Learn about the different types of internships and top reasons to intern, strategies in researching, applying, and preparing for internships and jobs.
There is much wealth to gain in learning more about your personality, interests, and strengths, how they play out in the job you choose and your productivity in the work place. Come to this workshop to gain a deeper understanding of who you are and how your personality, interests, and strengths influence the job/position you choose and your future career decisions.
Hello Panthers! Career Bash is our favorite way to kick-start a new semester.On January 23rd from 11:00AM-1:00PM in WUC Panther Square, enjoy a time of Food, Fun, Games & Activities and Music while gaining valuable career tips and getting to know what FIU can offer you in terms of meeting your Career Goals. This is one event you don’t want to miss, it will prepare and excite you for all the coming events Career and Talent Development has for you.
If you’ve ever believed that you’re destined for something great, and if you’re constantly searching for your purpose, then this presentation is for you. Evan will present the life that stands before you in the characters in his book. You may recognize yourself in some of them. Along the way you will gain an understanding of the importance of taking time right now to gain a better understanding of what you want out of your life and regardless of others expectations, do what you need to do to explore the jobs, responsibilities, and industries that will feed your personal happiness and desire to make a difference.
Just like the characters in Evans book, Evan will remind you that you will face difficult people who for a multitude of reasons will put roadblocks in front of you that can slow down, or alter your career path. You will learn how to transcend issues and events that could keep you from reaching your dream job. Join Evan to gain a learn insights into how you can control your destiny by building a solid foundation in your twenties!
Presenter: Evan Tarver
Evan is a copywriter, fiction author, and business owner with experience in finance and technology.
He contributes nonfiction articles to various business publications, writes a weekly blog on self-improvement at www.evantarver.com, has a published personal finance book, and openly admits that he’s a “business nerd.”
However, he’s also a regular nerd who pens full-length fiction novels that span from the historical past to the dystopian future.
Each piece of writing, whether it be a one-page finance article or a 400-page fiction story, is meant to provide readers with lasting enjoyments and actionable takeaways that better their lives and encourage them to act.
In 2002, I was named Family Physician of the Year by the North Carolina Academy of Family Physicians. In 2010, I became a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians.
Because ultimately, the key to true happiness is self-improvement through positive experiences, and all of Evan’s works seek to accelerate that self-improvement and spread those positive experiences.
Some of his ideas explore the social environment on the macro level, some of his ideas explore the transformative power of personal growth on the micro level – while most of them probably fall somewhere in-between. But everything is written to inspire people to shift the way they think; it may not be a big shift, but it will always be a positive one.
Take advantage of our Student Internship Panels during Internship Week! Previous interns will be addressing how they got hired, their internship experiences, and tips on internships. Today we feature interns from the College of Engineering and Computing.
In this interactive workshop, you will get hands on experience learning how to leverage the strengths of others to achieve common goals, assess and manage your own emotions and those of others, and how to best lead to organize, prioritize, and delegate work. This workshop was designed focusing on Career Readiness skills that employers seek out and where participants will learn how to clearly articulate these skills in a professional setting.
Tune in at webcast.fiu.edu to learn about all the opportunities the National Institutes of Health offers students for their Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research. Open to all STEM, Health, or Public Administration majors!
Fall Fest continues with special guest plastic surgeon Dr. Miami!