3 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Location: FA 2.206
As a graduate student or postdoctoral scholar, you will need to advocate for yourself on the job market. Once you have developed a career plan, you should begin building your network, learning about, and communicating with companies or organizations where you wish to work. How do you develop an accurate profile of a company/organization’s purpose, culture, and needs? What kinds of communication are appropriate at this stage of your job search? In this workshop, you will learn how to research potential employers of various types, build your network in a new professional area, and communicate with individuals involved in every stage of the hiring process.
Light refreshments will be served. Registration is not required for this event. Please arrive a few minutes early to ensure a good seat.
Date: Thursday, February 22, 2017
Time: 3:00 to 4:30 pm
Location: FA 2.206
About the Office of Graduate Studies' Career Planning Series: Workshops in the Career Planning Series introduce graduate students and postdoctoral scholars to the fundamental processes involved in finding a career at any stage and in any industry. The series begins with an overview and is followed by more specific workshops that may be attended in any order.
Other Workshops in the Series:
- (Jan. 18) Career Planning Series Overview
- (Jan. 25) Assess Yourself for Careers, Fellowships, and Wellness
- (Feb. 8) Preparing for the Unexpected: Planning Your Career through Life's Uncertainties, featuring Dr. Brenda Davis
- (Feb. 15) How to Find a STEM Career that Fits YOU, featuring Bill Lindstaedt
- (Mar. 29) Graduate School and Beyond: Strategies for Surviving and Thriving, featuring Natalie Lundsteen