Workshops/Services

The workshops offered throughout the semester are designed to give students all the tools they need to find the career they want.

Please see our Event Calendar for the list of upcoming events and workshops.  All events are subject to change, please check Panther Career Link for updated times, locations, and dates.

TYPICAL WORKSHOPS  PRESENTED THROUGHOUT THE SEMESTER INCLUDE:

Dress 2 Impress

This workshop instructs students on what is considered professional clothing in the work environment. Students will learn what is acceptable for males and females and what not to wear, especially during interviews. This workshop touches on geographical differences, but is focused on American business culture.

Career Fair  Prep

  This workshop will help students get the most out of our Employer Day the following week. Students will be shown how to research employers, what to wear, and how to introduce themselves. This is a highly recommended workshop for students seeking internships or employment at Employer Day.

Resume Writing

 This workshop will help students learn to write resume including what employers are looking for on resumes and how to utize online resources.

The Secrets of LinkedIn  

This workshop will show students how to use LinkedIN  to assist them in their job search and network building.

Networking

This workshop will instruct students on good networking techniques and help them to learn how to build up their professional network.

Proper Business Etiquette

This workshop helps students learn the proper etiquette to have in an office setting as well as a dining setting.

Interacting with Employers

This workshop helps students learn how to effectively interact and network with employers. This workshop covers introductions, networking, when to contact recruiters, and what forms of correspondences are appropriate for different situations. This workshop also covers how to write a ‘Thank you’ letter.

 

Interviewing Skills

This workshop will assist students with interviewing skills, including how to handle hard questions, what not to say, and when to discuss different aspects of the hiring process such as salary and relocation.