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The 2012-13 Graduate Student Professional Development Workshop series will focus on some of the key “must-have” competencies for careers in all sectors.
Here’s the lineup:
All workshops will be held in Pond Inlet from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. and refreshments will be provided
See the flyer for more details on each session and information on how to register.
“The professional development workshop series provided a great opportunity to network with fellow graduate students, develop necessary skills for the workplace. I completed the entire series and I would recommend this program to all graduate students.”
— Deborah Jehu, MSc Applied Health Sciences
Workshop 1 — Career Track — PowerPoint presentation
View a series of slides from the Oct. 2 workshop presented by Kara Hammond, Resource Coordinator and Faculty Liaison, Career Services.
This informative presentation focused on the many stages involved in mapping a career path —from the important first step of assessing career interests and goals to researching and exploring career options, and understanding effective job search strategies.
Workshop 3 — Social Media: Managing Your Online Presence
Amy Elder, director of Brock’s Career Services, spoke to graduate students about the powerful role of social media in the current job market during a professional development workshop on Tuesday, Jan. 8. Download the PowerPoint from the presentation as well as several handouts as follows:
Assessing Your Online Presence (PDF format)
Building a Strong LinkedIn profile (PDF format)
Social media presentation links and resources (PDF format)
Also, read a Jan. 11 article in the Globe and Mail “Making the most of social media on your job hunt”