Class Presentation Menu

10 Tips in 10 Minutes
10 minutes
Designed for professors who want to do something but cannot find an hour in their class schedule for a more thorough presentation.
10 Tips in 10 Minutes
Creating a Resume
45-60 minutes or 10 in 10
Content, context, style…what else you need to know about creating a professional resume; learn about essential master and targeted resumes, key words and action verbs.
Creating a Resume
How to Write a Cover Letter
45-60 minutes or 10 in 10
Learn the art of telling the employer why YOU are the candidate of choice and why you want to work for THEM. Styles include typical application, prospecting, thank-you, and no-thank-you letters.
How to Write a Cover Letter
Searching For Jobs & Internships
45-60 Minutes or 10 in 10
What are the steps to a successful search? Identify how to organize your search for effective results – networking, the hidden job market, search engines, and understand what REALLY “fits” you.
Searching for Jobs & Internships
What Can I Do With a Major In ___?
45-60 minutes
Fill in the blank for your audience and let the Career Center staff research the obvious and not so obvious opportunities where direct and transferable skills can land individuals jobs in various fields.
What Can I Do With a Major in ____?
Job & Internship Search Survival
45-60 Minutes
Searching for a job or internship can be rough. The Career Center staff will present tips on how to find the right opportunity, use Internet resources, create a customized search plan and use basic networking skills.
Job and Internship Survival
Network Your Way to a Job
45-60 minutes or 10 in 10
Identify and build your network through informational interviewing, job shadowing, social media and effectively distributing your business card.
Network Your Way to a Job
Interviewing: What To Do Before, During and After
45-60 minutes or 10 in 10
Find tips on how to prepare for and have a successful interview. Also how to write an outstanding thank you note to follow up on your interest, enthusiasm and skills.
Interviewing: What To Do Before, During and After
The Art of Salary Negotiation
45-60 minutes or 10 in 10
Learn when to negotiate, what to negotiate, and how to get what you negotiate for. This will include responses for employers who ask for salary requirements before the job offer.
The Art of Salary Negotiation
Discover Your Professional Strengths
45-60 minutes
Find out what your career strengths are, how to find a position to use your strengths, and how to market those strengths to potential employers.
Discover Your Professional Strengths
Considering Grad School?
45-60 minutes
Do I need to go to grad school? When should I go? What degree(s) will accomplish my goals? Where in the world can I study? This presentation provides resources for students to start thinking and answering questions about their “fit” for grad school, complete with basic application and document preparation tips.
Considering Grad School?
Explore Majors and Careers Through Career Assessments
60 or 120 minutes
The Career Center Advisors will come to your class to help students identify possible majors that fit their interests and skill sets.
Explore Majors