Are you currently looking for a new job? Do you need professional advice to spruce up your resume? “Who you gonna call?” Ok, no need to answer that last question. But if you answered any, or all, of the previous two questions with an emphatic ‘YES!’ then Career Center is here to help.
Metropolitan State University’s Career Center is hosting a Resume and Job Search Workshop on the Saint Paul campus.
This event is just in time for graduating seniors and students who are preparing to embark on a job search, or for students who are looking for a professional advice to spruce up their resumes.
The workshop is a great way to learn about the current “best practices” in resume development, and some of the most effective ways to go about looking for a job with a special emphasis on networking. You will leave with a specific action plan and hopefully, renewed energy.
WHEN: 4 to 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 31 WHERE: Metropolitan State Saint Paul Campus, Science Building, SEC 115 FOR WHOM: All majors, all minors, grad students and alumni QUESTIONS: Contact Career Center at 651.793.1528 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org REGISTER FOR THE EVENT IN HANDSHAKE: https://metrostate.joinhandshake.com/events/52882/share_preview
The Commercial Real Estate Diversity Collaborative (CREDC) connects motivated students to prospective internships, networking events, informational interviews and job shadows. From 4 to 6 p.m., Wednesday, May 17, at Metropolitan State’s Student Center, Room 101, on the Saint Paul Campus, representatives from the CREDC will present great career opportunities and details about careers in development, capital markets, lending, management, brokerage, city planning, and economic development. Learn more about CREDC services at: https://www.diversitycollaborative.org/.
THIS EVENT IS OPEN TO ALL INTERESTED STUDENTS AND ALUMNI, REGARDLESS OF ACADEMIC MAJOR OR MINOR.
Wear business casual attire. Arrive early. Bring your questions.
To learn more about career development resources for Metro students, click here for the Career Center website, or visit us in Founders Hall, room 110. Don’t forget to ask about connecting with employers on Handshake.
From Plunkett’s Pest Control to 3M, the university’s Career Center is in daily contact with local and national employers who have wide ranging requests and needs.
A discussion titled “Employers and the Career Center: Who calls, what they want, why it’s important” will cover this part of the Career Center’s work and how it is trying to mobilize the campus community to connect Metropolitan State students and alumni with these employers.
The discussion will be from 9 to 10 a.m., Tuesday, June 14 in the university library, room 308. Staff and faculty welcome. No RSVP needed.
Also in the planning stage is the Diversity Networking and Job Fair on Sept. 28, at the Student Center.
The university community is invited to a farewell reception for Emily Sladky, coordinator, Pathways Program. The reception is 11 a.m.–1 p.m., March 24, Career Center, Room 110, Founders Hall, Saint Paul Campus.
Since joining Metropolitan State University in October 2010, Sladky provided exemplary leadership in managing the Pathways Program and Travelers EDGE Scholarship Program. Both are externally funded by an annually renewable grant that began in 2007. She significantly revamped these programs and created a D2L course with ten modules about personal, professional and career development. She also helped produce a workshop series and other key events put on by the Career Services office, as well as bringing the Handshake tool to Metro.
Together with Jill Sondergaard, Sladky worked to coordinate employer relationships through various panels, mock interviews, resume reviews and site visits to companies such as Travelers, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Wells Fargo and Spire Credit Union. She was also an active member of the University Scholarship Committee.
Emily has accepted a position at Augsburg College as assistant director of their Career and Internship Services Office in the Strommen Center for Meaningful Work. Her last day at Metropolitan State is March 25.
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