Career Services

Workshops

 

Spring 2014 Workshop Schedule

Targeted Resume Writing

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February 12, Wednesday
April 8, Tuesday

2pm-3pm
278 MSC, Career Services

The  resume is an important job-hunting tool; its purpose is market yourself to potential employers. Learn how to write a job specific resume.


Interviewing Skills

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February 18, Tuesday
April 16, Wednesday

2pm-3pm
278 MSC, Career Services

Want to know more about interviewing and how to improve your skills?  Join us to learn interviewing techniques to achieve a successful interview.


Benchmarking Salaries Workshop

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February 27, Thursday

2pm-3pm
278 MSC, Career Services

How do you determine an appropriate salary level for your field and level of experience?  Examine salary data resources and review other areas to consider when evaluating offers in this workshop.

 
LinkedIn & Beyond

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March 11, Tuesday

2pm-3pm
278 MSC, Career Services

What is it, how does it work, and do I need it?
Have you heard of LinkedIn, but aren’t sure what it is, why it exists, and how you can use it?  Join us for a discussion of the basics of this professional social networking tool.

Majors, Careers and Job Search Oh My!

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March 19, Wednesday

2pm-3pm
278 MSC, Career Services

The process of choosing a career path and pursing a degree can be a source of anxiety for many. Combine this with uncertainty regarding the job search process and it is easy to feel overwhelmed. Calm your nerves by joining us for this workshop to discuss misconceptions, strategies, and resources to assist you in the career decision making process and job search. 


Education Job Fair Prep


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April 1, Tuesday

4pm-5pm
278 MSC, Career Services

Insights into how to prepare for the Education Job Fair and what to expect. 


Social Schmocial: Social Awkwardness, Social Values and You

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April 21, Monday

2pm-3pm
278 MSC, Career Services

So you want to be authentic? And you want to be professional? Having a higher purpose would be nice, too, right? How can you combine those efforts when communicating with others about your values, goals, and ideas when talking to people can be so hard? In this workshop, explore ways to address social awkwardness, social calibration, and social justice in your career development.