The FIU Career & Talent Development Department are gearing up for an exciting FREE networking event WITH TOP EMPLOYERS LOOKING TO RECRUIT AND #HIREFIU, Tuesday April 17th, 2018 here at the SASC, building in room 305 from 5:30pm-7:30pm and we would love for you to join us! MEET UP WITH US!
Meet Up Opportunities- Offers students the opportunity to interact with employers who will share their insight on career paths and jobs in their industry that offer jobs and internships to students and alumni in those targeted majors.
· Free Food, Prizes, Giveaways and More!
· Students, Faculty & Staff are welcome!
These employers are hiring for all majors and would love to meet you! This event is free to students and alumni. We will have light refreshments and a dessert/ coffee bar. Should you see more information please feel free to call us directly at 305-348-1733.
Take advantage of our Technical Employer Internship Panels at EC during Internship Week! Previous interns will be addressing how they got hired, their internship experiences, and tips on internships.
Take advantage of our Employer Internship Panel targeting all majors during Internship Week! Recruiters will be addressing how they hire interns, how you can intern with them, and tips on internships. After the panel session, employers will be on hand to network and collect resumes. This is your chance to land that internship!
Are you Career Ready? Join us to learn what Career Readiness Skills employers seek in college graduates. Participants will identify how their experience relates to each area as well as how to clearly articulate these skills in a professional setting. (Career Readiness defined by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, NACE)
Social media is becoming a powerful tool in the hiring process, that can either make or break you. Attend this workshop and learn the do’s and don’ts of creating your LinkedIn, and how to effectively utilize this tool for the job search.
Learn about the different types of internships and top reasons to intern, strategies in researching, applying and preparing for internships.Searching for an internship or a job is a job in itself. Attend this workshop to learn about tools and strategies to assist with your search. We will review resources for finding jobs (e.g. Handshake, LinkedIn, The Muse) and networking (e.g. student organizations, classmates, professional associations, LinkedIn company pages, on campus events), and will encourage you to create an action plan for your search.
This session will provide insight in to the career paths for the “What can I do With My Major/Degree in…?” series. You will be provided with insight from experts in the field, employment information, and resources to help you navigate the industry and/or sector. Learn to identify job titles, employers, related occupations, professional associations, and skills needed for those occupations.
Understand the goals and importance of an interview. Learn effective tools in preparation for the interview process, the appropriate communication skills, behavior, and dress code for an interview, as well as what to do after an interview.
Ever wonder the main skills employers look for? Trying to figure out how to obtain those skills and articulate them to others? Or are you interested in learning how your career development also merges with your leadership development? This would be a great workshop for you. Here, we will be diving into NACE’s Career Readiness Competencies through interactive activities that will enable you to think deeper about how you can exemplify these targeted skills (critical thinking, teamwork, leadership, etc) and articulate them to an employer to make you a much more enhanced applicant for your future positions.
ACE the interview is a newly revamped practice interview program. ACE the interview will be a full day or half-day event hosted 3 times a semester in specific targeted industries. Students will meet one-on-one with an employer for a 30-minute interview with customized questions based on the information/job description the employer provides. Students are then given feedback after the interview from the employer reviewing strengths and areas to improve.
Take the opportunity to network with the main employers from the Career EXPO. Create professional connections in the industry of your choosing before the Career EXPO.
This event will host over 50 employers and 25 industry leaders for all majors and careers. If you are travelling from MMC then you may ride free (return trip) on the GPE shuttle and to attend Career EXPO at BBC. Please register for this service. Registration will end once capacity has been met or by November 1st.
Are you career ready? Join us to learn about the career readiness skills employers seek in college graduates. Participants will identify how their experience relates to each area as well as how to clearly articulate these skills in a professional setting. (Career Readiness defined by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, NACE)
Are you career ready? Join us to learn about the career readiness skills employers seek in college graduates. We will identify how different career competencies relate to each area as well as how to clearly articulate these skills in a professional setting. You will also be able to understand the goals and importance of an interview. Learn effective tools in preparation for the interview process, the appropriate communication skills, behavior, and dress code for an interview, as well as what to do after an interview.