Great careers don’t happen by accident. Sure a satisfying career takes talent, but it also takes hard work and careful planning while you are still in college.
College of Science majors can sharpen their professional skills and hone their job search strategy at the Career Development Advanced Career Bootcamp on Saturday, October 28, 2017. A three-hour workshop, the bootcamp will take place in the Science Success Center, Kidder 109 from 10 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
The boot camp will teach students a range of skills from writing the perfect cover letter and résumé to negotiating a first job offer. Nationwide, most employers say a cover letter will make or break your chances, and a well-written one can take you far.
The boot camp is highly recommended for students who are less than a year away from graduation. It is also open to other undergraduates who are keen on planning ahead. If you have identified a clear career pursuit and are ready to start the job search process then this bootcamp is ideal for you.
The Advanced Career Boot Camp is designed to prepare you to pursue your career goals with clarity and confidence. It is an excellent way to develop a job search strategy and hone your professional development skills that will prepare you for a satisfying career after graduation.
The event includes a number of professional development activities plus a FREE lunch. At the end of the workshop, you will have learned how to:
- Create an effective resume and cover letter
- Develop a job search strategy
- Prepare for job interviews
- Negotiate your first job offer
- Learn from your peers
- Develop a career action plan
You have your heart set on a career. Join the workshop to find out how you can get there. Register here!