Amazon, Microsoft, and Sabre will be on campus this week! All 3 companies will be holding information sessions for students and alumni, so plan to come to one or all of these sessions to receive information on possible job opportunities:
Sabre Holdings, Jan. 31, 6:00 pm, SSB 3.107
Amazon, Feb. 1, 6:00 pm, SU Galaxy Rooms
Microsoft, Feb. 2, 5:30 pm, TI Auditorium (ESCC 2.102)
Now is your chance to ask questions, so come prepared and ready to learn!
Being shy is no longer an excuse to skip networking functions. Take a cue from this blog post by Lisa Petrilli of the Harvard Business Review.
Remember that the Career Center can help you improve your networking skills. We host networking events and seminars throughout the semester. Visit our website for details!
When it comes to the job search, good communication is the key to success. Make sure that you aren’t making silly mistakes! Click here to see some common errors. This blog is by Perry Newman of Career Rocketeer.
A new semester means a new round of career seminars! We’re kicking off the spring with How to Write a Professional Resume on Jan. 24 at 11:00 am in SSB 3.107. Come and learn tips and tricks for writing a great resume.
Click here to see the seminar schedule for the spring semester. We hope to see you often!
Good career tips can come from unlikely sources, even comedian Tina Fey! Take a look at this blog post by Bryce Christansen of The Savvy Intern for some career related highlights from Tina Fey’s book Bossypants. Hopefully, a little improve humor will help spice up your job search!
Tuesday, January 24, 2012, 6:00 pm
Seminar Room, SSB 3.107
Citi will be on campus to recruit Computer Science, Software Engineering, Computer Engineering, MIS and ITM students for employment and internship opportunities. Open to US Citizens, US Permanent Residents, Asylees and Refugees.
Is your cover letter making the right impression? Use this quiz by Lisa Vaas of The Ladders to see if your letter passes the test!
Did you know that the Career Center will critique cover letters during our regular drop by hours? Click here to see the drop-in critique schedule.
Often, employers use phone interviews to pre-screen candidates before the first round of in-person interviews. This means that job seekers have to be ready to ace an interview over the phone! Check out these tips Kelly Aldridge of New Grad Life to help you get ready.
Did you know that you can schedule a mock phone interview with the Career Center? Call us at 972-883-2943 to set up an appointment!
With winter break coming to a close, it’s time to start applying for spring and summer internships. Take a look at these 12 things to watch out for on your job search by Vivian Giang of Business Insider.
Remember that the Career Center offers drop in resume advising. We can help you work out all of the kinks on your resume and cover letter before you apply! Click here for more information.