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Explore a variety of career paths and opportunities through learning about available tools and resources. Connect with students who were recently in your position and hear about their own career discernment experiences. Develop connections with alumni and employers through attending events targeted to explore organizations and opportunities within industries.

Programs

Focus Your Job Search

Whether you are in the early, mid, or late-stages of your Masters or Ph.D., it is important to have an "End in Mind" mentality to determine which job search resources will most benefit you based on your career interests and goals. During this session, ND Graduate Career Services will provide strategies to intentionally plan your job search and identify resources based on a wide range of criteria.
Wednesday, December 9, 2:30-3:30pm
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Virtual Interview Prep

In this workshop, you will learn effective interview strategies and then test them out in a safe, pressure-free environment. 100% of past participants would recommend this workshop to a friend, and students have shared the following afterward:

"Great to have a practice interview before real interviews to get an idea of how prepared I am for the real interview. Also fantastic getting feedback from two different peers, especially since they pick up little things that I may not be aware of. Also loved how we got to see different people answer similar questions, to get an idea of different ways to approach the same question."

"I really enjoyed having to give feedback. It made me really think about how the interviewee was responding and the strengths and weaknesses of their answer. It also made me think about how this feedback could apply to my own answers."
Wednesday, December 16, 3:00-4:30pm
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Transitioning your CV to a Resume

CVs & resumes and resumes are both key career documents that represent your professional self. Many grad students and postdocs are more familiar with a CV (curriculum vitae), which is utilized for a number of purposes throughout your tenure as a graduate student, including department progress checks, grant & fellowship applications, postdoc applications and faculty applications. While resumes have common features with CVs, they serve primarily in job applications outside of the academy. This workshop will discuss similarities of and key differences between these documents and how to effectively market your accomplishments, skills and experiences. This workshop is open to all graduate students and postdocs. If you would like to work on your document towards the end of the session, feel free to bring it with you.
Wednesday, January 13, 2:30-3:30pm
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Focus Your Job Search

Whether you are in the early, mid, or late-stages of your Masters or Ph.D., it is important to have an "End in Mind" mentality to determine which job search resources will most benefit you based on your career interests and goals. During this session, ND Graduate Career Services will provide strategies to intentionally plan your job search and identify resources based on a wide range of criteria.
Wednesday, January 13, 4:00-5:00pm
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One-on-One Appointments

One on one career consulting appointments will be available every day from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. Appointments with Career Consultant can be scheduled through Handshake.
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