Win Door Prizes at the Virtual Career Success Symposium Today
The U of A's Career Development Center presents the second annual Virtual Career Success Symposium: Calling All Hogs to Career & Life Success! Hop in and out of the virtual event today, Tuesday, Sept. 14, and attend the sessions that interest you the most! The best part? Door prizes will be given away! Must be virtually present to win!
2-2:30 p.m.: How to Land Your Dream Job - Spark Notes Challenge Cards
To prepare your career, we need to stop thinking about job titles and instead focus on what problem you want to solve. As a participant in this session, you will experience the challenge mindset and learn how you can use it to discover a new approach to career exploration, helping prepare you for success. This simple change will open the door to new opportunities, a new perspective and transform the way you view your future.
2:30-3:15 p.m.: Entrepreneurship for All - Inside the Venture Intern Program
Join the Office of Entrepreneurship & Innovation's session to hear from startup founders and students themselves who have turned an entrepreneurial idea into reality through the Venture Program on campus.
3:15-4 p.m.: Let's Speak Greek: Resume Tips Panel - Office of Greek Life
Join the Office of Greek Life to find out how to make your Greek experience come to life on your resume. Hear from current students and employers on the kinds of Greek Life skills and experiences that make the most impact for standing out in the job search.
4-5 p.m.: From Co-Curricular to Career - Office of Student Activities
This panel discussion will feature five Arkansas alumni who will discuss how their involvement in co-curricular activities helped them navigate the job search and set them up for success in their careers.
5-5:30 p.m.: Conflict and Communication - University Housing
Conflict can happen anywhere: family, friends, roommates and in your workplace. It is important to know your conflict style! By learning about the various conflict styles, you can reflect on your own interactions and discover ways to navigate healthy conflict in your relationships, no matter the environment.
KayLee Simmons,director of career events
University Career Development Center
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