Good morning, SOC majors! Hopefully, you’re enjoying the turn to pleasant weather and have been able to soak up some of the sunny weather that’s starting to make more regular appearances.
As you start looking ahead to next week, here is your weekly preview of events and workshops hosted by the Career Center:
Monday, 29 April
- U.S. Job Search for International Students, 12:30-1:00pm. This workshop is specifically designed for international students who are interested in finding employment in the U.S. and who would like some guidance about the U.S. job search process.
- Resume Workshop, 2:30pm-3:00pm. Whether you’ve never written a resume or you have one that needs some improvement, join this workshop and learn how to craft the best resume to convey your strengths as a job applicant.
Tuesday, 30 April
- Interviewing Lab, 2:30pm-3:20pm. Once you’ve landed the interview for that job you want, how do you succeed in the actual interview? This interactive workshop will help you learn how to discuss your experiences and will cover some common questions you can expect during professional interviews.
Wednesday, 01 May
- Networking for People Who Hate to Network – Small Group Coaching, 3:30pm-4:15pm, Gowen M218. This small-group coaching session, led by Caitlin Goldbaum, will give you a chance to discuss and collaborate about how to network, particularly if networking is something you’re not comfortable doing.
Thursday, 02 May
- How to Make the Most of Your Summer, 3:30pm-4pm. Summer used to be a time to relax and play, but if you want to set yourself up for a great career, it can also be a time to seek experiences that help you grow – and make you a more attractive job candidate. Join this workshop to better understand how to make the most out of your summer!
- How to Talk About Yourself – Small Group Coaching, 3:30pm-4:15pm, Padelford B-11. Being on the job market is all about communicating who you are and demonstrating how you can contribute in a professional environment. This small-group coaching session, led by Caitlin Goldbaum, will help you think about how to talk about yourself to express why you’re the best choice for the job.
Friday, 03 May
- Job Search Workshop – Online, 2:30pm-3pm, Online. Before you can draft your application materials or make your case as a job candidate, you have to find the right job first! This online workshop will walk you through strategies and tools to plan and execute a successful – and efficient – job search.
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.