Career Center offers two new seminar topics in October
The Career Development Center offers a variety of seminars to help students find and get the job or internship that best suits their needs.
Here are two new seminars that have been added to the list:
- "ENetworking: Beyond Facebook" – noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 9, in Room 355, Murray-Herrick Campus Center
Get inside tips on ENetworking for a successful job or internship search. ENetworking can put you in touch with more people, to help you find contacts and information related to your career needs. Countless surveys have confirmed that networking is one of the most powerful tools for finding a new or better job. Discover ways to use the Internet to build your network.
- "Conducting Industry and Organizational Research" – 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 10, in Room 208, O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center
The Career Center is co-sponsoring this seminar in partnership with staff from the library for students to learn techniques to research possible employers and gain valuable information prior to interviews. Knowing how to research companies and organizations is crucial to a successful job-search campaign. Employers consider this a critical factor in the evaluation of the applicant's interest and enthusiasm. Learn how to locate possible companies for internships or employment, the best resources to use and what type of information to gather.
Register to attend these seminars on the Career Development Center Web page.