Balance your studies with related experience! If you are considering a Co-op, this 45 minute presentation will inform you on how to get the process started. Select a date below to register!
Mallory Hall, Suite 116 Conference Room
Thursday, October 1st 12pm-1pm
Thursday, October 29th 12pm-1pm
Tuesday, November 3rd 12pm-1pm
Thursday, November 5th 4pm-5pm
Wednesday, November 11th 12pm-1pm
Monday, December 7th 12pm-1pm
Resume Writing Workshop
Increase your understanding of how your resume is used in the job search and make sure it targets your career goal. Learn how to compose a resume that reflects your greatest strengths and talents. Explore formats that say, "Interview me for the position!" Don’t forget to bring your resume.
Wednesday, September 30th 3pm-4pm
Wednesday, October 14th 12pm-1pm
Tuesday, November 10th 12pm-1pm
Thursday, December 3rd 5pm-6pm
Monday, March 14
Internship and Job Search
This workshop will answer your questions about how to start the process of looking and finding part-time or full-time jobs and internships. It will provide specific steps on how to decide what to look for, where and when to search, and who to talk with. You will leave with resources to begin your research and the job search process.
Thursday, October 8th from 5pm-6pm
Back by popular demand! Meet representatives from Lab Support and learn about what Human Resource Managers look for in the science resume. You will also learn about what makes candidates stand out in the interview process. This presentation will include an overview of Lab Support. Refreshments will be served. Reservations are required.
Thursday, October 15th from 3pm-4pm
Writing Cover Letters
Tuesday, October 27th from 12pm-1pm
Are you LinkedIn or Left Out
You will leave this presentation knowing the tools and tricks to create an online presence for employers, professional networks and more!
Wednesday, November 4th from 3pm-4pm
Thinking about a career as a college professor?
If you have ever considered a career as a college professor, then this workshop is for you. Eric Cameron, Assistant Professor at Passaic Community College and author for Pearson Education, will discuss career opportunities as a faculty member while discussing the differences between employment at 4-year and 2-year colleges and universities.
Monday, November 9th from 3pm-4pm
Internship and Job Search
Thursday, November 19th from 5pm-6pm
Making the Most of a Career Fair
A workshop to help know what to expect at career fairs. Topics include: how to plan a strategy for most effective and efficient use of time at a fair; the introduction - making the first impression a good one; statistics on number of interviews and jobs offered at career fairs; follow-up after the fair.