This Boeing Speaker Series session will discuss the importance of Emotional Intelligence in the workplace by sharing personal lessons learned along a career journey while living and working in four countries, nine cities, at multiple companies, and on lots of airplanes. Speaker Bio: Sue Paish is the Vice President of Mechanical Structural Engineering for Boeing […]
Your resume is your first, and often your only time to get noticed by a potential employer. Chris Miller, WSU Global Campus career advisor, will cover the crucial do’s and don’ts of resume and cover letter writing. Resources for developing strong resume content and a participant activity will be included in this webinar. Tuesday, November […]
Every year, Microsoft welcomes thousands of university graduates from every corner of the world to join the company. Graduates bring their aspirations, talent, potential—and excitement for the journey ahead. Microsoft’s mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more. As employees, they come together with a growth mindset, innovate […]
This Virtual Career Fair is free to attend for job and internship seekers with disabilities. Competitive opportunities for every level of candidate, from experienced professionals, recent college graduates, and college students with disabilities, to meet online with employers across the nation. Candidates are invited to interact with employers via chat sessions and connect with employers […]
After you’ve started your degree you still have many career options to consider. How do you find a career that balances your interests, skills, and values without hours of online browsing and random job applications? Find out as Global Campus Career Advisor, Chris Miller, shares his favorite career interest tools and strategies to help you save time and find the perfect career.
WSU Global Campus students are invited to connect with program representatives in a convenient online platform. This free online event runs throughout the morning and features Education graduate programs throughout the nation.
Handshake’s Virtual Expo will allow employers to schedule one-on-one time with students or group sessions to share information about their company and open positions. Students are able to schedule their interactions at the fair ahead of time and will not have to wait in line during the actual fair. Video, chat, and audio conversations will all be available on Handshake.
Join Global Campus Career Advisor, Chris Miller, as he walks you through the career resources and services available to Global Campus students. Chris will answer your questions, introduce tools, and demonstrate how to utilize these resources. Handshake, the Strong Interest Inventory, Resume Worded, and virtual events will be highlighted.
Few would disagree that inclusion is the right thing to do and good for business. If organizations believe in the “why” of being diverse, inclusive, and equitable leaders, then why are they still struggling to put it into action? Because true change requires inclusion on purpose, which takes more than just knowing inclusion is right, it commands personal intention and awareness when creating inclusive workplaces. In this research-backed webinar, inclusion strategist and author Ruchika Tulshyan will set the stage for why organizations must take an intersectional and purposeful approach to create an inclusive workplace.
The Resume and Interview Skills Workshop will dive into best practices for resume development and interview tips that best positions students for success. This includes resume strategy, formatting, content, mistakes to avoid, and items to include, as well as strategies and insights on how to be successful in a structured interview, which is the format used by Boeing and many other Fortune 500 companies.