Strengths Week: List of Activities


Find your strengths during the University of Baltimore’s annual Strengths Week!

StrengthsQuest™ is an online assessment tool that helps identify five of your natural talents. By focusing on areas of strength rather than weakness, you can work to enhance your knowledge and skills both inside and outside of the classroom.

Find out more or get a free StrengthsQuest access code at or call 410.837.5419.

For a list of Strengths Week activities, go to:

Here are a list of events and activities for the week:

Strengths Videos

Post a short video (up to 30 seconds) on the StrengthsQuest™ Facebook page ( that demonstrates one or more of your talent themes.

Strengths Selfies


Get creative and post a photo of yourself showing off your strengths to our Facebook wall (

Wear Your Strengths

Mon., Feb. 23: 12pm- 2pm and 4pm- 6pm: Student Center Lobby 

Tues. Feb. 24- Wed. Feb. 25: 12pm- 2pm, Student Center Lobby

Thurs. Feb. 26: 12pm- 2pm, Academic Center Lobby

Learn more about StrengthsQuest™, and receive a free, personalized code so you can take the StrengthsQuest™ assessment. Once you have your assessment you can pick up a free StrengthsQuest™ T-shirt and circle your top five themes on the back.

StrengthsQuest™ 101

Tues. Feb. 24


BC room 143

Find out what your top five talent themes mean at this introductory session.

Selling your Strengths

Wed. Feb. 25

3:45-5 p.m.

SC room 301

Learn how to impress and influence prospective employers by marketing your top five Strength Themes. In this workshop we will look at ways to advertise your strengths on resumes and during interviews. Attendees should complete Strengths Quest prior to attending this session.

Leading with Strength

Thurs., Feb. 26

4-5:15 p.m.

UB Student Center second floor café

During this workshop, you’ll find out how to use your strengths to transform your approach to leadership and work more effectively as part of a team.

Contact Name:
Tiana Spruill
Contact Email:
Contact Phone:

Appropriate accommodations for individuals with disabilities will be provided upon request 10 days prior to a campus event and 30 days prior to an event requiring travel.

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