Upcoming Virtual Workshops

UPCOMING VIRTUAL CAREER WORKSHOPS

By Stuart Esrock, Ph.D.

The University Career Center is adding two more virtual workshops to its “Moving Forward in Uncertain Times” series to assist students with a variety of aspects of their career development amidst the coronavirus crisis. These sessions include:

Interview like a S.T.A.R. - July 8th at 12:00 Noon: Learn about the elements of successful interviews. We will discuss various types of interviews and share tips on how to answer three questions that you will be asked in your next interview.  Participants will learn how to craft an effective elevator pitch, utilize the S.T.A.R. technique to answer behavioral interview questions, and how to follow-up after the interview. Click this link to join the event. 

Are Micro-Internships Right for You? - July 21st at 12:00 Noon: Join the University Career Center in a virtual workshop to learn about micro-internships. During this workshop, students will be introduced to Parker Dewey, a micro-internship hosting program. Participants will take a virtual tour to walk through the platform from setting up an account to applying for projects. The workshop will finish with some tips and tricks to increase one’s success in landing a micro-internship. Students may register to attend via Handshake at this link. 

And to see recordings of previous virtual workshops on topics like finding a job during the COVID-19 outbreak, virtual interviewing and more, go to our virtual workshops page.