Request a Presentation
Career counselors can introduce your students to our services, share current resources, and conduct workshops tailored to your class. We are available to present to curriculum classes, student clubs, groups and organizations.
Call Career Services to schedule a career presentation when you
- Want to ensure that your students learn about the importance of career development
- Feel the need for a change-of-pace in your classes
A variety of presentations and workshops are available. If the topic you would like is not listed here, please make a request.
Orientation to Career Services
Help us assist students with their career development by letting us show students who we are, what we do, and how to find us. Orientation presentations can run as short as 15 minutes for a quick overview. For more detailed information and interactivity, Career counselors can spend more class-time to demonstrate our services.
Facets of Career Development
The typical American spends between 80,000 and 100,000 hours in a lifetime performing work-related duties! We will help your students understand how important it is to find work that fits their personality and--at the same time--keeps in mind current trends and outlook considerations. Career Services can help your students choose and use a program by teaching them the steps of the career development process, administering career assessments, and making appointments to give attention to individual students.
Whether you have conducted many job searches or you are preparing to start your first one, the job search process can be very stressful and confusing at times. Career Services wants to show your students the tools, tips, and techniques involved in a smart, effective job search. We can present on resumes, cover letters, interviewing skills, job search strategies, networking, and other important parts of searching for a great job.
Other Specialized Topics
We are always coming up with new ideas for presentations. Here are some additional subjects on which we have presented: Making the most of career fairs, surviving job loss, and ethics and protocol in the workplace (recommended by HR professionals). We are open to new ideas. Let us know what you are thinking.
Want to assign a career-related project? See our Assignment Best Practices page for details.