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Transform Your Virtual Workshops & Design Engaging Learning Experiences

  • August 20, 2020
  • 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Virtual workshop
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TRANSFORM YOUR VIRTUAL WORKSHOPS & DESIGN ENGAGING LEARNING EXPERIENCES

Thursday, August 20th, 9:30-11:00am

Via Zoom

Level up your virtual facilitation skills by joining Julie Neill, MCDA President and Katie Scheuer, Learning Experience Lead at Workplaceless, for an online crash course where you'll not only learn how to design engaging, interactive virtual workshops, but you’ll also experience one firsthand yourself. We'll share best practices, including a recently launched initiative that won rave reviews, and how to leverage innovative technology tools in order to transform your next virtual training.  

We’ll cover the following:

  • How to design and structure a virtual workshop to ensure participants stay engaged 

  • How to fully leverage all the functionalities of Zoom, including best practices on breakout sessions, as well as other interactive technology tools

  • How to incorporate pre- and post- work to better customize your session based on participants’ needs, maximize your in-session time and extend the learning

We’ll also carve out time during the session to begin designing (or re-designing) an upcoming workshop or training of your own so you can immediately put into practice what you learn.


A person standing in front of a forest Description automatically generatedJulie Neill is an award-winning career development professional, leadership coach and facilitator with a diverse background including 20 years of experience working in higher education, government and the nonprofit sector both in the US and internationally.

Julie currently coaches MBA students and alumni at the University of Maryland's Smith School of Business. She has also worked in career services at Johns Hopkins University SAIS, American University and Gettysburg College.  Her work has been recognized by NACE for innovation in career services, and she is a past Fulbright recipient. 

Prior to working in higher ed, Julie started her career working for the world’s largest humanitarian organization, the Red Cross, first in London on international humanitarian law issues, and later in New York City where she worked on the 9/11 Recovery Program. Julie graduated from Barnard College, Columbia University and earned a master’s degree from the University of London's School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS).  She is also a graduate of Georgetown University’s leadership coaching program and is currently the President of the Maryland Career Development Association.


A close up of a person Description automatically generatedKatie D. Scheuer is a learning designer, career coach, and instructor. After 10 years of coaching undergraduates and graduate students, Katie joined Workplaceless, a 100% distributed remote training company. As the Learning Experience Lead she trains companies, leaders and teams on sustainable remote work best practices.

Katie also teaches career management courses at Drexel University and Temple University. She earned an MSEd in Higher Education from Penn, and dual BS degrees from Penn State. She is currently based in Vienna, VA.

Early registration is STRONGLY encouraged.  We will be sending out a pre-workshop survey as well as pre-work in advance to maximize use of our in-session time.

Prior to 8/11:

Member - $40

Non-Member - $60

Student/Retired MCDA Member - $20

On 8/11 or after:

Member - $60

Non-Member - $80

Student/Retired MCDA Member - $30

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