Helpful Information & Reading Materials
LAW SCHOOL RESOURCES
- Law School Forum Workshops - https://www.lsac.org/lawschoolforums/workshops.html
- National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators: (NASFAA) - www.studentaid.org
- New York State Financial Aid Administrators Association (NYSFAAA) -www.nysfaaa.org
- New York State Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC) - www.hesc.com
- US Department of Education - www.ed.gov
- The Financial Aid Homepage - www.finaid.org
- Mapping Your Future - www.mapping-your-future.org
GRASSHOPPER READING MATERIALS
CHAMBER PARALEGAL CERTIFICATE READING MATERIALS
LEGAL RESEARCH & WRITING (PART 2)
Free Training: The Business of Freelance Writing
Introduction: Some of us complement our revenue by doing freelance writing on the side. Some of us are full-time freelancers. Does freelancing make sense for you? And how can you do it better? Get published, get paid, and make freelancing your business!
Description: Journalism is not only a calling – it’s a business. Freelance reporters, in particular, need to become smart business people to make a living in a tough, competitive field. In this workshop, two longtime freelancers will teach you: How to come up with ideas; What subjects are in demand now; How to pitch to editors and where; How to read and negotiate contracts; How to manage your time and budget; How to get paid; How to deal with taxes; What are the ethics of freelancing.
Details: September 18, 2019 2-5 PM at Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY. CLICK HERE FOR DIRECTIONS
This session will be full of personal, concrete examples applicable to your work. Bring your questions and ideas!
This free training is open only to members of the metro New York-based community and ethnic media.
Storytelling: How to Win Business & Engage Your Audience
Introduction: Executive Presentation Workshop - The amount of time that you have to capture the attention of your audience is dwindling. As soon as you utter your first word the countdown begins. Only individuals and teams that have something interesting to say are the ones that win new business, influence investors, and engage colleagues. LEARN MORE HERE.
Learn how you can leverage the power of storytelling to attract and hold attention while delivering key messages and takeaways that will prompt action. Remember the clock is ticking! Effectively engage your audience and leave them wanting more!
Workshop Details: Sep 13, 2019 (8:30am-10:00AM); Dale Carnegie- 780 Third Ave, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10017. At our brand new office space!