Career Visioning Workshop
This workshop is designed for students who are seeking clarity on what career path(s) to pursue. You will be required to complete a CareerLeader assessment before attending the session. CareerLeader is a fully integrated approach to business career self assessment built on the premise that your interests, motivators and skills will drive your future career success and satisfaction.
Career Fundamentals Workshop
This is the core seminar for all graduate business students and it is required for full-time students entering in Fall 2013. This seminar touches on the key aspects of a career development plan: understanding the current job market; researching industries and companies; networking and informational interviewing; differentiating yourself through internships, associations, class projects, etc; building a strong resume and cover letter; and managing an online presence.
In this workshop, you will learn the skills you need to sell yourself in an interview: utilizing resources and connections to locate job opportunities; preparing for phone, one-on-one, and panel interviews; and following up after an interview.
Career Panels & Roundtables
Career panels are some of the most useful and therefore well attended career management events. At these panels, you meet professionals who work in various fields and you will have the opportunity to ask questions to panelists to learn more about careers and industry trends. There will be time for one-on-one discussions following the panel. Past topics have included: Consulting, International Business, Marketing, and more. Many of these panels are recorded so students who are unable to attend can watch online at their own convenience.
Career Changer Panel
If you have already worked several years in a career and are struggling with how to transition to a new career, then you will find this event helpful. We know the unique challenges you face due to the time you have already invested into your current career. There will be a panel discussion with alumni who have successfully transitioned to a new career so you will hear firsthand how they did it. This is an ideal event for part-time and online students, as well as full-time students with significant work experience.
There are other opportunities to interact with Career Management Resources team and outside presenters on topics such as the mentor program, social media, salary negotiation and more.