It’s been a week of glorious sunshine and warm temperatures – make sure you soak it up today and tomorrow, because the clouds are scheduled to make a comeback by the end of the weekend 😦
You’ve made it to another Friday, which means its time for your weekly preview of the workshops and events the Career Center has planned for next week. Here’s a selection of what they have to offer:
Monday, 13 May 2019
- Job Search Workshop, 3:30pm-4:00pm. You can’t get a great job unless you can find a great job – and this workshop will help you think about techniques for efficient job searches.
Tuesday, 14 May 2019
- How to Rock an Interview – Small Group Coaching, 3:30pm-4:15pm, Savery 305. Interviews are you chance to showcase your potential, but they can be really awkward and uncomfortable. Join Caitlin Goldbaum and other A&S students for a discussion about how to prepare for an interview and what kinds of questions (and answers) you should expect.
Wednesday, 15 May 2019
- How to Make the Most out of Your Summer, 2:30pm-3:00pm, Online. Summer can be a great time to relax and recharge, but you can also learn skills and develop connections that will make a big difference in your career planning. Join this online workshop to discover how to make the most out of your summer break.
- Finding Work that You Love – Small Group Coaching, 3:30pm-4:15pm, Art Building 120. When you do work that you love, your career becomes an opportunity, rather than an obligation. Join Caitlin Goldbaum and other A&S students to talk about how to figure out what kind of work motivates you, and how to find the job that lets you do that work!
Thursday, 16 May 2019
- U.S. Job Search for International Students, 2:30pm-3:00pm. This workshop is designed for international students who intend to find work (temporarily or permanently) in the U.S., and will cover strategies to make that search efficient.
- Translating Your Strengths in the Social Sciences – Small Group Coaching, 3:30pm-4:15pm, Savery 409. As SOC majors, you develop a deep understanding about the nature of the social world and the institutions and forces that structure daily life. Join Caitlin Goldbaum and other A&S students to think about how to translate those skills into strengths as a job candidate.
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.