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Workshops are a great way to build your career development skills while learning about the latest developments in career exploration and preparation.

Our professional staff offer these interactive workshops to support and inform the career development activities all students should be engaging in during their time here Marymount, whether it be for their undergraduate or graduate level education.

If you have any questions or concerns about our workshops, please Contact Career Services for more information.

 

Fall 2014 Career Services Workshops & Events   

Sports Management Panel
Tuesday, September 30th, 2014 at 6:00pm in Rowley G206
 
Interested in a career in Sports Management? Join professionals in the Sports Management field for an informative panel discussion about careers in their field.Please bring your questions!
 
 
Job Search Strategies
Tuesday, October 7th, 2014 at 4:00pm in Rowley G205

Have you created your job search plan? Are you not familiar with Jobs4Saints? What does ‘networking’ really mean? The Center for Career Services’ workshop on Job Searching Strategies will answer these questions and more. Learn to begin with the end in mind to accomplish your career goals.
 
 
Using Social Media/Linked In
Wednesday, October 15th, 2014 at 5:00pm -- ONLINE 
 
Do you have a professional profile on Linked In?
Can your Facebook account help or prevent you from getting a job?
If your twitter account is private, can employers see your information?
Social media can be a great networking tool and job search aid.  Learn what to do and what to avoid by logging in to the Using Social Media Workshop.  

Registration is required.  Please register through Jobs4Saints, Career Event #160.  
Log-in information will be sent once registration is received.  
 
 
Biology & Health Sciences Panel
Wednesday, October 29th, 2014 at 6:00pm  
 
Join professionals from various fields within Biology and Health Sciences as they discuss their work and the steps they took along their career journey. The will offer advice on things you can do now that will help prepare you for your career.
 
 
Long-Term Service Fair
Monday, November 3rd, 2014 at 1:00pm
 
There are a wide variety of paid long-term service opportunities available all over the world, each with unique missions and varying program goals. The Long-term Service Fair brings diverse volunteer organizations to campus and to speak about their programs.In addition, the organizations will speak to the professional benefits of service in any career path.
 
 
Personal Branding
Wednesday, November 12th, 2014 at 1:00pm -- ONLINE
 
Finding a job in today’s competitive market is all about making you stand out. What makes YOU the right candidate for the position? The Personal Branding Workshop will give you suggestions on how to make yourself memorable to employers in various settings - on your resume, at a job fair, during an interview.We will also discuss how to create your elevator pitch (personal tweet).
 
Registration is required. Please register through Jobs4Saints, Career Event #162. Log-in information will be sent once registration is received.
 
 
International Careers Panel
Thursday, November 13th, 2014 from 6:00pm - 7:30pm in the Reinsch Library Boardroom
 
Sponsored by the Center for Global Education
Professionals currently working in international careers will speak about their backgrounds and their current roles. In addition they will share advice on resources, organizations and trends to help students better prepare for an international career.
 
 
Present Professionally
Tuesday, November 18th, 2014 at 5:00pm -- ONLINE
 
You dress for the part you want, not the part you have. It takes a person about 10 seconds to make a first impression and almost 90% of the time the first impression sticks. Do you:
  • Have a strong handshake? 
  • Keep eye contact? 
  • Know what to say at a Career/Jobs Fair? 
  • Know how to dress for the interview? 
  • What questions are appropriate to ask? 
 This is an open workshop, no registration needed. Jobs4Saints Career Event #163