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|12-1 pm||Cover Letter||Finding Your Purpose and Passion||Salary Negotiation and Understanding Benefits|
|1-2 pm||Interviewing||LinkedIn for networking||Financing and Getting into Grad School|
|2-3 pm||Social Media and the Job Search||Job Search Strategies||Money Management|
|3-4 pm||Salary Negotiation and Understanding Benefits||Resources for Going Abroad||Interviewing|
|4-5 pm||LinkedIn for Networking||Business Etiquette-Mastering Meals, Manners and Business Interactions||Cover Letter|
|5-6 pm||Networking Know-How: Alumni and Employers Share Stories||Targeting Your Resume||Conducting a Long-Distance Job Search|
|6-7 pm||Nonprofit Job Search||What Happens After You Apply? Demystifying Applicant Tracking Systems||Career Fair Prep|
|Allscripts||Allscripts||Allscripts||ChoiceStream||Brookline Access Television||Brookline Access Television||Commonwealth of MA|
|AspenTech||Anheuser- Busch||Anheuser- Busch||Meditech||ChoiceStream||Commonwealth of MA|
|Bluewolf||AspenTech||ChoiceStream||Museum of Science||MathWorks||MathWorks|
|KARL STORZ Endovision||Bluewolf||General Electric||Peace Corps||Meditech||US Customs & Border Protection|
|Meditech||ChoiceStream||Meditech||Sovereign Bank||Museum of Science||Vention Medical|
|Procter & Gamble||General Electric||Peace Corps||Sprint Nextel||Peace Corps|
|TJX||Hologic||Sprint Nextel||US Customs & Border Protection||Sovereign Bank|
|TomTom||KARL STORZ Endovision||Teradyne||Vention Medical||Sprint Nextel|
|US Customs & Border Protection||Meditech||TJX||Vistaprint||TJX|
|Procter & Gamble||Tom Tom||US Customs & Border Protection|
|Teradyne||US Customs & Border Protection||Vention Medical|
|US Customs & Border Protection|
This workshop is designed to introduce students to the basics of business etiquette. It will help students to recognize the importance of proper etiquette as it relates to interviewing and business situations. Participants should leave the workshop with an understanding of how to conduct proper introductions, utilize effective written correspondence in their job search, and feel comfortable using proper etiquette in any business dining situation.
Learn insights and advice on how students can make the most of their experiences at the upcoming Career Fair. Whether you're looking for a full-time job, internship or co-op opportunity - it's important to prepare in order to make a great first impression with recruiters.
Do I really need a cover letter? Many times, the answer is yes. Learn to write cover letters that set you apart from the competition.
To love what you do and feel that is matters is what most of seek for our lives. This workshop will help you to increase your self-awareness of the things that inspire and motivate you (your purpose) and the strengths and interests you want to use in your work life (your passions). Understanding your purpose and passions will help you in making better life and career decisions.
Are you thinking about an Arts and Sciences or Business Graduate degree? What about engineering or law? A panel of admissions and financial aid experts will discuss the application process, graduate school exams, tips on writing essays and financing your degree.
Get employer tips for successful interviewing. Great for seniors, grad students, or anyone going on an interview that wants to take their interviewing skills to the next level.
This workshop is the first step to starting your job search. In this strategy session we’ll include, but go beyond traditional job search methods, to also focus on online and in-person networking and using social media sites such as Linkedin.
You’re on Facebook, but are you on Linkedin? Perhaps you are but haven’t really done much yet. Join us to learn how to use the broad reach of Linkedin to effectively network for jobs, internships, or other career related information and leads.
Are you thinking about searching for a position outside of the Boston area—either in other states outside of MA or in other parts of MA? Join us for this new workshop and learn about tips and strategies that work from NU Alum and others who have conducted successful long distance job searches. Connect with panelists for advice or to make connections.
Associates from John Hancock will provide helpful tips on figuring out how to make the most of your salary. Learn how to break down your salary, develop a realistic budget for monthly expenses and identify practical tips for saving money.
It’s never too early, or too late, to begin building your career connections. NU alumni and employers will share stories about how developing and maintaining their connections helped them with their careers and beyond.
Learn how to conduct an effective job search for the nonprofit industry. Speakers from the field will share their success strategies.
Considering doing something overseas after graduation but not sure what’s available? Attend this workshop and learn about opportunities to live abroad after graduation. International program resources will be highlighted including international fellowships, teaching abroad, work abroad, and community service project opportunities. Hear from the Director of Fellowships about international fellowships that any NU student or Alum can apply for, as well as about other resources for teaching or going overseas after NU!
Learn how to navigate the often uncharted waters of salary negotiation and accepting a job offer. When do you start the process, and what, besides salary, can be negotiated? We'll also talk a bit about the benefits you are offered, and what questions to ask.
How do I develop my online presence? Do recruiters really look at my Facebook Page? How can I proactively use social media in my job search? Hear from a panel of employers and alumni on the do’s and don’ts of social media, as it relates to your job search and professional reputation.
To make your resume more attractive to employers, it is important to target it directly to the jobs for which you are applying. A targeted resume is not just a chronology of everything you’ve done, it’s an opportunity for you to match your experience more specifically to the job qualifications. In this interactive workshop you will have the opportunity to review samples and discuss how to apply those lessons to your own resume.
Ever wonder what happens to your resume and cover letter after you click submit? A panel of recruiters and hiring managers will talk about what happens after you’ve applied to a job through an employer’s website.