Job Week 2014
Job Week is a showcase of the career resources provided by the AADS department to AFR majors. We're working on Job Week 2015 (scheduled to take place late January 2015), but take a look below at what we did last year.
What am I going to do after I graduate?
What kind of job can I get with an African and African Diaspora Studies degree?
Who can help me write my resume and cover letter?
Am I prepared for the work world?
Am I supposed to wear a suit to every interview?
If these are some of the questions you've asked yourself, consider participating in JOB WEEK, a series of events sponsored by the African and African Diaspora Studies (AADS) Department. The week will feature professional development workshops dedicated to helping you narrow down a career path and giving you the proper tools for the job hunt that is ahead of you.
The workshops provide information on how to write an effective resume and cover letter, dress for an interview, and market your liberal arts degree in Black Studies for any position. On-site resume editing will also be provided.
Although this is an exclusive workshop for AFR Majors, this year we also welcome those considering becoming an AFR major.
"Armoring for the Age of Achievement: Merging the Passion with the Professional": Dr. Richard Reddick, Assistant Professor, Higher Education Administration | Monday, March 24, 10 – 11am"US. State Department Employment Opportunities": Julie Connor, Visiting Professor, LBJ School of Public Affairs | Monday, March 24, 11 – 11:30amAssessment Test Discussion | Monday, March 24, 11:30 – 12pm
"How to Market Your Degree, Write a Resume, and Search for a Job": Hon Lam, Liberal Arts Career Services | Tuesday, March 25, 10 – 11am
"What Not to Wear": Dr. Choquette Hamilton, Warfield Center, Associate Director for Development | Tuesday, March 25, 11 – 12pm
"The Importance of Intercultural Skills and How to Market Your Skills in a Cover Letter, Resume, Job Interview, and Social Media": Curtis Stevens, International Office Program Coordinator | Wednesday, March 26, 10 – 11am
"Five Tips for Career Development": Nicole Simmons, School of Law Career Counseling and Placement Coordinator | Wednesday, March 26, 11 - 12pm
"The Job Hunting Cycle": Kathy Lansford, Workforce Solutions Career Facilitator | Thursday, March 27, 10 - 11am"What About Graduate School?" Panel | Thursday, March 27, 11 – 12pm
Resume Editing: Liberal Arts Career Services | Friday, March 28, 10 — 12am