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Sunday, August 25, 6:30 to 9:30 PM

  JC Penny Store, 3187 N. Main Street, Anderson, SC 29621

Everything you need to finish your look for that next interview or new job – including suits, dresses, sport coats, dress pants, shoes and accessories.

Stop by for a free mini makeover and sample.

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Coffee and Critiques

Friday, September 6, 9 AM to 12 PM

  Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Come by for a cup of coffee and feedback on your resume, cover letter, personal statement, or any other professional document you are working on currently! We will have counselors and peer ambassadors to assist you once a month on Friday morning during this event. You will be able to meet individually for 10-15 minutes to discuss your document.

This is an informal event so come as you are (no suit needed)! Please feel free to drop by during these hours!

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Wednesday, September 18, 4 to 5 PM

  Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Do you want to come to the career fair but have no idea what to expect or how to prepare? Are you terrified at the thought of networking at a career fair? Don’t be! We can help you prepare, feel confident, and put your best foot forward. This interactive session will go over the fair logistics…what to wear, what to do, what to expect. Also, learn about how to talk about yourself and our core competencies to employers.

Companies will be here to give you their top do’s and don’ts. This is an excellent, informal networking opportunity.

Wednesday, September 18th, 4:00-5:00 PM and 5:30-6:30 PM
Thursday, September 19th, 5:30-6:30 PM

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Graduate Student Online Seminar - Successful Strategies for Searching and Networking

Friday, June 28, 12 to 1 PM

Finding an internship or job is sometimes a full-time job, and it’s not always about landing the first job. Learn about strategies, search engines, authentic network building through informational interviewing, and the power of professional associations and online profiles. See what resources are available to you for free, how to avoid the business card collecting style of networking, and how to develop “elevator pitches.”

To access this webinar, follow this link: https://connect.clemson.edu/jobsearchingandnetworking/

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Graduate Student Online Seminar - Tips for Before, During, and After the Interview

Friday, July 12, 12 to 1 PM

Congrats on getting to the interview stage of the process! Now what? This workshop covers what to consider before, during, and after the interview to boost your confidence and demonstrate to an employer, you’re a great candidate. Time will be spent on preparing for different styles of interviewing (in-person, phone, and Skype/webinar), learning about
the different categories of questions employers ask, and making a good impression from start to finish.

To access the virtual webinar, follow this link: https://connect.clemson.edu/interviewingtips/

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Graduate Student Seminar: Learning LinkedIn Skills for Success

Friday, July 26, 12 to 1 PM

LinkedIn reported over 93% of all companies in the United States are using their website. With companies increasingly using LinkedIn on a regular basis, it is important for you to build a profile that will represent you professionally. This seminar will go over different tools to utilize, sections to include and how to format information to help you make a great first impression with anyone who views your profile. Learn how to market yourself on this growing professional platform.

Follow this link to view the webinar: https://connect.clemson.edu/linkedinskills/

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