Career Development Presentations

Add a new perspective

The College of Arts & Sciences career development coordinator is available to visit classrooms and club meetings, in-person or virtually!

Topics include:

  • Networking at Events: Elevator Speeches and More
  • Determining and Articulating Your Strengths
  • Resumes and CVs: Taking it to the Next Level
  • Writing About Yourself: Cover Letters and Personal Statements
  • Making Connections: Handshake and LinkedIn
  • Career Exploration: What Do You Want and How Will You Get There?
  • Setting SMART Goals for Your Career Path
  • Job and Internship Search: Where to Begin and How to Stay on Track
  • Interviewing Techniques and Practice
  • Salary and Benefit Negotiation
  • Graduate School: Determining Your Why, the Search, and the Application

Presentation length

We can cover a full hour of your class or just come for 5 minutes and give a brief overview of the above topics.

Resource overview presentations are usually brief: 10–15 minutes, plus time for Q&A if you like.

Other topics can be tailored to your class or your group and many include hands-on workshop elements.


Request a presentation today!

Leanne Ralstin
Career Development Coordinator
CUE 502G