Events

Career Services - SPRING 2017 Events

Employer Resume Reviews – Help students strengthen their resumes by providing critical feedback on structure, content and design in 15-20 minute appointments.

Date: Wednesday, February 8

Time: 2-4pm

Location: Center for Environmental and Life Sciences, room 110


“Prepare for the Fair” – A series of events aimed to prepare students and alumni for the career fair later in the semester. Your time here can consist of resume/cover letter critiques, mock interviews, casual networking and/or sharing company information.

Date: Wednesday, February 15

Time: All day (you can choose how long you’d like to attend)

Location: Student Center Ballrooms


“Arts, Communication, and Entertainment Career Fair” – An industry-cluster career fair for students of all academic backgrounds to network with and market themselves to organizations in these specific fields. A great opportunity to promote available and anticipated internships, part-time and full-time opportunities.

Date: Wednesday, March 22

Time: 3-5pm

Location: Student Center Ballrooms

Registration: Visit this webpage and click on "Participant Registration": http://montclair-csm.symplicity.com/events/ace2017


“Speed Mock Interviews” – Help prepare students for the pressures of interviewing through “speed rounds” of practice interviews. We often learn a lot about others in those first few moments upon meeting them for the first time. This event will allow you to offer critical feedback to students that will help them ace their next interviews!

Date: Friday, April 21

Time: 2-4pm

Location: Center for Environmental and Life Sciences, room 110


Company Information Sessions – An opportunity for a company to reserve space on campus and speak to what their organization does; types of candidates they look for; employment opportunities they may have available; and network with students, faculty and staff. Student RSVP is required. We will reserve the space for you.


Meet & Greets – Small and informal events that allow companies to station tables on a heavily trafficked area of campus and speak with interested and curious students about what they do and positions they’re recruiting for. Great opportunity to gauge student interest and start building relationships with potential candidates.