DePaul University Staff Council > Get Involved > Professional Development & Staff Leadership Opportunities
Applications are now being accepted for Chicago Quarter Staff Professionals for Fall 2021. To apply, complete the short application form by Friday, February 26. Notifications for all Staff Professional applicants will be made on an ongoing basis.
Chicago Quarter courses acquaint first-year students at DePaul with the metropolitan community, its neighborhoods, cultures, people, institutions, organizations and urban issues. Students also learn about university life, resources and how to be a successful student through the Common Hour portion of each Chicago Quarter course. For more information on courses offered, see this list of courses from last fall quarter.
For more information, feel free to attend the information session on Thursday, February 18 from 3:00-4:00 PM. Register on DeHUB for the Zoom link.
See the Chicago Quarter website for more details, and e-mail email@example.com for more information or with any questions.
Health Promotion and Wellness is currently offering several training workshops in Mental Health First Aid, a national certification program to provide participants with the skills and knowledge to identify a mental health crisis/concern, provide adequate support and resources, and get the person to help in a timely manner.
Register for one of the upcoming trainings via DeHUB:
February 22, 2021: Register at http://dehub.cglink.me/r10747
March 17, 2021: Register at http://dehub.cglink.me/r10748
April 1, 2021: Register at http://dehub.cglink.me/r10749
Contact Health Promotion Coordinator Katrina Wagner with any questions.
The Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity offers the BUILD Diversity Certificate, a professional development diversity certificate available to all DePaul staff and faculty. The certificate program helps participants develop cultural competencies, offering the tools necessary for linking diversity to organizational and work performance, and connecting the university's Vincentian mission of dignity and respect for all individuals to our core operating business principles.
There is a Level 1 certifcate program, as well as an advanced Level 2 certificate. Courses may also be taken individually for those who do not want to pursue the full certificate program.
Detailed information about certificate requirements, course descriptions, and schedules can be found on the BUILD website.
Learn about the variety of certificate programs offered on the Continuing and Professional Education (CPE) website. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions not answered on the website.
Connect with other DePaul parents and network on topics related to parenthood. For more information, visit the DePaul Parent Connection website.
Learn about upcoming events and how to join on the DePaul Women's Network website. E-mail DPUWomensNetwork@depaul.edu with any questions not answered on the website.
Health Promotion and Wellness (HPW) provides holistic education, support, and resources for individuals to establish and sustain long-term, healthy behaviors, including hosting a number of trainings and workshops open to staff. View their events calendar here.
Staff are invited to use the Idea Realization Lab and attend Idea Realization Lab workshops at no cost.
Staff who are currently managing (or planning to manage) student employees can pursue the Student Employment Manager Certification Program.
Staff may complete the four course training program RecordsU to become an Official DePaul Records Coordinator. E-mail email@example.com with any questions not answered on the website.
Staff Council serves as the official liaison between staff and other university constituencies by advocating for staff, participating in shared governance, and engaging with staff about issues faced in the workplace. Learn more about Staff Council, its upcoming meetings and events, and annual election information on the Staff Council website.
Did another staff member at the university do something stellar and you want to acknowledge their excellent performance? Submit a "Staff Shout-Out" form to celebrate them and simply acknowledge great work! There is no limit to how many times you can say "You are terrific at your job."An email will be sent to your shout-out nominee. If you are unsure of the recipient's email, you can look them up in the Outlook directory.
Information about values-centered leadership certification and training programs can be found on the Vincent on Leadership training website. E-mail Pat Bombard at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Learn about Workplace Learning training options on the Office of Human Resources Workplace Learning website. E-mail email@example.com with any questions not answered on the website.