Request a Presentation
To request a presentation for your class, please fill out the Don't Cancel Class Program Request Form. You will be contacted within one business day to verify your request.
A tailored presentation for your students based upon their major. Learn about the variety of career options for majors on this campus. Most majors have multiple areas/industries they could pursue upon graduation and this presentation with explore those options more in-depth and review strategies for success based upon each area/industry. Best when your classroom has a majority of one major so the presenter can focus on that specific major instead of multiple.
Choosing a Major
Did you know college students on average, change their majors three to four times during their college careers? How do you know which major is right for you? This presentation reveals what you should know about yourself to find the best fit for your major and career.
This presentation covers researching schools and programs, determining graduate school and program fit, admissions exams, application procedures and tips, and financial assistance available in graduate school.
Learn about the different types of interviews, how to prepare yourself, do's and don'ts during the interview, and how to answer various types of questions. Information about illegal questions, what to ask an interviewer, and guidelines for following up after the interview will also be covered to ensure a comprehensive understanding of the interview process.
Take control of your job search. There's more to the job search than looking for ads in the newspaper. Get a quick overview of critical areas of the job search process and how to become proactive. This presentation will also explain the benefits of using JobZone, our free online job posting system for students and alumni.
It's not what you know, it's who you know! Learn the fundamentals of networking, including tips, techniques, etiquette & your personal networking style to make your networking more effective.
Online Social Networking/Web 2.0
Using Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other social networking tools can assist you in creating a positive professional presence online and impress potential employers. This presentation will help you determine what is appropriate to post online and what to avoid.
Overview of Career Services
Give your students exposure to the Career Services office with this informative presentation on all our services. We cover information on where to find pertinent information on our website that helps students with choosing a major/career, job searching, writing resumes, and preparing for interviews. We explain all of our events, initiatives that support students being prepared for a career, and other free resources. Every student will receive a career guide and information on JobZone, drop-in hours, and how to schedule an appointment. This is a great presentation for classrooms with a large portion of freshmen and sophomores.
Resume & Cover Letter Writing
This presentation aids students in writing a professional cover letter and shares tips on how to get your resume noticed by employers. You will learn what to include in a resume and how to highlight your education and work experience and preparing for interviews. We explain all of our events, initiatives that support students being prepared for a career, and other free resources. Every student will receive a career guide and information on JobZone, drop-in hours, and how to schedule an appointment. This is a great presentation for classrooms with a large portion of freshmen and sophomores.
Study Away Presentations by National Student Exchange and Office of International Education
Coordinators of NSE and Study Abroad will tailor a presentation to your curriculum about options and procedures for participating on a study away program around the U.S. or around the world. We will give an overview of the benefits, financial aid options, and programs personalized to your class.
Transitioning out of College
Perfect for Seniors! This presentation will provide insight on what the differences are between being an employee and a student, evaluating a job offer, how to maintain a job, budgeting, and investing for the future. Life after college can be harder than you think.