The Career Center staff is available to present on-campus workshops on a variety of topics to your class, group, or club. See available workshops below.
To request a workshop, complete our Workshop Request Form. Workshops must be requested at least 2 weeks prior to your requested date. Classroom presentations are limited to one workshop per unit, per semester.
- Introduction to the Career Center: Brief introduction of Career Center (may be presented by Career Center student staff) and quick overview of resources and services available to students.
- Introduction to Resumes: Introduction to resumes including basics including formatting, content, and how to get started creating a resume.
- University 102 - Introduction to Career: An introduction to the Career Center and career education, including commonly held career myths, an introduction to career readiness, and more. Specific to UNIV102 classes.
- Preparing your Resume for the Job Search (Advanced): This advanced workshops includes a brief overview of resume basics as well as resume strategies to land a job interview.
- Exploring your "VIPS" - Values, Interests, Personality & Skills (Includes Focus2Career): Exploration of Focus2Career as a resource to help students discover possible career paths based on their values, interests, personality & skills.
- Focus2Career: Reviewing Results & Taking Action: This workshop helps students understand and utilize their Focus2Career results and how to continue exploring different career pathways. Must have access to Focus2Career Assessment Results.
- Successful Interviewing: Best practicies and strategies for a successful job interview.
- LinkedIn Workshop: Covers uses and best practices, how to set up a profile, and useful functionalities, including the alumni search tool for informational interviewing.
- Job and Internship Search Workshop: Provides an overview of the job search process including the best job-search tools and best practices.
- Exploring Career Pathways: How to explore possible career pathways through market research and informational interviewing.
- Graduate School: General overview of the graduate school application process from research to application submission.
- Preparing for Career Fairs: How to prepare your resume and Handshake profile, networking tips, and strategies for success at Career Fairs.
- Strengths for Students: Focuses on helping students leverage their top five strengths. Students must have access to their top five Strengths via Clifton Strengths for Students.
*All workshops are scheduled for 60 minutes, with the exception of "Introduction to the Career Center" which is scheduled for 5-10 minutes.