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UW Computational Finance and Risk Management Program (Seattle, WA)

Extreme Professional Makeover for the Summer Internship Search

How do you figure out what kind of internship you should have? How do you find or create openings and connect with people who might help? How do you make the most of the summer internship experience, especially if you'd like to turn it into a full-time offer?  This interactive bootcamp highlights strategies for making the most of the resources at your disposal and tips for reaching out, including at career fairs and recruiting/industry events.  Topics include formats for resumes and cover letters, new uses of LinkedIn and references, how to juggle and negotiate offers and how to prepare for and survive the interview. Review interview wardrobe and self-presentation, resumes and cover letters in 1:1 meetings. Etiquette Dinner (Interviews Over Meals). 

NYU Tandon School of Engineering/Financial Engineering

How do you figure out what kind of internship you should have? How do you find or create openings and connect with people who might help?  Through interactive workshops and meetings,  learn strategies for making the most of the resources at your disposal and tips for reaching out, including at career fairs and recruiting/industry events.  Topics include how to prepare for and survive the interview with a  focus on behavioral questions,  new uses of LinkedIn, and how to talk an employer through your resume. Review interview wardrobe and self-presentation, resumes and cover letters in pair meetings. 

Course Number: COMM1-CE1010

New York University

70 Washington Square South, New York, NY 10012

How you communicate is a key part of your professional image and reputation. In this intensive two-day boot camp, focus on your writing, public speaking, and interpersonal skills with the goal of becoming a more effective communicator. Begin by assessing your oral, written, and nonverbal communication styles, and then learn strategies to tailor verbal and nonverbal messages for supervisors, clients, and coworkers across ages and cultures. Modules within the boot camp focus on business writing, including emails, memos, and reports; presentation skills and public speaking; and interpersonal communication, including body language and nonverbal communication.

You’ll Walk Away With

• Improved communication and networking techniques

• Essential professional writing skills​

 

Ideal For

• Professionals across all industries

• Those who want to get ahead

Harvard Intercollegiate Business Convention

Extreme Professional Makeover, Boot Camp for Job and Internship Seekers

Using volunteers from the audience, this interactive session will discuss career path development and job-hunting strategies for extroverts and introverts. Practice your 30-second pitch, watch or do mock interviews, analyze your speaking voice and style, find out if your wardrobe is working for you, and hear things prospective employers won’t or can’t ever tell you. Learn to articulate your value proposition, document your skills and successes, create and maintain your network, leverage your school and community resources, present yourself professionally, coach your references, and conquer your fear of negotiation.

Extreme Professional Makeover for College Athletes

Learn to articulate your value proposition, document your skills and successes, create and maintain your network, leverage university and community resources, and negotiate. Practice your 30-second pitch, watch or do a mock interview, analyze your speaking voice and style, find out if your wardrobe is working for you, and hear things current and prospective employers won’t or can’t ever tell you. Discuss how to reach out, reconnect with or create current references, re-think the essential materials (business card, resume, cover letters) and discover a wealth of alumni resources.

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