This Virtual Career Fair is free to attend for diverse job and internship seekers. Competitive opportunities for every level of candidate, including experienced professionals and recent college graduates, to meet online with employers across the nation. Candidates are invited to interact with employers via chat sessions and connect with employers looking to hire diverse students and alumni.
Have you ever dreamed of doing something you love while making a difference in the lives around you? Or serving a customer base also affecting positive change? Or, even, just doing what you love with those you want to spend time with most? In this inspiring webinar, Lara Hodgson, co-author of Level Up: Rise Above the Hidden Forces Holding your Business Back, will share her experience (the good, the bad, and the ugly) as a serial entrepreneur starting multiple businesses, with her long-time business partner, Stacey Abrams.
Are you afraid you’re too old to make big changes? Are you worried about breaking away from a well-formed path even though you’re unhappy? Uncertainty is at an all-time high. What do you need to move forward in a meaningful way in your career? Your prime working years encompass about 40 to 50 percent of your entire lifetime, and as we are living longer, many of us are working later in life too. In this thought-provoking webinar, career and executive coach Tammy Gooler Loeb will identify the strategies to help you stay on track as obstacles and opportunities show up in your careers.
You know it’s important to network, but how do you do it effectively? Join Chris Miller, Global Campus Career Advisor, to learn the foundations of networking from building your contacts to creating a personalized elevator speech. From this webinar, you’ll take away networking tools to use throughout your career.
If you’re a student interested in a virtual internship with the federal government, it’s time to #ApplyinJuly, and this year the process has been improved. Students can view internships and apply all in one place: USAJOB’s Open Opportunities VSFS Community.
Micro-Internships help companies get immediate support while identifying and evaluating candidates for future hiring needs. The Parker Dewey Micro-Internships program connects students to a diverse network of companies and organizations to take on professional, paid, short-term assignments year-round. As a complement to existing college recruiting efforts and semester-long internships, Micro-Internships provide opportunities for students to demonstrate their skills, develop relationships, and explore career paths, while providing real value to businesses.
Remember when you could do everything you wanted to do while doing everything you needed to do? Neither does anyone else. Gone are the simpler days when work was a 40-hour-per-week idea, there weren’t distractions, you weren’t reachable 24×7, and you didn’t have more to do than the time available. It is possible to have a work-life balance in today’s complicated, competitive, and ever-changing world if you understand what is and isn’t.
The Women In Ops Amazon Discussion panelist will discuss their experience within operations and answer questions for incoming or interested operations leaders. This event will highlight how women leaders define their career paths and offer their perspective on how you can successfully jump start your career in operations.
Successful job seekers take the time to learn what employers are looking for in potential candidates. In this virtual workshop, you will learn how to convey to a prospective employer who you are, what you know, and what you have to offer. You will also learn which résumé and cover letter formats best display your skills, knowledge and abilities in order to attract employers and lead to more interviews.
This Virtual Career Fair is free to attend for diverse job and internship seekers. Competitive opportunities for every level of candidate, including experienced professionals and recent college graduates, to meet online with employers across the nation.