Just reminder that there are two big upcoming events next week!
The Career Center’s 2017 Just in Time Job & Internship Fair is coming up on Friday, June 2 from 11am-2pm in the Lincoln Park Student Center 120AB.
DePaul University’s Just in Time Job Fair is designed exclusively for students, alumni, and soon-to-be graduates. Recruiters from a wide variety of industries will be seeking qualified job, internship, and post-graduate service volunteer candidates of all majors and experience levels at this event.
Please note that this fair is NOT open to the general public. You must be a DePaul student or alumnus to attend.
Professional dress is strongly recommended.Before the Fair:
- Have your Resume Reviewed. Visit the Career Center’s Peer Career Advisors for a resume review. Peer Career Advisors are highly trained undergraduates who advise students and alumni concerning basic career related issues on a walk-in basis. Bring multiple copies of your updated resume to the fair.
- Practice Interviewing. Make sure to practice your interviewing skills on DePaul InterviewStream whenever you want to prepare for all of your job, internship and co-op interviews.
- Research Companies and Positions. Make sure to research companies and positions you are interested in prior to the fair. Rather than spending time asking employers questions that have easy-to-find answers, focus on discussing how your skills and experiences match what they are looking for. This information is on Handshake and Career Fair +.
- Download the Career Fair Plus App. Through this app you have access to a complete employer listing, event details, and real-time updates in the palm of your hands. The app can be accessed for both IOS and Android.
At the Fair:
- Visit the ASK Oasis. ASK mentors along with DePaul Career Center advisors will be available on-site to review resumes, and help you practice your pitch before walking into the fair.
View a full list of employers and register for the event here.
Want to learn more about the MALS/IDS Programs? Attend our Online Information Session!
You are invited to learn more about DePaul University’s graduate programs in Liberal Studies and Interdisciplinary Studies. At this information session you will have the ability to learn about program content, degree requirements, and chat with the graduate program director and an admissions representative.
The info session will be held on Thursday, June 1, from 2 to 3pm.
The event will be held online: http://depauledgrad.adobeconnect.com/malsids/
Please register for the event here.
Please join us at the Graduate Open House today!
If you are interested in learning one-on-one about our MALS and IDS programs and how you can individualize your graduate degree, please visit our table tonight in the Lincoln Park Student Center Room 120 A/B from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm. We will have some goodies to give away, so join us!
If you are a current MALS/IDS student, we highly encourage you to share the info with friends that you think might be interested in our programs.
Please follow the link below to register for the event!
Join the DePaul Humanities Center for the Humanities Laureate Award on Wednesday, May 17th!
Have you checked out your free subscription to Lynda.com? Lynda.com is a free resource for DePaul students who would like to develop their skills with software, social media, web design, visual media, media production, professional development, and more. When you log into Lynda.com using your Campus Connect credentials, you can access tutorials by experts in their topic.
Lynda.com has a interdisciplinary array of studies for you to choose from. The various categories of study are:
- 3D + Animation
- Audio + Music
- Education + Elearning
Selecting a category takes you to a very informative “homepage” for you to explore. For example, many of our students are interested in Education + Elearning, and the “homepage” looks like this:
Each category’s page has a variety of videos and content for you to browse through. Much of this content is broken down into three categories:
Each category has a list of topics centering around a particular element of study. For example, the Education + Elearning page’s topics looks like this:
When you select a topic, you are brought to a page that gives you all the tutorials and content related to said topic. This a great way to learn about something specific in a field of study.
Each category also has a list of software tutorials common to that field. Popular software tutorials offered by Lynda.com are Adobe Creative Cloud (such as InDesign and Photoshop), Microsoft Office, Camtasia, and more.
For example, D2L is listed on the Education + Elearning software, and if you click on it, you are led to a page that lists courses and video tutorials for you to follow, which function like online lectures. All you have to do is watch and learn!
Each category also has Learning Paths, which are led by experts that will help you to develop the skills necessary for your career.
These paths include video tutorials, practice with materials, and a certification of completion that you can add to your work experience.
Explore all the tools Lynda.com has to offer and learn a new skill today!
Join Building Communities, Ending Violence for this event this Friday, where everyone will gather to share healing justice practices.