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Grow with Google: Make Better Business Decisions with Analytics

What: Learn best practices and analyze trends about how customers engage with your business online, then turn these insights into well-informed, actionable decisions.

In this session we’ll cover:

  • An introduction to Google Analytics
  • Creating and understanding reports
  • Making goals
  • Using Analytics with other Google tools

Instructor:  Meghan McFall
When: Monday, February 14, 2022 | 9 AM – 10 AM
Where: Virtual & Live at USU SPARC, 238 N 100 E Blanding, UT 84511


Remote Job Spotlight

What: Learn about remote work opportunities directly from representatives from KLAS Research, Builder's First Source, and other open remote jobs with ROI partners.

When: Wed, Feb 23 at 12:00 PM MT

Where: Online


The Remote Work Review

What: This is an event we will do twice annually as a review as well as a reunion in place of our monthly Professional Development Meeting. This meeting will be highly interactive where we will take questions from our attendees and discuss them as well as other discussions and activities to reconnect with our students and partners. We will also celebrate successes!

When: Wed, March 2 at 12:00 PM MT

Where: Online


Building Excellence in Remote Teams

What: At the 2022 Remote Teams Summit, you will have the opportunity to network with other professionals who are also managing distributed teams. You’ll hear from experts about topics like:

  • How to build practices of excellence in your distributed team.
  • Effective techniques for team collaboration and inspiring remote employees.
  • The latest tools for performance management and virtual communication, both synchronous and asynchronous.

The irony of organizing an in-person conference for people who work remotely is not lost on us. However, being remote doesn’t mean you never meet your team or peers in-person. Gathering together with purpose, on purpose with people in similar situations can be both eye-opening and liberating.

When: Wed, May 4, 2022 | 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM MDT

Where: Utah Valley Convention Center, 220 West Center Street 
Provo, UT 84601


Relaunching Your Career: Tools & Strategies for Women Returning to Work

What: Many Utah women take career breaks for various reasons, including raising children, assisting with elder care, and managing other responsibilities. Eventually, many women want to relaunch their careers, whether it is full-time, part-time, or even contract work. Yet, relaunching is intimidating for so many women. Often, we feel that we are not prepared for professional work after being at home and outdated in terms of skills, competencies, and professional networks. Don’t lose hope because you are more prepared than you think! This engaging panel of experts and relaunchers will provide experiences, insights, tools, tips, and strategies for women returning to the workforce—whether you are thinking about it or already have a “job” but want a “career.” Join us as we discuss how to be successful in relaunching your career!

When: Thu, February 10, 2022 | 12:00 PM – 1:15 PM MDT

Where: Online event


Check out these job hybrid/remote opportunities from local newspaper, Discover, State of Utah, and the University of Utah.


Every business should be asking these questions when interviewing for remote jobs

How can businesses conduct the best and most insightful interviews to ensure candidates are comfortable with remote working? How can you make sure that you are happy and that the candidate is the perfect fit for the remote job? 

As a hiring manager or recruiter, you will not be physically present to assess the applicant, and you might not ever physically work with them. Therefore, it is crucial to take the time to really get to know your future candidates in a virtual setting. Learn how in this article.


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