This presentation provides practical steps to be taken in order to become (more) attractive and marketable in today's as well as tomorrow's tight job market. Appropriate for all disciplines and majors as well as for all students, the information/proposals/warnings provided include suggestions for proactive steps and courses of action pertaining to one's academic, social and personal life as well as the consequences such actions (or inactions) can have on the search for a suitable, desirable job. Viewing the traditional job search (beginning in the freshman year) through the eyes of the young (soon-to-be) graduate as well as the seasoned individual(s) involved in the screening/hiring process provides a unique perspective of the overall challenge often referred to as the "job hunt" as a newly minted graduate. Time is provided for a question and answer session following the formal part of the session.
|Presenter:||William Stier (Faculty)|
|Time:||10:45 am Session II|