CSUSB Staff Development Center now open

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Cal State San Bernardino’s new Staff Development Center, created to promote and encourage opportunities for professional and personal growth for university staff, is now open.

The center, which formally opened with a ribbon-cutting event on Sept. 12 in the John M. Pfau Library, provides services that include training and development workshops, career track series, resume reviews and mock interviews.

The center’s creation came as a result of the 2015-2020 university’s Strategic Plan, Goal No. 2 on faculty and staff success.

“I am thrilled to see how much progress we’ve made in a short amount of time,” said Rowena Woidyla, director of the center. “We are one of the few CSU campuses to have our own center dedicated to staff development, and this could not happen without support from our leadership and campus community.”

In February and March, the 12-member Staff Development Center Implementation and Advisory Committee held six forums at the San Bernardino campus and Palm Desert Campus. About 125 CSUSB employees attended the forums, which focused on the creation and implementation of the Staff Development Center and training plan.

The staff also held an online survey for employees who wanted to give their input, but were unable to attend the forums.

For more information on the Staff Development Center, email staffdevelopment@csusb.edu or call (909) 537-3125.

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