INTERVIEW TO IMPRESS WORKSHOP
October 2, 4:00 p.m. in The Career Center
SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION REAL WORLD ALUMNI EVENT
Are you interested in a career in journalism, radio, television, film, or public relations? Learn from alumni industry insiders and current interns about the most effective ways to present yourself on paper, online and in person to stand out from the crowd.Come at 6:00 p.m. and have your resume critiqued by an alumni in the biz!
October 2, 7:00 p.m. in Breslin Hall, Room 211
Pride Recruiting is the on-campus interview program that brings first-round interviews to you! Through Pride Recruiting, students can interview at The Career Center; it is recommended for students in all majors. Students must attend one of the mandatory Pride Recruiting orientations, an Interview to Impress workshop, and a Mock Interview. Students interested in obtaining an internship should also attend one of the Pride Recruiting orientation sessions. All sessions are held at The Career Center. Please bring your resume, which will be critiqued immediately following the orientation.
The earlier orientation you attend, the more time you have to prepare and research the companies you apply to.
October 3 during Common Hour in The Career Center
DISNEY INFORMATION SESSION
Are you interested in interning with Disney? Come to this fun and informative information session to learn all about the Disney College Program, to make certain that you are making an appropriate academic choice and to be sure that this is the right internship for you!
October 3 during Common Hour in Roosevelt Hall
THEATRICAL SCREENING OF FIXING THE FUTURE
The film, Fixing the Future, is a documentary by David Brancaccio from NPR and PBS that highlights people and organizations across America that are attempting a revolution: the reinvention of the American economy through innovative and sustainable approaches to creating jobs, strengthening communities and building prosperity. The message of the film resonates with many audiences. In the words of Executive Producer John Siceloff, who will be introducing the event, "There is so much in the world that seems impossible to change...stories about communities which are taking action to revitalize their economies points toward hope and renewal."
Please join us at this exciting theatrical presentation! Admission is free and open to the community.
Thursday October 4, 6:30-9pm at the Student Center Theater at Hofstra University
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