Counseling and Career Services Outreach Programs
The Counseling and Career Services staff is available to provide career programs and workshops in your classroom. Topics may include, but are not limited to:
Choosing a Major/Career with FOCUS-2: This career program will introduce you to the online, career guidance system, FOCUS-2. You will gain information on how to register for your free account, and how to navigate the system to help you with your career decision-making. Specifically, you will learn how various aspects of yourself (interests, personality, skills, values, leisure activities) fit with various career paths.
Interviewing Skills: This workshop is intended to review all aspects associated with interviewing (e.g., preparing for an interview, frequently asked questions, follow-up after an interview), as well as tips and strategies to perform your best during the big day. class="apple-converted-space"
Career Networking: Researchers suggest that 70-80% of jobs are found through networking. This career program will explore ways to effectively network both in-person, as well as through technology (e.g., LinkedIn).
If you are interested in a workshop or program for your class, please complete the online form below and submit it. You will be contacted by the Assistant Director of Career and Employment Counseling, Dr. David Tirpak regarding your request.
Counseling and Career Services Room RCF 302