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Friday

January 22

January 23

How To Start Your Resume 3-4 p.m. BUR 124

5 Things To Do Before Job Fair 4-5 p.m. BUR 124

January 24

Online Applications and Your Resume 3-4 p.m. BUR 124

5 Things To Do Before Job Fair 4-5 p.m. BUR 124

January 25

Making The Most Of Your Internship 3-4 p.m. BUR 124

January 26

January 29

January 30

Interviewing Tips             4-5 p.m. BUR 124

January 31

First Step, Resume Prep 2-5 p.m. Wycoff Room, CDL

February 1

How To Find An Internship 3-4 p.m. BUR 124

February 2

February 5

February 6

Online Applications and Your Resume     3-4 p.m. BUR 124

Getting The Most Out Of The Job Fair 4-5 p.m. BUR 124

February 7

How to Start your Resume 3-4 p.m. BUR 124

Interviewing Tips 4-5 p.m. BUR 124

February 8

Careers in Public Service Panel

 5-6 p.m. Caterpillar Global Communications Center - 104

Coffee With Engineering Professionals 5-7 p.m. MSC Ballroom

February 9

Feedback Friday: Resume Critique Day 12-4 p.m. MSC Ballroom

February 12

Job Fair ER 5-7 p.m., Wycoff Room, CDL

February 13

Job Fair ER 5-7 p.m., Wycoff Room, CDL

February 14

Job Fair Sneak Peek 3-4:30 p.m., Renaissance Coliseum

February 15

Spring Job & Internship Fair, 11-3:30, Renaissance Coliseum

February 16

Looking ahead . . .

  • Freshman Internship Launch Event - Monday, February 26, 5-6:30 p.m., MSC Ballroom

Workshop Descriptions:

How To Start Your Resume: Be introduced to basic steps to use in order to begin your resume.

 

5 Things To Do Before Job Fair: Discover five things to do in preparation for the Spring  Job & Internship Fair on February 15th.

Online Applications and Your Resume: Learn how to help your resume stand out to applicant tracking systems when applying for jobs online.

Making The Most of Your Internship: This workshop's goal is to prepare you for your upcoming experience and to give you opportunities to think about your professionalism and soft skills that you may not otherwise had the chance to do so yet. We'll go through work scenarios to help you know what to expect in a professional setting and help you tease out the details from your own experience to market to future employers.

Interviewing Tips: Learn some tips for interviewing for jobs. Learn etiquette and how to answer tough questions.  

First Step, Resume Prep: Drop in and take the "first step" in preparing for the upcoming Spring Job and Internship Fair. See a Career Advisor get help with your resume and ask any questions you may.

Internship Search Tips:  Become prepared for your internship search at the upcoming Job Fair and learn other ways and places to find an internship.

Getting The Most Out Of The Job Fair: Pick up tips on how to navigate the Spring  Job & Internship Fair and ensure you get the most out value out of the event.

Coffee with Engineering Professionals: Casual networking event where students will interact with Engineering professionals from a variety of industries to ask questions about the company, industry, roles, co-ops, internships, entry-level positions, general advice, day-to-day activities, likes and dislikes, etc.

Careers In Public Service Panel: Are you considering pursuing a career in public service? Come join us for a panel discussion where you can ask questions on how to prepare yourself to pursue a career in public service. Organizations represented will currently include the US Peace Corps, the Center for Prevention of Abuse, City Year, and Teach for America.

Feedback Friday, Resume Critique Day: One-on-one interactions with employers who will help you with your draft resume before the Spring  Job & Internship Fair. Bring multiple copies of your resume. You may meet with multiple employers or staff during the event.

Job Fair ER: This is your opportunity to drop in and chat with a Smith Career Center Career Peer Advisor about:

how to prepare for the Job Fair, utilizing Bradley netWORK, discuss what to bring to the event, how to speak with prospective employers, quickly review your resume, and ask any questions prior to the event.

Job Fair Sneak Peek: Drop in at the Renaissance Coliseum the night before the Job Fair to get a feel for the space and see what the Job Fair has in store

Spring Job & Internship Fair: Open to all majors and is typically the largest career fair of the year. Employers looking to fill full-time professional positions will be looking for soon-to-be grads and/or potential interns.  

Burgess Hall, First Floor    bradley.edu/scc    (309) 677-2510    careers@bradley.edu