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Tue, Feb 10, 2015
5 to 6 PM



KAPLAN SERIES
TEST PREVIEW FOR THE MCAT

These workshops dive into the structure, content, and sample strategies for the specified standardized exam. Covering the basics of test content, layout, scoring, and registration, students will walk away with tactics they can apply on test day. Instructors will dig deep into problem solving, process of elimination, and critical thinking. Upon request we can tailor the session to cover all sections or just one section of a test. The workshop can cover admissions test strategies for all grad test prep courses. Approximately 60 minutes each.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U

Fri, Feb 13, 2015
4 to 5 PM



GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINAR
Tips for Before, During and After the Interview

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.

316 Hendrix Student Center

Audience: G

Wed, Feb 18, 2015
4 to 5 PM



Interviewing and Networking Strategies

This workshop covers everything you need to consider to have a successful networking and interviewing experience in order 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. Students will also learn about resources the career center can provide to ensure you’re ready to impress. Additionally, students will learn about authentic network building through informational interviewing, and the power of professional associations and online professional profiles. Students will also learn how to effectively network through obtaining business cards, developing “elevator pitches” and having a 5-minute conversation with professionals or employers in between workshops or at conferences.

316 Hendrix Student Center

Audience: U

Wed, Feb 18, 2015
5:30 to 6:30 PM



GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINAR
Constructing Your Curriculum Vitae (CV)

If you are considering a career within academia you will need to produce a curriculum vitae. This seminar will help to guide graduate students to format and develop content toward what faculty are looking for. Learn the different types of information you and should not include based on post-doctoral or faculty position description. Bring a hard copy of your Curriculum Vitiate and position description with you, so you can leave the workshop with a critiqued and tailored Curriculum Vitae.

316 Hendrix Student Center

Audience: G

Wed, Feb 18, 2015
5:30 to 8 PM

Construction Industry Fair

Madren Conference Center

Wed, Feb 18, 2015
7 to 8 PM



Interviewing and Networking Strategies

This workshop covers everything you need to consider to have a successful networking and interviewing experience in order 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. Students will also learn about resources the career center can provide to ensure you're ready to impress. Additionally, students will learn about authentic network building through informational interviewing, and the power of professional associations and online professional profiles. Students will also learn how to effectively network through obtaining business cards, developing 'elevator pitches' and having a 5-minute conversation with professionals or employers in between workshops or at conferences.

316 Hendrix Student Center

Audience: U

Fri, Feb 20, 2015
3 to 4 PM

GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINAR
Take a Tour of Versatile PhD

316 Hendrix Student Center

Audience: G

Mon, Feb 23, 2015
3:30 to 4:30 PM



GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINAR
Versatile PhD Meet-up

Are you in a doctoral program and considering a career outside of the academe? Want to participate in discussing your future career path with other graduate students? Then this is the perfect networking event for you. Come out and connect with other graduate students and engage in an informal discussion of possible paths you are considering after graduation. This is the perfect opportunity to flush out ideas and really engage with other students who are looking to go into industry jobs just like you.

316 Hendrix Student Center

Audience: G

Tue, Feb 24, 2015
5 to 6 PM



KAPLAN SERIES
TEST PREVIEW FOR THE GRE

As many have heard, the MCAT is getting a make-over in 2015 and students need to be aware and prepared for the brand new test. This workshop will provide the timeline of changes, what to expect on the new test, how to prepare and the most frequently asked questions. Approximately 60 minutes.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U

Wed, Feb 25, 2015
4 to 5 PM



Job Search & Networking

Come learn how to market yourself as a millennial in a multigenerational work environment. Learn strategies on how to navigate relationships with supervisors and colleagues that come from different generations. Gain skills on how to get a job, keep it, and excel in your performance as a millennial.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U

Fri, Feb 27, 2015
3 to 4 PM



GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINAR
Quick Tips for International Students

If you are seeking employment in the United States, it is important to understand the do’s and don’ts. Learn strategies to ensure your professional documents match what U.S. companies are seeking and how to prepare for interviews. Please make sure to attend other workshops offered by the career center every semester to learn more in-depth information on the topics covered in this fast-paced workshop.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: G

Fri, Feb 27, 2015
4:30 to 5:30 PM



Optimize Your Tigers Go To Washington Experience

The Tigers Go To Washington workshop scheduled for this eveving will be held as scheduled. Any students planning to attend the networking events and who has not attended one of these workshops are highly encouraged to register for this workshop. Learn what to expect and how to make the most of your time with Washington professionals. Attendees will also have the chance to sign up for a special resume critique with one of the panelists.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U

Tue, Mar 3, 2015
5 to 6 PM



KAPLAN SERIES
TEST PREVIEW FOR THE GRE

These workshops dive into the structure, content, and sample strategies for the specified standardized exam. Covering the basics of test content, layout, scoring, and registration, students will walk away with tactics they can apply on test day. Instructors will dig deep into problem solving, process of elimination, and critical thinking. Upon request we can tailor the session to cover all sections or just one section of a test. The workshop can cover admissions test strategies for all grad test prep courses. Approximately 60 minutes each.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U

Mon, Mar 9, 2015
5 to 7 PM



Education Majors Resume Blitz

Need your resume polished up before the Education Career Fair? Stop by the career center and let one of our staff or School District volunteers review your resume and provide some great feedback!

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U G

Tue, Mar 10, 2015
5 to 6 PM



Kaplan Series
Test Preview for the MCAT

These workshops dive into the structure, content, and sample strategies for the specified standardized exam. Covering the basics of test content, layout, scoring, and registration, students will walk away with tactics they can apply on test day. Instructors will dig deep into problem solving, process of elimination, and critical thinking. Upon request we can tailor the session to cover all sections or just one section of a test. The workshop can cover admissions test strategies for all grad test prep courses. Approximately 60 minutes each.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U

Wed, Mar 11, 2015
5:30 to 7 PM



GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINAR
Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program Info Session

Mr. William Gillen, former Presidential Management Fellow and current PMF interviewer, will share insightful information about the program and interview process. Aaron Taylor (’11) will share his experience as an applicant and provide suggestions on completing the application and interview process. Graduate students nearing the completion of their academic studies are strongly encouraged to attend. Visit the official Presidential Management Fellows website for detailed program information. http://www.pmf.gov/

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: G

Mon, Mar 16, 2015 - Fri, Mar 20, 2015


Spring Break

No appointments or drop-ins available during this week
Career Center CLOSED Friday, March 20.
Have a safe and fun Spring Break!

Wed, Mar 18, 2015




Veterans Grad School Virtual Fair

Meet Graduate Schools participating in the Post-9/11 GI Bill Yellow Ribbon Program. This Virtual Fair will allow Veterans and Active Duty Personnel to meet with graduate institutions to discuss their programs, admissions criteria, and educational benefits.

Audience: U G

Wed, Mar 18, 2015 - Thu, Mar 19, 2015
5:30 to 8 PM



2015 Education Career Fair

TWO DAY EVENT:
Wednesday, March 18: 5:30 to 8 pm: Fair and Interview Sign-up
Thursday, March 19: 8 am to 4 pm: Scheduled Interviews

Almeda Jacks Ballroom, 2nd Floor Hendrix Student Center

Audience: U G

Mon, Mar 23, 2015
3 to 4:45 PM



Finding Your Career Path

This workshop will help you to break the process of choosing a major into manageable steps that will lead you, step-by-step, to a good choice of major. The workshop will conclude with a session to review the requirements and process for changing your major. Workshop participants will have a better understanding of their goals and priorities related to major choice; have a better understanding of campus resources relating to academic and career aspects of majors; learn the procedure for changing a major at Clemson.

Academic Success Center, Rm 118

Audience: U

Tue, Mar 24, 2015
7 to 8 AM



Delta Epsilon Iota Information Session

Since its inception, the mission of Delta Epsilon Iota has been to encourage academic excellence, educate members about career development, and promote the principles of Dedication, Enthusiasm, and Initiative in all aspects of campus life.

Joining the local chapter of DEI will allow you to coordinate your academic achievements and career goals with community involvement.

Stop by the Career Center at 7 PM to hear more information or follow this link to the national organization website at: www.deltaepsiloniota.org

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U G

Tue, Mar 24, 2015
5 to 6 PM



Kaplan Series
Personal Statement Workshop

This workshop is best for students who are already in their application process and want guidelines for their statement of purpose essays. Our instructors will outline how to write the best personal statement, give information on what admissions officers are looking for, help students brainstorm topic ideas, identify suitable proof readers, and discuss common mistakes. This workshop can also assist students applying for grants and scholarships that require personal statements. The workshop can focus on Law School, Medical School, and Graduate School program applications. Approximately 60 minutes.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U

Wed, Mar 25, 2015
4 to 5 PM



Freshman Resume Workshop

This workshop will provide freshman students with tips and tools to develop their resume. This workshop will provide students with tips, formats, and approaches to writing an effective resume. Learn how to target your resume to make you stand out from other applicants. Also learn what to say and what not to say in your resume.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U

Mon, Mar 30, 2015
5 to 6 PM

Grad School 101

Considering Graduate School?

Wondering about the Application Process? Want to know how to prepare and what to Expect? Then join us for a discussion of the benefits of a graduate education and the ins and outs of the application process!

Refreshments will be served!

Presented by the Clemson University Graduate School

Academic Success Center Auditorium

Audience: U

Tue, Mar 31, 2015
5 to 6 PM



Your Graduate School Finances (PNC Bank/Grad School)

As students prepare to graduate college, they are faced with new opportunities and new responsibilities. This workshop provides the basics you should know when financially planning for your future. Additionally, participants will gain the skills on how to navigate salary negotiations.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U

Wed, Apr 1, 2015 - Thu, Apr 2, 2015




SEC & ACC Universities Virtual Career Fair

Students and Alumni meet employers live online in a Virtual Event.

Audience: U G

Wed, Apr 1, 2015
7 to 8 PM



Financial Literacy And Job Negotiations (PNC Bank)

As students prepare to graduate college, they are faced with new opportunities and new responsibilities. This workshop provides the basics you should know when financially planning for your future. Additionally, participants will gain the skills on how to navigate salary negotiations.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U G

Wed, Apr 8, 2015
4 to 5 PM



Enhancing Your Interview Skills

Part of the Professional Development Certificate Program - Learn more here...
This workshop covers everything you need to consider for before, during, and after the interview in order 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. Students will also learn about resources the career center can provide to ensure you’re ready to impress.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U

Wed, Apr 8, 2015
5:30 to 6:30 PM



GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINAR
Quick Tips for International Students

If you are seeking employment in the United States, it is important to understand the do’s and don’ts. Learn strategies to ensure your professional documents match what U.S. companies are seeking and how to prepare for interviews. Please make sure to attend other workshops offered by the career center every semester to learn more in-depth information on the topics covered in this fast-paced workshop.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: G

Fri, Apr 10, 2015 - Sat, Apr 11, 2015
1:30 PM



COSD Full Access Student Summit

WHAT IS FULL ACCESS?

According to COSD (Career Opportunities for Students with Disabilities) Executive Director, Alan Muir, this Student Summit themed "Full Access," is destined to give students with disabilities 'full access' to the corporate ranks. Additional information and resources are available throughout the website, so please review all information and submit your application to attend.

This exclusive event brings together up to sixty college students or recent alumni with disabilities and ten select national and regional employers for a networking and education summit. While FULL ACCESS is not a job fair, it is an opportunity for all participants to develop intentional relationships between students with disabilities and employers that support disability inclusive diversity.

WHAT ARE THE GOALS OF FULL ACCESS?

• College students and recent alumni with disabilities will be comfortable with employers;
• Better understanding of college students and recent graduates with disabilities;
• Encourage inclusion of these students with Corporate Diversity recruitment plans.

Hilton Atlanta Airport, 1031 Virginia Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30354

Audience: U G

Tue, Apr 14, 2015




Bender Virtual Career Fair
Employment for People with Disabilities

Virtual event open to students and alumni where job seekers with disabilities meet employers accross the nation.

Audience: U G

Wed, Apr 22, 2015
4 to 5 PM



Developing Your LinkedIn Profile

If you have ever wondered how to take advantage of LinkedIn and how to use all the bells and whistles it has to offer, here is your chance to learn! The workshop will introduce you to the most commonly used and effective social media tool. LinkedIn can help you get started and also improve your career search and self-marketing skills. Come along and learn how to develop a professional LinkedIn profile and branding strategies to market your education, skills, and experience to attract interest form hiring companies.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U G

Mon, Apr 27, 2015 - Fri, May 1, 2015


Exams

• Examinations held April 27 through May 1
• No Recruiting activities held this week
• Good luck on your exams!

Fri, May 8, 2015




Commencement

9:30 AM: Colleges of Architecture, Arts and Humanities; and Business & Behavioral Science
2:30 PM: Colleges of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Science; and Health Education and & Human Development
6:30 PM: College of Engineering and Science

Littlejohn Coliseum

Tue, May 12, 2015 - Fri, Aug 7, 2015




Long Summer Session

• May 12, Late Enrollment
• May 13, Classes Begin
• June 15 - 19, Long Summer Break
• July 6, July 4th Holiday
• July 31 & August 3, Examinations

Tue, May 12, 2015 - Fri, Jun 19, 2015




First Summer Session

• May 12, Late enrollment
• May 13, Classes begin
• June 18 - 19, Examinations

Tue, May 12, 2015
5 to 6:30 PM



UPIC Summer 2015 Intern Orientation

Come meet other UPIC interns and learn more about the program! The Summer Orientation welcomes UPIC Interns to their internship experience and provides key information about the UPIC program and how to maximize the internship experience. Please select one of the orientation events to attend.

This event is limited to new summer UPIC interns in their first semester with the UPIC program.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U

Wed, May 13, 2015
5 to 6:30 PM



UPIC Summer 2015 Intern Orientation

Come meet other UPIC interns and learn more about the program! The Summer Orientation welcomes UPIC Interns to their internship experience and provides key information about the UPIC program and how to maximize the internship experience. Please select one of the orientation events to attend.

This event is limited to new summer UPIC interns in their first semester with the UPIC program.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U

Tue, Jun 16, 2015
2 to 3 PM



Graduate Seminar- Tailoring Your Resume

It might take you 30 hours to work on your resume, but an employer will take less than 30 seconds to review it. One version of your resume isn’t enough. This seminar will provide graduate students with tips, formats, and approaches to targeting your resume to make you stand out from other applicants. It is important to understand what companies expect to see in a resume for both content as well as layout.

Adobe Connect

Audience: G

Mon, Jun 22, 2015 - Mon, Aug 3, 2015




Second Summer Session

• June 23, Late enrollment
• June 24, Classes begin
• July 6, July 4th Holiday
• July 31 & August 3, Examinations

Tue, Jun 30, 2015
2 to 3 PM



Graduate Seminar- Successful Strategies for Searching and Networking

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, how to develop “elevator pitches” and have 5 minute conversation with professionals or employers in between workshops or at conferences.  

Adobe Connet

Audience: G

Thu, Jul 9, 2015
12 to 1:30 PM



UPIC Mentor Lunch and Learn

The UPIC Mentor Lunch & Learn workshop will provide mentors with tips and techniques for managing and mentoring their interns, and allow an opportunity to share best practices. Mentors will also hear from a panel of current UPIC interns about what mentoring styles contribute to the success of their internship experience. Lunch will be provided.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: F/S

Tue, Jul 14, 2015
2 to 3 PM



Graduate Seminar- Tips Before, During, and After the Interview

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.

Adobe Connet

Audience: G

Fri, Aug 7, 2015
11 AM



August Graduation

11:00 am: All Colleges will be graduating at 11:00 am
NOTE: Due to construction, this graduation ceremony will be held at Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, SC
Information about Greenville Ceremonies

Bon Secours Wellness Arena, Greenville, SC

Fri, Aug 21, 2015
3 to 4:30 PM



GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINARS- PRESIDENTIAL MANAGEMENT FELLOWS (PMF) PROGRAM INFO SESSION

Mr. William Gillen, former Presidential Management Fellow and current PMF interviewer, will share insightful information about the program and interview process. Aaron Taylor (’11) will share his experience as an applicant and provide suggestions on completing the application and interview process. Graduate students nearing the completion of their academic studies are strongly encouraged to attend. Visit the official Presidential Management Fellows website for detailed program information.

http://www.pmf.gov/

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: G

Mon, Aug 24, 2015
4:30 to 6 PM



UPIC Fall Intern Orientation

UPIC Fall 2015 Orientation
Monday, August 24, 4:30PM – 6:00PM, McKissick Theatre, First Floor Hendrix Center.
Come meet other UPIC interns and learn more about the program! The Fall Orientation welcomes UPIC Interns to their internship experience and provides key information about the UPIC program and how to maximize the internship experience. Refreshments will be provided. This event is limited to fall semester first rotation UPIC interns. Please RSVP Today.

McKissick Theatre

Audience: U

Wed, Aug 26, 2015
5:30 to 6:30 PM



GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINARS-TAILORING YOUR RESUME

It might take you 30 hours to work on your resume, but an employer will take less than 30 seconds to review it. One version of your resume isn’t enough. This seminar will provide graduate students with tips, formats, and approaches to targeting your resume to make you stand out from other applicants. It is important to understand what companies expect to see in a resume for both content as well as layout. Bring a hard copy of a resume and position description with you, so you can leave the workshop with a critiqued and tailored resume.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: G

Fri, Aug 28, 2015
3 to 4 PM



GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINARS-TAILORING YOUR RESUME

It might take you 30 hours to work on your resume, but an employer will take less than 30 seconds to review it. One version of your resume isn’t enough. This seminar will provide graduate students with tips, formats, and approaches to targeting your resume to make you stand out from other applicants. It is important to understand what companies expect to see in a resume for both content as well as layout. Bring a hard copy of a resume and position description with you, so you can leave the workshop with a critiqued and tailored resume.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: G

Wed, Sep 2, 2015
5:30 to 7 PM



GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINARS-SUCCESSFUL STRATEGIES FOR SEARCHING AND NETWORKING

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, how to develop “elevator pitches”
and have 5 minute conversation with professionals or employers in between workshops or at conferences. Bring a laptop, iPad, etc… You will create your free accounts in several search engines and learn how to optimize your searches.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: G

Fri, Sep 4, 2015
3 to 4:30 PM



GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINAR- SUCCESSFUL STRATEGIES FOR SEARCHING AND NETWORKING

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, how to develop “elevator pitches”
and have 5 minute conversation with professionals or employers in between workshops or at conferences. Bring a laptop, iPad, etc… You will create your free accounts in several search engines and learn how to optimize your searches.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: G

Wed, Sep 9, 2015
5:30 to 6:30 PM



Career Fair Inside Edition Workshop

This workshop will give you a brief overview of how to prepare, what to expect and the logistics of the fair. Employer representatives from Michelin North America and ITRON will be participating in this workshop to give professional tips of what to do and not do. You will be able to interact with Michelin North America representatives and ask them questions in a relaxed and personal setting.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U G

Thu, Sep 10, 2015
4 to 5 PM



Career Fair Inside Edition Workshop

This workshop will give you a brief overview of how to prepare, what to expect and the logistics of the fair. Employer representatives from Coveris,and General Electric will be participating in this workshop to give professional tips of what to do and not do. You will be able to interact with Coveris and ITRON, Inc. and ask them questions in a relaxed and personal setting.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U G

Thu, Sep 10, 2015
6 to 7 PM



Career Fair Inside Edition Workshop

This workshop will give you a brief overview of how to prepare, what to expect and the logistics of the fair. Employer representatives from Coveris, and General Electric will be participating in this workshop to give professional tips of what to do and not do. You will be able to interact with Coveris and ITRON, Inc. and ask them questions in a relaxed and personal setting.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U G

Fri, Sep 11, 2015
9 AM to 12 PM

Resume Blitz

• Bring your resume and get it reviewed before the Career Fair!
• Employers and career counselors will offer valuable one-on-one critiquing and advice.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U G

Fri, Sep 11, 2015
1:30 to 4 PM

Resume Blitz

• Bring your resume and get it reviewed before the Career Fair!
• Employers and career counselors will offer valuable one-on-one critiquing and advice.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U G

Mon, Sep 14, 2015
9 AM to 12 PM

Resume Blitz

• Bring your resume and get it reviewed before the Career Fair!
• Employers and career counselors will offer valuable one-on-one critiquing and advice.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U G

Mon, Sep 14, 2015
4 to 6 PM



Fall Diversity Networking Event

The Diversity Networking Night event is for underrepresented students to continue their personal and professional development by providing an opportunity to engage and network with professionals representing various companies, organizations and industries. The event is hosted by the Center for Career and Professional Development and Clemson University Housing & Dining.

Lila Holmes Ballroom, Clemson House

Audience: U G

Mon, Sep 14, 2015
5:30 to 6:30 PM

Career Fair Inside Edition Workshop

This workshop will give you a brief overview of how to prepare, what to expect and the logistics of the fair. Employer representatives from Blackbaud, Eastman Chemical Company and Milwaukee Tool, Ryobi, Hoover, Techtronic Industries, N.A., Inc will be participating in this workshop to give professional tips of what to do and not do. You will be able to interact with Blackbaud, Eastman Chemical Company and Milwaukee Tool, Ryobi, Hoover, Techtronic Industries, N.A., Inc. and ask them questions in a relaxed and personal setting.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U G

Tue, Sep 15, 2015
12 to 4 PM



Fall Career Fair Day 1

• Set-up: 9:30 am - 11:30 am
• Employer Lunch: 11 am - 1 pm
• Fair: 12 Noon - 4 pm
• Venue Closes at 6 pm

Fike Recreation Center

Audience: U G

Wed, Sep 16, 2015
12 to 4 PM



Fall Career Fair Day 2

• Set-up: 9:30 am - 11:30 am
• Employer Lunch: 11 am - 1 pm
• Fair: 12 Noon - 4 pm
• Venue Closes at 6 pm

Fike Recreation Center

Audience: U G

Tue, Sep 22, 2015
5 to 6 PM



Resume & Cover Letter Writing

Resumes and Cover Letters are synonymous with the job search process. This workshop will cover topics related to both resumes and cover letters including: what is a resume, what should be on a resume, how is a resume formatted, what is a cover letter, what should be in a cover letter, and how is a cover letter formatted.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U G

Wed, Sep 23, 2015
4 to 5 PM



Resume & Cover Letter Writing

Resumes and Cover Letters are synonymous with the job search process. This workshop will cover topics related to both resumes and cover letters including: what is a resume, what should be on a resume, how is a resume formatted, what is a cover letter, what should be in a cover letter, and how is a cover letter formatted.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U G

Wed, Sep 23, 2015
5:30 to 6:30 PM



GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINAR- CONSTRUCTING YOUR CURRICULUM VITAE (CV)

If you are considering a career within academia you will need to produce a curriculum vitae. This seminar will help to guide graduate students to format and develop content toward what faculty are looking for. Learn the different types of information you and should not include based on post-doctoral or faculty position description. Bring a hard copy of your Curriculum Vitiate and position description with you, so you can leave the workshop with a critiqued and tailored Curriculum Vitae.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: G

Fri, Sep 25, 2015
3 to 4 PM



GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINAR- CONSTRUCTING YOUR CURRICULUM VITAE (CV)

If you are considering a career within academia you will need to produce a curriculum vitae. This seminar will help to guide graduate students to format and develop content toward what faculty are looking for. Learn the different types of information you and should not include based on post-doctoral or faculty position description. Bring a hard copy of your Curriculum Vitiate and position description with you, so you can leave the workshop with a critiqued and tailored Curriculum Vitae.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: G

Wed, Sep 30, 2015
5:30 to 8:30 PM



Fall Construction Industry Career Fair

• Employer Set-up begins at 4:30 pm
• Fair is from 5:30 to 8 pm
• Employer registration is open!

Madren Conference Center

Audience: U G

Wed, Sep 30, 2015
5:30 to 6:30 PM



GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINAR- QUICK TIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

If you are seeking employment in the United States, it is important to understand the do’s and don’ts. Learn strategies to ensure your professional documents match what U.S. companies are seeking and how to prepare for interviews. Please make sure to attend other workshops offered by the career center every semester to learn more in-depth information on the topics covered in this fast-paced workshop.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: G

Fri, Oct 2, 2015
3 to 4 PM



GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINARS- QUICK TIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

If you are seeking employment in the United States, it is important to understand the do’s and don’ts. Learn strategies to ensure your professional documents match what U.S. companies are seeking and how to prepare for interviews. Please make sure to attend other workshops offered by the career center every semester to learn more in-depth information on the topics covered in this fast-paced workshop.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: G

Tue, Oct 6, 2015
5 to 6 PM



Interviewing Skills

This workshop covers everything you need to consider to have a successful networking and interviewing experience in order 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. Students will also learn about resources the career center can provide to ensure you're ready to impress. Additionally, students will learn about authentic network building through informational interviewing, and the power of professional associations and online professional profiles. Students will also learn how to effectively network through obtaining business cards, developing 'elevator pitches' and having a 5-minute conversation with professionals or employers in between workshops or at conferences.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U G

Wed, Oct 7, 2015
5:30 to 6:30 PM



GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINAR-TIPS FOR BEFORE, DURING, AND AFTER THE INTERVIEW

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.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: G

Fri, Oct 9, 2015
3 to 4 PM



GRAUDATE SEMINAR TIPS BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER AN INTERVIEW

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.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: G

Fri, Oct 9, 2015
5 to 6:30 PM

UPIC Fall New Intern Orientation

Come meet other UPIC interns and learn more about the program! The Spring Orientation welcomes UPIC Interns to their internship experience and provides key information about the UPIC program and how to maximize the internship experience. Refreshments will be provided. This event is limited to Spring semester first rotation UPIC interns.

Please RSVP Today!

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U

Fri, Oct 16, 2015
3 to 4 PM



VIRTUAL GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINAR-CONSTRUCTING YOUR CURRICULUM VITAE (CV)

If you are considering a career within academia you will need to produce a curriculum vitae. This seminar will help to guide graduate students to format and develop content toward what faculty are looking for. Learn the different types of information you and should not include based on post-doctoral or faculty position description. Have a hard copy of your Curriculum Vitiate and position description with you, so you can leave the workshop with a critiqued and tailored Curriculum Vitae. Note- We will send out the adobe connect like the day of the workshop.

Adobe Connect

Audience: G

Mon, Oct 19, 2015
5 to 6 PM



Online Professional Presence

Technology and social media are increasingly intertwined with personal brand, job search and workplace culture. It is important that students understand the importance in using social media and how it can both benefit and hurt them when looking for a job. This workshop will take a look at what “online presence” means and what you can do to present the best version of yourself for the upcoming job search process. Additionally in this workshop, students will be giving knowledge on how to start developing a LinkedIn profile and what to include (or not include) and do (or not do) on LinkedIn. Other topics discussed: using LinkedIn’s alumni network to connect with Clemson Alumni.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U G

Wed, Oct 21, 2015
6 to 7:30 PM



Unleash Your Inner Tiger
#makeithappen

Hear from President Clements and an executive from GE on the skills employers are seeking from today’s graduates that will sustain them over the course of their careers regardless of your industry. Also have the opportunity to network with fellow students and GE employees about how to develop these –in-demand skills. Open to undergraduate and graduate students from all programs.

Click here for more information

Tillman Auditorium

Audience: U G

Fri, Oct 23, 2015
3 to 4 PM



VIRTUAL GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINAR- CRAFTING YOUR RESUME AND COVER LETTER

Cover letters always accompany a resume when applying for an internship or full-time position. This seminar will provide graduate students with tips, formats, and approaches to targeting your resume and cover letter to make you stand out from other applicants. It is important to understand what companies expect to see for both content as well as layout. Bring a hard copy of a resume and cover letter and position description with you, so you can leave the workshop with tips for tailoring information in your resume and cover letter. Note- Abode Connect link will be sent out the day of the workshop.

Adobe Connect

Audience: G

Wed, Oct 28, 2015
4 to 5 PM



Online Professional Presence

Technology and social media are increasingly intertwined with personal brand, job search and workplace culture. It is important that students understand the importance in using social media and how it can both benefit and hurt them when looking for a job. This workshop will take a look at what “online presence” means and what you can do to present the best version of yourself for the upcoming job search process. Additionally in this workshop, students will be giving knowledge on how to start developing a LinkedIn profile and what to include (or not include) and do (or not do) on LinkedIn. Other topics discussed: using LinkedIn’s alumni network to connect with Clemson Alumni.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U G

Tue, Nov 3, 2015
5 to 6 PM



Financial Literacy and Job Negotiations (with PNC Bank)

As students prepare to graduate college, they are faced with new opportunities and new responsibilities. This workshop provides the basics you should know when financially planning for your future. Additionally, participants will gain the skills on how to navigate salary negotiations.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U G

Wed, Nov 4, 2015
4 to 5 PM



Financial Literacy and Job Negotiations (with PNC Bank)

As students prepare to graduate college, they are faced with new opportunities and new responsibilities. This workshop provides the basics you should know when financially planning for your future. Additionally, participants will gain the skills on how to navigate salary negotiations.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U G

Wed, Nov 11, 2015
12 to 1:30 PM



UPIC Mentor Lunch and Learn
Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 Mentors

The Lunch & Learn Mentor’s Best Practices Discussion will provide mentors with the opportunity to share tips, techniques and best practices for managing and mentoring their UPIC student intern/s. Lunch will be provided as we share mentoring best practices to utilize when advising and supervising your interns. Through offering intern(s) challenging and supported opportunities, mentors can move from becoming an average supervisor to a superb mentor. Join us to learn about the UPIC program, your role as a UPIC mentor and learn several tips and techniques to become an outstanding mentor.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: F/S

Thu, Nov 12, 2015
2:30 to 3:30 PM



Connecting Veterans to Careers- Networking Workshop

Any students planning to attend the networking event are highly encouraged to register for our warm-up workshop before the main event. Learn what to expect and how to make the most of your time with professionals. Attendees will have the ability to fine tune their networking skills before coming face to face with veteran friendly companies.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U G

Thu, Nov 12, 2015
3:45 to 6 PM



Connecting Veterans to Careers Networking Night

The purpose of this event is to help student veterans connect the skills and knowledge they gained from their military experience into a civilian workplace. By gaining the ability to interact with employers, student veterans will enhance their ability to translate the skills they have earned into professional terms. Our goal is that this event will foster interactions between students and employers, which will open up the door for both parties to increase knowledge on how to properly engage and improve work settings for veterans. The Connecting Veterans to Career Event is designed to promote our student veterans to employers who are seeking to hire them.

Hendrix Ballrooms

Audience: U G

Tue, Nov 17, 2015
12 to 1 PM



VIRTUAL GRADUATE STUDENT SEMINAR- CRAFTING YOUR RESUME AND COVER LETTER

Cover letters always accompany a resume when applying for an internship or full-time position. This seminar will provide graduate students with tips, formats, and approaches to targeting your resume and cover letter to make you stand out from other applicants. It is important to understand what companies expect to see for both content as well as layout. Bring a hard copy of a resume and cover letter and position description with you, so you can leave the workshop with tips for tailoring information in your resume and cover letter. Note- We will send out the Adobe Connect link the day of the workshop.

Adobe Connect

Audience: G

Tue, Nov 17, 2015
5 to 7 PM



Seniors Only Series
The Interview Process

There are so many things that each person needs to consider before accepting a job. This series will give you in depth tips and tricks about making job choices. Each workshop is specifically tailored for Clemson’s talented seniors. If you are graduating in May 2016 or August 2016, this series is for you!

November 17 Session: Employers will be discussing the interview process, Skype interviews, phone interviews, and various types of interview questions. Additionally, we will be having lightening round mock interviews with employers from various fields.

December 1 Session: The Vanguard Group will be discussing accepting job offers, how to build good credit and establishing a 401K.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U

Wed, Nov 18, 2015
5 to 6:30 PM



It's All About The Internship

It's All About The Internship
Learn how to find and get the most out of the internship experience. Participants will learn about resources available to find internships, both in the US and overseas, and the basics of how an internship program works. Please RSVP by following the provided link.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U

Tue, Nov 24, 2015
5 to 7 PM



Seniors Only Series
Mock Interviews (Re-Scheduled)

There are so many things that each person needs to consider before accepting a job. This series will give you in depth tips and tricks about making job choices. Each workshop is specifically tailored for Clemson’s talented seniors. If you are graduating in May 2016 or August 2016, this series is for you!

November 17 Session: Employers will be discussing the interview process, Skype interviews, phone interviews, and various types of interview questions. Additionally, we will be having lightening round mock interviews with employers from various fields.

November 24 Session: This Session has been merged into the November 17 workshop.

December 1 Session: The Vanguard Group will be discussing accepting job offers, how to build good credit and establishing a 401K.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U

Tue, Dec 1, 2015
5 to 7 PM



Seniors Only Series
The Interview Process

There are so many things that each person needs to consider before accepting a job. This series will give you in depth tips and tricks about making job choices. Each workshop is specifically tailored for Clemson’s talented seniors. If you are graduating in May 2016 or August 2016, this series is for you!

November 17 Session: Employers will be discussing the interview process, Skype interviews, phone interviews, and various types of interview questions. Additionally, we will be having lightening round mock interviews with employers from various fields.

December 1 Session: The Vanguard Group will be discussing accepting job offers, how to build good credit and establishing a 401K.

Center for Career and Professional Development, 316 Hendrix

Audience: U