Company representatives from across the southern region come to the campus to visit
and recruit juniors and seniors of all majors for future employment opportunities
or internships. Professional dress is required. No denim of any kind is allowed.
Resumes recommended for juniors and seniors. Freshmen and Sophomore are invited to
Local, state and regional schools and education systems will visit our campus to recruit
our education majors for future employment opportunities. Professional dress is required. No denim of any kind is allowed. Resumes recommended
for juniors and seniors. Freshmen and Sophomore are also invited to attend.
From Higher Ed to Hired
Wednesday, January 28, 2015 - 2pm - 3pm
Wondering how to make sense of your college career in terms of finding that rewarding
career? Come and find out how at our From Higher Ed to Hired Workshop. We'll walk
you through your entire college career, from freshmen year right up to graduation,
informing you of all the "must do's" along the way. From preparing your resume, to
taking part in an internship, even job interviewing--we'll cover it all.
Pre-Career Fair Workshops
SUB Ballroom, 2nd floor
Tuesday, February 10, 2015 - 9:30am - 2pm
How To Work a Career Fair 9:30am
In this Pre-Career Fair Workshop various professionals from some of our local and
regional companies will share with you some of things you should be considering before
and during the Career Fair. Do you have an elevator speech? Have you looked over
the list of attending companies to highlight who you need to be sure to speak to?
How firm is your handshake? Do you know what you'll talk about? These are some of
the items our professional panel will discuss!
Lunch With Professionals 12:30pm
The Career Fair was a success and now you've been asked to come an interview with
the company of your dreams. So now what? During our Lunch With Professionals Workshop,
our professional panel will cover all aspects of this most important next step. From
attire selection, to how to handle yourself during the interview right up to what
to do once your interview is over. The information they'll share with you is "must
have" for any aspiring professional. So, don't miss out!
How to Make Social Media Work for You
Wednesday, March 11, 2015 - 2pm - 3pm
What does your Facebook page say about you to a potential employer? Believe it or
not, your social media accounts could make the difference between getting hired or
getting passed over for the next person. Make sure that all of your social media
accounts such as Facebook, Twitter and especially Linked In are saying the things
about you that they should be. We'll discuss how to clean up your social media and
make improvements to present yourself in the most professional way possible. Do you
have a Linked In Account? What is a Linked In Account? Be sure to attend and we'll
walk you through setting up this most important social media account.
Wednesday, April 15, 2015 - 2pm - 3pm
The interview is your chance to sell yourself as a potential job candidate--don't
fall short. The Office of Career Connections will offer tips, advice and will be
available to answer any questions you might have regarding the interview process.
From what to wear, to how to interact once in the interview right up to your exit
and what to do afterwards, we will cover it all. Everyone will have to take part
in an interview at some point in their life, make sure you're ready for your's!
Resumes are the most important professional document in the business world today.
Come and learn tips and techniques for developing a top-notch resume from the Office
of Career Connections. Whether you already have a resume and just need some touch
up work or you're starting from scratch, this workshop is sure to help you!