The Center for Career Development hosts a variety of career-related events each semester for undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni. Our programming includes Career Panels, Workshops, Networking Events, Job Fairs, and Employer Spotlights. These programs are designed to provide our students with the knowledge, skills, and resources they need to further their educational experiences and to reach their career-related goals.
Virtual Workshops: Career Readiness & Best Practices
The Center for Career Development wants to help you prepare for graduation… and beyond! Sharpen your skills and learn best practices at these four Virtual Workshops relating to resume building, LinkedIn and Handshake, and the world of Virtual Interviewing and Remote Work presented by the CCD and Career Counselor Teagan O'Connor.
Wednesday, March 30 @ 6PM - Taking Your Resume to the Next Level Your resume plays a crucial part in getting noticed by an employer and securing future interviews. This workshop will provide valuable insights on how to best showcase your experiences, education, and skills with this essential document!
Thursday, March 31 @ 6PM - How to Handshake! Maybe you’ve had a look around Handshake … but do you know how to: search for your next job or internship opportunity, identify and connect with employers, and brush up your Handshake profile? We do! Get ready to apply – and succeed – with Handshake.
Wednesday, April 13 @ 6PM - Standout … on LinkedIn LinkedIn is the most used social media site for professionals! Many employers review a candidate’s LinkedIn profile as a screening process – and your LinkedIn profile can be a fantastic networking tool as you connect with fellow Mville alumni. Make the most of your LinkedIn experience – join us for this workshop!
Thursday, April 14 @ 6PM - Virtual Interviewing & Virtual Work Virtual interviewing and hybrid/remote working models are at the forefront of employer and employee consideration today. Remote interviewing allows for competitive talent sourcing. Remote work remains a priority for many candidates seeking job opportunities. Prepare yourself for this new world of work with best practices for interviewing and working virtually.
Virtual events are open to current Manhattanville students and alumni.