This week, the Career and Internship Center will be hosting a series of events June 23-June 26 that are aimed at helping recent graduates find job opportunities, and refine their application materials! Along with our recurring resume, cover letter, and LinkedIn webinars, we will also be hosting a Document Review Drop-ins on Thursday, June 25, and on Friday, June 26th, our first ever Recent Grad Mini Job Fair!
Below are some additional details on each of these virtual events. Please RSVP for either or both on Handshake!
Document Review Drop-In’s:
Calling all job-searching seniors: Having a high-quality tailored resume and cover letter can help you stand out in our applications – and we can help! On Thursday, June 25th our Career Coaches will be hosting a day of drop-ins aimed at helping you perfect your job (or internship) documents. Please pre-register for this event here in Handshake – you will receive the Zoom link in your confirmation from Handshake. You will be able to join the event during any time between 11am-4pm Pacific Time on Thursday 6/25 and a member of our team will be happy to provide feedback about your documents. Questions? Email email@example.com.
Mini Recent Graduate Virtual Career Fair
This fair invites recent grads who are actively seeking full-time employment to interact with a variety of employers who are actively hiring for positions.
This virtual fair will take place in Zoom, through multiple meeting rooms with their own Zoom link. There will be three sessions, with multiple employers per session. You are welcome to register for each session to have the chance to visit all employers.
We will email the Zoom links to registered students and alumni prior to the event.
Benefits & Tips:
- Complete your Handshake profile prior to the fair.
- Research the companies that are attending and take a look at their open positions on Handshake.
- Check the Handshake event often to see newly registered organizations and the time frame during which they will attend the fair.
- Create or update your LinkedIn profile.
- Plan to dress professionally and prepare by attending virtual workshops hosted by the Career & Internship Center.
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