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.
Upcoming Spring 2014 Career Services Workshops & Events
PCAT & Pharmacy School Admissions Workshop
Wednesday, April 9th, 2014 from 5:00pm - 6:00pm in the Reinsch Library Boardroom
Do you aspire to become a pharmacist? Considering pharmacy school? Then don't miss out on this event! This educational workshop about navigating the path to pharmacy school will include information on pharmacy school admissions and preparing for the required PCAT exam. This workshop will be led by a professionally trained Kaplan Test Prep Faculty Member and will offer students key insights into the pharmacy school admissions process, up-to-date information about the PCAT Exam, and free study materials and resources so that everyone leaves with all the information they need to make an informed next step!
Professionalism & Workplace Etiquette
Monday, April 14th, 2014 from 5:00pm - 6:00pm in Gailhac G114
This workshop is essential for all Marymount University students prior to entering an internship or job. The key to finding and obtaining employment is exhibiting the highest level of professionalism. Sure, your skills, education, and abilities are important to employers. But perhaps even more important is the employer’s actual experience of you in the workplace setting. Come learn the secrets of professional behavior, attitude, and image and set yourself up for long-term career success! Turn that internship into a JOB!
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED:
Career Challenges for Graduates & Professionals
Saturday, April 26th, 2014 from 11:00am to 12:00pm in Ballston 405 **This workshop is for graduate students and alumni ONLY!
As we advance in our career lives, we are bound to face some situations in and around the work place that may seem difficult to approach. This workshop will combine strategies and open sharing to give graduates and professionals a set of tools to help navigate some common career challenges such as salary negotiation, office politics, and conflict in the workplace. Participants are encouraged to bring questions and lessons learned from their own experiences to discuss.