The cherry blossom have fallen and the rain is settling in – that must mean it’s the end of Week 2 of Spring Quarter!
As usual, here’s your preview of the events the Career and Internship Center has on next week’s schedule:
Monday, 15 April 2019
- Translating Your Strengths in the Social Sciences – Small Group Coaching, 3:30pm-4:15pm, Smith 203E. This small group coaching session, hosted by Caitlin Goldbaum, is a perfect opportunity to students to practice how to talk about your strengths to highlight your value as a job candidate.
- Is Law School Right for Me?, 1:30pm-2pm, Online. Considering law school but not sure whether it’s the right choice for you? Join this online workshop to help you consider the costs and benefits of a legal education.
- Resume Workshop, 3:30pm-4pm, Online. Resumes are a crucial part of any job application, so this online workshop will help you make sure your resume is the best it can be!
Tuesday, 16 April 2019
- How to Talk with a Recruiter – Employer Led Workshop, 12:30pm-1:30pm. This workshop, led by members of the Expedia team, will help you learn how to create the write first impression with recruiters, and how to keep the line of communication to that recruiter open.
- Prepare for the Spring Career Fair, 11am-4pm. These special drop-in hours at the Career Center have been set aside explicitly to help students prepare for the Spring Career Fair (which is on Thursday!). Got questions? They’ve got answers! First-come, first-serve – so plan ahead!
Wednesday, 17 April 2019
- How to Talk About Yourself – Small Group Coaching, 3:30pm-4:15pm, Art 120. This small group session, another one next week hosted by Caitlin Goldbaum, will help you cover tips and best practices for talking about yourself to potential employers.
Thursday, 18 April 2019
- Spring Job and Internship Fair, 1pm-5pm, HUB Ballrooms. IT’S FINALLY HERE! The annual Spring Job and Internship Fair will be held on Thursday – over 100 employers, looking for everything from interns to part-time to full-time employment. This is an extraordinary opportunity to make a great impression, in-person, on some very attractive employers, so don’t miss it!
Make sure you register in advance for these events and workshops – in many cases, space is limited! And, as always, unless otherwise noted, all workshops and information sessions take place in 134 Mary Gates Hall. If you need or want any other information about the Career and Internship Center, please visit their website.