Monday, March 4, 2013

Events for the Week of 3/4/2013

Volunteer at The Career Center
The Career Center is looking for volunteers to help out during our "quick question" hours. This is a great opportunity for those looking to: 
  • Develop counseling and communication skills by working one-on-one with students and alumni
  • Build thier resume
  • Learn current resume and cover letter writing techniques 
This position is open to graduate students only. You must be able to commit to at least one quick question hour session per week. 

Quick Question Hours: Monday-Thursday from 2-4 and Fridays from 11-1

To apply please send a resume and cover letter to:

Kaitlyn Riley, Graduate Assistant 

Interview to Impress 
A good resume will get you an interview, but a good interview will get you a job! Learn the best way to highlight you skills and accomplishments during a job interview. 

Tuesday, March 5, 3p.m., The Career Center

Monday, March 11, 11a.m., The Career Center 

Zarb School of Business Alumni Mock Interview Night 
Participate in a mock interview with Zarb alumnus who will give you valuable interview tips and guidance! 

This event is only open to current undergraduate Zarb students.  

Tuesday, March 5, 6:30p.m.-9p.m., The Career Center 

Publishing Panel Event
Off-Campus Education, the English Department, and the HCLAS Dean’s Office are sponsoring the Publishing Panel Event. Panelists will be from a variety of publishing disciplines. This event is ideal for English & Publishing Majors. Refreshments will be served.

Wednesday, March 6 during Common Hour, Breslin Hall, Room 105

Prepare for a Career Fair
Learn the best way to network at a career fair. What will you say to an employer? How do you know which employers to visit? What should you wear. We will cover all of this and more! 

This is a great opportunity for any student planning to attend the Internship Fair on March 13th. 

Wednesday, March 6, 3p.m., The Career Center 

RTVF Internship Workshop
Brought to you by The School of Communication, this event will serve as an internship orientation discussing the requirements for qualifying and completing an internship for the Department of Radio, Television and Film. 

Wednesday, March 6, during Common Hour, Studio A in Dempster Hall

Media and Design Career Seminar: Demystification of the Real World
Hofstra's School of Communication, Department of Radio, Television, Film, Department of Fine Arts and Art History (Design Concentration), Hofstra Association of Graphic Arts, and the Hofstra Career Center present Demystifying Media & Design Careers symposium. This mini-symposium explores the synergies and constradications inherent in 21st century careers in Media and Design. 

Thursday, March 7, 7p.m., Breslin Hall, Room 21 

The Spring Internship Fair is Next Wednesday!
The Spring Internship fair brings a diverse group of employers to Hofstra, representing a wide variety of career fields, seeking candidates to fill internship positions. 

Wednesday, March 13th from 11a.m.-1p.m., David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition Complex 

Go to to check out the participating organizations!

Professional Etiquette Dinner
Join us for a unique dining event and interactive seminar facilitated by a certified business etiquette expert. Learn how to conduct yourself on interviews and meetings in a dining atmosphere, and proper networking etiquette.
Tuesday, March 19, 2013 from 6-9 p.m., Hofstra University Club David S. Mack Hall, North Campus
There are only a few seats left so sign up as soon as possible to ensure a spot!

Registration is required.For more information on how to register, please call 516-463-6060 or email at 

New York Life is Hiring…
Learn more about the career opportunities at New York Life Insurance Company by 

To find out about College internship opportunities, please contact:
Suzette Grant-McTaggart, sgrantmctag@ft.newyorklife.comOR Bruce Young,

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