Three PDC instructors (and past students!) share their reasons for pursuing a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and the impact it has made on their lives.
For veteran public servant Chris Workman, learning from peers across different agencies was at the heart of the CPM experience.
On March 16, 2023, the Washington Certified Public Manager® program presented Jessica Griess with the Askew Award for exceptional Capstone Project from the 2021-22 cohort.
Like most resources we need in a pinch, LinkedIn works best when checked and minded regularly. In this article, you'll learn four ways to keep your profile clean, up to date, and ready when you need it.
When was the last time you reviewed your resume? For most people, a resume is something that gets dusted off when they are considering looking for a new job, but experts say that you should be revising your resume at least every six months
UW Tacoma Professional Development Center student Wendy Jackson shares her story of making her Nonprofit Management Certificate count for children in Honduras.
UW Tacoma Professional Development Center is excited to announce the three winners of our first-ever scholarship for emerging HR professionals.
Former PDC student Laurie Miller shares how obtaining a professional certificate from UW Tacoma nearly a decade ago helped her grow her career and remain up to date with her skills while working full-time.
Project management skills are actually universally applicable on the job and at home – being a good project manager also makes you a more effective person in life. It gives you practical skills to accomplish more and reach new heights personally and professionally.
“To make a (career) change at the age of 50 and to move away from a career that I am good at is the stuff of craziness. But when I really sat down and really thought about why would I stay ... they were safe, they were comfortable, but they didn’t support my own growth.”