COVID-19 Announcement

For the Fall 2020 semester, Rutgers will deliver the vast majority of its classes online.  It will offer a limited number of in-person courses that will be confined to topics that require on-site instruction, including clinical health care, lab classes, and fine arts performance.  For information, go to https://coronavirus.rutgers.edu.

Business/Management

Wed
03
Jul

OCPE Receives $1 Million Grant to Train Employees in one of NJ’s Fastest Growing Industries – Health Care

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NJ Department of Labor award will train incumbent workers of health care organizations

Several New Jersey health care facilities are getting a boost: their current front-line employees are receiving training to upgrade their skills from the Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education (OCPE) thanks to a $1 million grant awarded to OCPE by the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (DOL). The goal: help individual workers feel more valued and be more productive; save organizations time and money while making them more competitive; and retain highly skilled, high wage positions in the state.

Tue
25
Jun

A Home for Innovation

Rutgers Innovation Education class taking place

Need a place that fosters innovation and invention? The Rutgers Makerspace, located at the Center for Innovation Education on the Rutgers Livingston Campus, provides students, educators, and entrepreneurs with a hands-on learning environment that is part classroom, part workshop, and part think tank. Also known as ‘hackerspaces’, ‘fab labs’, and ‘makelabs’, makerspaces are creative laboratories where members with common interests such as engineering, computer programming, inventing, graphic design, and others gather to share resources and knowledge, network, and build innovative creations.

Thu
06
Jun

Spend Your Summer with CGS!

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The Center for Government Services (CGS) has been providing timely and relevant training for New Jersey state and local officials for over 60 years. This summer CGS is offering extended learning opportunities and mainstay programs for state and municipal employees.

New this summer is the Mini-Conference for Assessors. This two-day event is offered three times during the month of June in New Brunswick and Hammonton. Topics include Commissioners Short Course, Retaining and Recapturing Value, and Compliance Plans, to name a few.

Tue
04
Jun

Rutgers EMBA gave engineer a perspective that proved beneficial as he climbed company ranks

GREGORY SAUTER, A LICENSED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER

Gregory Sauter, an executive with the engineering titan AECOM Technology Corp. and a Rutgers Executive MBA alumnus, is happy to talk about the non-traditional start of his career.

Sauter veered from tradition when he realized he couldn’t muster up any excitement for his college liberal arts courses. After his first year, he packed up his bags and returned home to forge a more challenging path into the future: With little to draw on except having helped his father fix things around the house and some summer jobs, he started a construction company of his own.

“I wasn’t inspired,” he said, recalling his decision to abandon college and start working on his own. “What interested me was working with my hands and creating something.”

Wed
17
Apr

Center for Management Development Announces Updates for Mid-Management. Project Management Programs

Management, leadership training

The Center for Management Development has announced updates to two programs:

The Mid-Management Development Program has a new start date of May 15. Braun Kiess, a successful entrepreneur and management professional, has joined the program as instructor of the finance module.  The program is a high-level, results-centered program for managers with three to five years of experience, designed to enhance their strengths and increase performance.  The eight-day program will be offered from May 15 through August 7 in Piscataway. For more information, contact Peggy J. Grant, senior program director.

Tue
05
Feb

‘Retool Your Career’: Attend a Free Workshop, Meet Program Representatives at Continuing Education Fair, March 16

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The 2nd Annual ‘Retool Your Career’ Continuing Education Fair at Rutgers on Saturday, March 16, offers the public the opportunity to meet with representatives of scores of Rutgers continuing education programs and also attend a free career workshop on resume writing or networking.

The event will take place from 9 a.m. to noon at the Cook Campus Center, 59 Biel Road, on the Rutgers Cook Campus. It is free and open to the public. Registration is required for the workshops.

Anyone who is un- or under-employed, considering a career change, seeking continuing education credits for certification or licensing, or interested in pursuing higher education for career enhancement is welcome to attend.

Tue
29
Jan

Become an Effective Leader, Manager; Executive Education at School of Business-Camden Slates Spring Programs

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Executive Education at Rutgers School of Business-Camden has added several new continuing education courses offered at various locations focusing on leadership and management skills for supervisors and executives for the 2012 to 2013 academic year.

Wed
24
Oct

Mini-MBA on Social Media for Non-Profit Leaders Begins Nov. 12

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Rutgers’ Center for Management Development (CMD) is offering a new Mini-MBA program on “Social Media for Non-Profit Leaders and Public Officials,” Nov. 12-16. Registration is still open, but space is limited.

The nine-module program will present a new citizen-centric communication model that will engage, serve and connect constituents through social media channels. Both Johnson & Johnson and AT&T will present real-world case studies on the first day of the program during the module on "Community Impact Strategies and Engagement: Doing Well by Doing Good; How Corporations and NPOs are Aligning for Social Impact."

Thu
04
Oct

Rutgers School of Business-Camden Earns Prestigious Award for Executive Education Program

Joseph Amabile, power systems sales and rental manager for Foley, Inc., the Piscataway-based Caterpillar dealership, participated in the management training program developed by Rutgers-School of Business-Camden Executive Education in partnership with Caterpillar. The school has been recognized by Chief Learning Officer Magazine for its work with Caterpillar.

The Rutgers School of Business-Camden has been recognized by Chief Learning Officer Magazine for its work with equipment manufacturer Caterpillar, Inc. in building a global learning solution through its Executive Education Program.
 

Wed
12
Sep

Executive Education Slates Networking Breakfast and Course Preview on Effective Supervision, Oct. 4, in South Jersey

Executive Education Slates Networking Breakfast and Course

Managerial professionals interested in learning new strategies for developing a high performing workforce in their organizations are invited to attend a networking breakfast and seminar hosted by Executive Education at Rutgers School of Business—Camden.  The event will take place at the Holiday Inn in the Pureland Industrial Park in Swedesboro from 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m., Thursday, October 4

A half hour for networking and breakfast will be followed by a two-hour, content-rich preview of The 7.5 Key Strategies for Being an Effective Supervisor, a new two-day course that will be offered by Executive Education at the Enterprise Center at Burlington County College in Mount Laurel, December 4-5, as part of its corporate training programming.

The seminar will explore best practices in supervision, including insight into personal supervisory styles, accomplishing goals through others, and building a high performing team.

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