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Upcoming Professional Development Opportunities

Effective Job Search Strategies
Thursday, March 30, 4-5pm
Shaw 214
Looking for an internship, job, or next career step but not sure how to start your search? This workshop explores various tips, tactics, and strategies you can use to help focus and refine your employment search efforts.

Intro to Career Services
Tuesday, April 4, 4-4:30pm
Do you know all the things that Career Services can offer you to support your academic and career development? This workshop is an overview of all the things we can provide to you.

Crafting Effective Cover Letters
Tuesday, April 11, 4-5pm
Learn important rules and guidelines, along with additonal tips on how to create a strong and effective cover letter.

Dress for Success
Wednesday, April 12, time TBD
SURC 137

What Employers Want
Wednesday, April 12, 4-5pm
Samuelson 128
Identify what you can offer employers, create a personal introduction, and learn how to work a career fair.

Resume Building 101
Thursday, April 13, 4-5pm
Shaw 214
Learn the basics of resume-writing.

Behavioral-Based Interviewing
Tuesday, April 18, 4-5pm
What is Behavioral Interviewing and how do I prepare for it? This workshop is designed to help you understand how to be ready for this style of interviewing.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Virtual Career Event
Wednesday, April 19, 3:30-5pm
You can look forward to an informative session filled with insight and discussion about FBI career paths, to include our employment requirements and the hiring process. During this event we will be highlighting some of the myriad of positions within the FBI to include; Special Agent, Intelligence Analyst, Forensic Accountant, Foreign Language Linguists, as well as entry level administrative roles and Internship opportunities. We look forward to sharing information about the diverse career opportunities that serve our critical FBI mission!

Spring Career, Internship, & Grad School Fair
Thursday, April 20, 10am-2pm
SURC Ballroom
The Spring Career, Internship, & Grad School Fair is an annual recruitment event for ALL majors. Attendees will meet with recruiters to find out about job, internship, and grad school opportunities.
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Resumes for Results
Tuesday, April 25, 4-5pm
A good resume is more than a lot of information thrown onto a piece of paper. Find out about how to format a resume and what to include to make it work for you.

Articulating Your Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities to Potential Employers
Tuesday, May 2, 4-5pm
Learn how to write strong bulleted descriptive statements that will make you stand out from other applicants for even the most competitive positions.

Plotting Your Career
Tuesday, May 9, 4-5pm
Trying to decide on a major or a career path to follow? Learn strategies to help you explore and make a decision.

What Employers Want
Wednesday, May 10, 4-5pm
Samuelson 128
Identify what you can offer employers, create a personal introduction, and learn how to work a career fair.

Tips for Virtual Interviewing
Tuesday, May 16, 4-5pm
Many interviews are occurring online currently and this workshop will provide tips and strategies on how to adjust to interviewing online. Examples are: preparing your interview environment, tech tips, and a couple of advantages to online interviewing.

Building Career Connections through Informational Interviewing
Tuesday, May 23, 4-5pm
According to a recent study of the National Association of Colleges & Employers, more than nine out of 10 students who had internships during college engaged in networking with business professionals via informational interviews. Find out how you, too, can practice this valuable networking activity.

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