Calendar of Events
All dates, events, and locations are subject to change.
Note: Senior level workshops are for students graduating December 2022 or May 2023.
- Career Services office – Boreham Library, Room 212
The session provides information and templates for students to develop their first resume. This resume will generally be used to apply for internships and part-time positions.
The session provides information on how to prepare for an interview, how to dress for an interview, interview question preparation, what questions to ask an interviewer, and other tips on interview skills.
This session is designed to assist students in the skills required to participate effectively in telephone interviews. The session provides information on how to prepare for the interview, how the telephone interview is different from a face-to-face interview, and tips on how to showcase your skills in a telephone interview.
This session introduces the students to the Student Professional Development program. The session provides an overview of the certificate requirements, information on the Distinction Certificate Level, session overview, and other general program information.
This is a senior-level resume writing class. The session is a follow-up session to the Basic Resume Writing class. This session provides information on how to revise a resume from a "Job Duties" based resume that was developed in the Basic Resume Writing session to a "Skills and Accomplishments" based resume. This session provides templates for the students to use. This will be the resume students will use generally when seeking a full-time position. Pre-requisite: Students must have completed the Basic Resume Writing Workshop or already have an approved resume in CareerLink.
This session is designed to assist students in setting their goals, clarify the actions needed to achieve these goals, and commit to participating in the planned activities.
This session provides the opportunity for students to participate in a mock interview with a local human resources professional. The student is provided a job description and the organization name so they can do pre-interview research. The human resources professional "interviews' the student and then provides constructive feedback at the end of the "interview". The feedback includes how the student answered the questions, how they were dressed, and their non-verbal skills. Pre-requisite: Interview Skills Workshop
This session is designed to assist students in learning how to network with employers effectively. The session includes information on how to write an introduction that can be used at career fairs and other networking events. Students are required to successfully demonstrate their introduction during the class.
This session is designed to assist students in their job search strategy. The sessions include where to look for jobs, how to apply for jobs, how to research jobs, how to effectively utilize the internet in the job search, how to network, and resume tips.