Prep Workshop for the McCombs Career Expo, 2/2
Mon, January 26, 2015
Liberal Arts students are invited to attend the McCombs Undergraduate Career Expo on Wednesday, February 4 from 3:00 – 5:00 PM. If you plan to attend, are you ready?
Attend our prep workshop to learn how you can best prepare in advance; what to wear; what works and doesn't work; and what employers are really looking for.
WORKSHOP: Making the Most of the McCombs Undergraduate Career Expo
Date: Monday, February 2, 2015
Time: 12-1 PM
Location: LACS, FAC 18
Who: All Current Liberal Arts Students, Register Here to secure your spot
What to Bring: something for notes, questions you have
Register to Attend: Click [Here] then click [More Information], logon to your account then click [Register for Event]
If you have asked yourself any of the following questions, this workshop is for you!
- How can I best market my Liberal Arts degree?
- How do I walk up to a booth and start a conversation with an employer?
- What should my elevator speech say about me?
- What are topics I should bring up and which ones should I avoid?
- What do I wear?
- What do I take with me?
- Are there ways to find out about jobs that aren’t posted?
- How do I respond if an employer wants to interview me?
- How do I follow up after the career expo?
Can't make this event?
Check out our Making the Most of the McCombs Undergraduate Career Expo page for help.
McCOMBS UNDERGRADUATE CAREER EXPO
Date: Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Time: 3:00 – 5:00 PM (open to Liberal Arts students)
Location: UT RecSports Center
Business Professional Attire Required for Entry: Matching suit required (dark blue, dark grey, or black), professional footwear, no bright or neon hair color, no visible facial piercings and all men must wear ties. Please see the Business Attire Guide [downloadable from this page] for more information on business professional attire. Students not wearing business professional attire will not be permitted into the expo.
UT ID Card Required for Entry: The career expo will be open to all current UT Austin students, including Liberal Arts majors, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. No alumni will be permitted.
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