Monthly Workshops

"We know what we are, but know not what we may be."

- William Shakespeare

9 Monthly Workshops

 

Semester 1

August 29

ORIENTATION AND TEAM BUILDING:
Meet Your Coach and Your Team
Consider Your Life's Purpose

September 1

WORK AS A FORCE FOR GOOD:
Where My Strengths Meet Societal Needs
Discovering Principles for a Just Society

October 6

PERSONAL DISCOVERY:
Learning Your Core Motivations
Uncovering Self-Limiting Beliefs

November 3

FIND YOUR WHY:
Formulating Value Statements
What Do You Live For?

Semester 2

January 5

ENTREPRENEURIAL MINDSET:
Innovation as Create-tivity
Anticipating the Employer's Needs

February 2

NETWORKING AS RELATIONSHIP BUILDING:
What Can I Give, Not What Can I Get
Thinking Long Term

March 2

YOUR DREAMS NEED FUNDING:
Defining Your Financial Values
How to Build Resources

April 6

PROFESSIONAL COMPASS:
The One-Year Professional Plan
to Connect Ideals and Strategies

May 4

GPS PRESENTATIONS:
Real Advice from Executives
about Your Professional Plan

Sessions take place on the first Tuesday of each month from 7 to 9pm. Attendance can be in-person or via Zoom.

There will be an all-day workshop and cookout on Saturday, August 29. The event includes a thorough orientation to key principles and in-depth exercises on the purpose of your work. It is an excellent opportunity to meet your fellow Associates and our coaches.

Thanks to the generous support of the Busch School of Business, the evening seminars are held at:

Maloney Hall, Seminar Room 301
The Catholic University of America
620 Michigan Ave., N.E.
Washington, DC  20064

4 Instructors

Laurance Alvarado

Entrepreneur | Professor | Investor

About Laurance

Ana Yrausquin

Certified Life Coach and Resident Counselor

About Ana

Eddy Moss

CEO of DC Accelerator

Financial Advisor at Merrill Lynch

About Eddy

Bill Dardis

Teacher, The Heights School

About Bill

The Accelerator program provided me with the tools to create a concrete outline for all of my life goals– not just professional, but also spiritual, physical, and relational. Coupling that with the accountability and counsel of a personal mentor gave me the kickstart I needed to start achieving them.

- John Paul Ryan

John Paul Ryan, Research Coordinator, Georgetown University Department of Neuroscience