Internship Orientation and Professional Development Workshop and WT & Me
Job Search Workshops
Making the Job Fair Work for You
Our workshops assist you in developing a resume from scratch or polishing the one you currently have. This workshop is strongly recommended for ALL students as they begin the job search process and is required for all students interested in the internship program.
Workshops this week: Wednesday, 4/16, noon; Friday, 4/18, 11:00 AM
Workshops next week: Monday, 4/21, 5:30 PM; Tuesday, 4/22, 2:30 PM;
Career Services hosts walk-in resume reviews every Tuesday and Wednesday from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm (in 15-minute sessions) to individually help you with your resume. To be eligible for this one-on-one assistance, you must have attended a resume workshop in our office, gone through our online workshop or been in a class where one of our staff members presented a resume workshop. No appointment is necessary, you will be assisted on a first come, first served basis. Critiquing is done in the Office of Career Services, Student Success Center Suite 113 on the first floor of the Classroom Center.
Internship orientations are designed to explain what internships are, help answer your questions, discuss the required steps to get involved, and assist you in filling out the appropriate paperwork.
Every Thursday from 11:30am to 12:30pm
This workshop helps you develop interviewing skills, learn what employers expect, and answers your co-op / internship questions. It is required for all students interested in the co-op / internship program. View the Internship Professional Development Workshop.
This great workshop helps you develop and polish your interviewing skills. Online Interview Workshop Presentation. Informational interviewing is another great tool to use in your job search. Tips on how to do informational interviewing. Practice your interviewing skills in the WTAMU Career & Counseling Services' Mock Interview Program held once each month in the long semesters.
Navigating the Part-time Job Search: Designed for students seeking a part-time job. We walk through the steps to apply for a job, provide interview and resume tips and key ways to succeed in a job. Workshops last one hour and are held in CC 113. Check our calendar for upcoming dates.
6 Doable Steps: What To Do If You Do Not Know What To Do And Need A Job
Fundamental Truths About The Job Search. Proven strategies to really get employment in one's dream career field.
To-Do List for Getting A Job: Check list of activities one should engage in to land a job.
LinkedIn Job Search Checklist: to help you utilize this online networking resource effectively
Here you'll find tips on how to prepare for any job fair but specifically for the EXPOs hosted by our office. Learn how to prepare for the job fair, what to expect at the EXPO and how to follow up on leads from the fair. Get the most out of any career or job fair!