Emergency Management / Business Continuity Students Work Space - PTSC-Online
Partnerships Toward Safer Communities - Online recognizes the value of emergency management / business continuity related education and training, as important factors for developing and maintaining effective EM & BC programs. The students space has been created in cooperation with student group representatives to encourage and support students, worldwide, who are pursuing emergency management education and training.
The students work space is available to all students pursuing full or part time emergency management / business continuity related training. Details on using this section are provided in the Guidelines.
This section highlights the most recent articles posted to the blogs in the student work space.
I came across an article about how to become influential on line thanks to Fondalo on Twitter. I thought it related to some discussion we recently had about emergency management students participation in PTSC-Online and their on line activity in general. I included some excerpts from Miriam Solberg's article below and made some notes within the article regarding PTSC-Online participation. Please click on the title of the article below to read the full article. Your on line presence may help or hurt your chances of employment.
Before social media became so prevalent, a person could keep his online and offline lives separate. But not any more. Today what you do on your social networks-the kind of content you dish out, the type of people who respond to it-spills out into your offline life. Because you know this, you try to…
The concept of a mentor program to assist folks who are pursuing emergency and continuity management careers is being considered by PTSC-Online.
A mentoring space has been set up in PTSC-Online for the purpose of discussing how our PTSC-Online community could help support a mentor program for emergency management and business continuity professionals. If you have interest in this program please comment on this article or contact Alexandra Lawless or Bill MacKay.