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Each fall and spring semester, Student Employment offers career development workshops to help students prepare for Career Fairs and other recruiting events.

Become a Resume Pro! Heading link

Your resume speaks a lot about you.  Make sure it’s sending the right message. This workshop will cover proper layout, do’s and don’ts, and other tips on how to get the employers’ attention and increase the number of interview invitations.

Guide to Student Employment! Heading link

Learn how to navigate Handshake while searching for student employment opportunities. This workshop will cover FAQs for student employment related topics and tips to improve your job search!

Expand your job search with the JLD Program! Heading link

Are you interested in off-campus part-time employment? This workshop will review the Job Location and Development program, requirements, benefits, and more.

Maximize your Handshake Experience! Heading link

Want to learn more about Handshakes features and how to use them throughout your college journey? This workshop will dive into Handshake’s components and explain how to maximize your Handshake experience!

Mastering the Balance of School, Work, & Life Heading link

As a college student, there may be new additions to your agenda, this workshop will explore methods and tips for improving your School, Work, & Life Balance. Explore on-campus resources offered to students and how you can use them to promote balance within your life!

Introduction to Interviewing Heading link

Learn the do’s and don’ts of interviewing and how to answer questions asked during job interviews. Topics include: how to introduce yourself, how to prepare for interviews, common questions asked, and more!

Networking 101: How to Network as a Student Heading link

Learn tips and methods on networking with peers. Topics include: what is networking, how to network as a student, do’s and don’ts of networking, and why is networking important.