Manager for Student Experiences at Banner Health, has more than 20 years of progressively responsible experience in Healthcare. Her current position in the Talent Acquisition department has her overseeing as many as 10,000 student experiences annually at Banner facilities across seven states. Her responsibilities include collaborative workforce planning that positions Banner to meet future hiring needs.
Previously, Laura had spent 16 years as a respiratory therapist. The last 7 of these were served as the Respiratory Educator at Banner Thunderbird Medical Center where she was recognized by the AZ Society for Respiratory Care (AZSRC) as “Educator of the Year” in 2008. She remains actively involved in her professional organizations, serving as Vice-President of the AZSRC in 2010.
Laura Hadley is a Registered Respiratory Therapist who also holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Arizona State University and is currently pursuing a Master of Organizational Development degree.
Sharon Rayman is a HealthCare/Career Development Educator at Dignity Health Formerly St. Joseph Hospital and Medical Center in Phoenix Arizona. In her current position she acts as an adjunct faculty member and Student Services Support Coordinator. Sharon has 25 years experience in various management and leadership roles in healthcare and 16 years experience as didactic and clinical faculty in adult health nursing and career development. Sharon also worked for 10 years in the field of organ donation and transplantation. Sharon holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from South Dakota State University and a Master of Science in Adult Health Nursing from Arizona State University.
Leah Hill is a strong advocate for education, healthcare, and workforce development. She has worked at Scottsdale Healthcare for almost nine years. She currently provides system and community advocacy and support in the development and management of programs and services to grow the next generation of healthcare professionals.
Leah is a certified Global Career Development Facilitator and a certified mediator, with undergraduate training in communication, business, world languages, kinesiology, software development, natural, physical, and social sciences. She has also received post-graduate education in alternative dispute resolution, non-profit management, and career development.