Bay College faculty obtain training certification

Bay College in Escanaba recently sent two of their employees through Start Smart Facilitator Training through the WAGE Project, a partner of the AAUW.

Both Annette Johnson and Molly Campbell are now trained to run Start Smart training programs, which are interactive workshops designed to give college women the confidence and the skills they need to negotiate fair compensation.

"The workshop was conducted here on campus last semester, and we also plan to conduct it again this spring,” states Campbell, a professor in the social and behavioral sciences division at the college.

The workshop is part of Campbell’s LEAD 200: Introduction to Leadership class and is open to currently enrolled Bay College students at no cost--but students must pre-register to participate. It is a three-hour workshop. Both male and female students are strongly encouraged to attend.

The workshop is very interactive and includes role playing. The maximum number of registrants for workshop is 30, so students should register soon.

For more information, please contact Campbell via email.

Writer: Sam Eggleston
Source: Molly Campbell, Bay College
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