The Career Design Center provides several different events, workshops, and panels each semester. Check the CNS Calendar, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and ScienceWorks for all events that are sponsored by the Career Design Center for up-to-date information, changes, and descriptons. We look forward to seeing you!
|9/8/14||Resume Basics Presentation||TBD||TBD|
|9/11/14||Walk-In Resume Reviews||TBD||PAI 5.03|
|9/16/14||Career Fair Prep Presentation||TBD||TBD|
|9/17/14||Interview Prep Presentation||TBD||TBD|
|9/18/14||CNS Fall 2014 Career Fair||1p-6p||Frank Erwin Center|
Please RSVP by clicking the link for each event. Most events include refreshments.
Career Design Center staff will provide quick, 15-minute resume reviews at each noted location. All CNS majors are welcome and we request that you bring a hard copy of your resume with you.
Walk-In Resume Day:
Career Design Center staff, along with select employers, will provide quick, 15-minute resume reviews in our office. All CNS majors are welcome and we request that you bring a hard copy of your resume with you.
Resume Basics Presentation:
Come to this presentation-style event and learn how to create a tailored resume for your job/internship search or graduate school application. Even if you already have a resume, this event will still benefit you. Whether you are creating a resume for the first time or improving an existing one, this event can help you. Don't miss this opportunity!
Career Fair Prep Presentation:
This interactive presentation is sponsored by USAA and will provide you with an overview of what to expect at a career fair, how to best prepare before you go, and how to create a strategy for maximizing your time at the fair.
Fall 2014 Career Fair:
Approximately 100-120 employers are generally in attendance, seeking candidates for full-time, part-time, and internship positions. Please visit our Career Fair page to learn more about who is coming and what positions they are seeking to fill.
Interview Prep Presentation:
This presentation gives students information on how to prepare for all stages of the job interview: before, during and after. Students can also gain an insider’s perspective and learn about employer likes and pet peeves when it comes to interviewing.