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Online Presentations Now Available!

Online Presentations Now Available!

The Office of First Year Engagement & Professional Development is excited to share that we now h… ...
Katie Ramirez 3 years ago
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The Office of Career Services & Professional Development is committed to empowering and educating students and alumni on career development topics.  As faculty members, we recognize your vital role in this process and are here to support your efforts.  Below are a number of resources available to you:

Career Spots Videos

Career Spots videos showcase a variety of short videos (under 5 minutes) regarding various career topics.  These videos can be used to supplement course material or demonstrate key points relevant to your students. Career Spots videos are accessible from any computer with Internet access.

Career Spots

  • Finding a Co-Op/Internship Career Spots
  • Make Your Resume POP Career Spots
  • The Cover Letter Career Spots
  • Career Fair Success Career Spots
  • Top 10 Interview Mistakes Career Spots
  • Interview Dress for Men Career Spots
  • Interview Dress for Women Career Spots
  • The Interview Career Spots
  • Importance of Networking Career Spots
  • The Elevator Pitch Career Spots
  • Informational Interviews Career Spots
  • Researching Companies Career Spots
  • Ask the Experts Career Spots
  • Follow Up with the Employer Career Spots
  • The Salary Question Career Spots
  • The Art of Saying Thank You Career Spots
  • The Perils of Social Networking Career Spots

Classroom Presentations

Presentations are now scheduled before each semester begins.  Click here to view the upcoming Events you are welcome to bring your class(es) to.  Additionally, the Office of Career Services & Professional Development has recently made a number of presentations available online with full audio to meet the increasing demand for these basic presentations.  Click below to access these presentations.  Other topics may be requested via the Request Forms page


 

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