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Next Start October 24
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Science and Techonology Center
November 3 @ 10 a.m.
In today's knowledge-based economy, Lasell College puts careers in motion. We aim to provide the skills you need, the connections you're looking for, and the experience that the world demands-to prepare you for the career you want.
In Lasell's graduate programs, students connect what they learn in the classroom with what's needed for the job they want. Lasell has an innovative yet practical curriculum built for real-world success. The distinguished faculty are as much experts in their chosen fields as they are constant students-relentlessly pursuing knowledge and skills to stay on the leading edge.
Lasell's graduate programs are flexible and convenient, so students pursue an advanced degree that fits into their personal and professional lives. We ensure that academic advising, internship assistance, networking events, and library resources are all available online when students need them.
Nick Abruzzi has worked in the Parks and Recreation Department in Waltham, Massachusetts for 20 years, and currently serves as its Director. Throughout his career, he has found the following five skills the most important in serving his city's population.
1. Interpersonal Communications
Though digital media has provided a number of great tools for multitasking, Abruzzi notes that confidence in having face-to-face interactions is a must. "You need to be able to work with and sell to a lot of different audiences," he says. In his classes at Lasell, Abruzzi structures assignments to reflect the nature of the work, so the majority of in-class time is spent working together and problem-solving through conversation. "It helps if you are interested in interacting with a variety of personalities," he says.