First Year Career Newsletter
Greetings From Your Career Consultants
We hope you are doing well as the start of this new semester, and that you've already made plans to connect with the Career Center at some point. If you haven't, please see below for upcoming events! Over the next month, we've got some great Career Center workshops and other opportunities intended to help you all with networking and thinking about your majors and careers. Remember, it's NEVER TO EARLY to meet with us!
In This Newsletter:
- Explore Labs
- Intern for A Day
- Arch Ready Professionalism Certificate
- Upcoming Career Center Events
- Job and Internship Search - DAWGlink
- Meet with a Career Consultant
Intern For A Day!
How can I participate?
- Attend a mandatory orientation session: During this orientation session, we will discuss a multitude of issues ranging from expectations, to what you should wear, to the employer visit. In addition, you will sign a waiver to participate in the program. Orientation sessions will be offered on the following dates:
February 10 - 4pm until 5pm - MLC - Room 150 - RSVP via Facebook
February 11 - 4pm until 5pm - MLC - Room 171 - RSVP via Facebook
February 15 - 4pm until 5pm - MLC - Room 148 - RSVP via Facebook
February 16 - 4pm until 5pm - MLC - Room 171 - RSVP via Facebook
- Apply on DAWGlink at www.career.uga.edu between February 10th and February 18th, 2016. Deadline will be 11:59pm on February 18th.
Please click here for the PAST Fall 2015 Employer Participant List. Not all employers on the fall list will be participating in the spring. *The spring list will be available here on February 10th.
The Intern for a Day application will be found on DAWGLINK beginning February 10th at www.career.uga.edu
Career Center Upcoming Events in February
Feb 8 Grady College Resume Critiques, Day 1
Feb 8 Start Smart Salary Negotiation Workshop
Feb 8 Advanced Interviewing
Feb 9 Grady College Resume Critiques, Day 2
Feb 9 Journalism and Mass Communication Career Day Prep Workshop
Feb 10 Journalism and Mass Communication Career Day
Feb 10 Explore Lab - Exploring Majors Workshop
Feb 10 Resume and Cover Letter Writing for Graduate Students
Feb 10 Intern For A Day Orientation #1
Feb 11 #UGAjobchat: How to Find a Job
Feb 11 Intern For A Day Orientation #2
Feb 15 Federal Job Search for Graduate Students
Feb 15 Intern For A Day Orientation #3
Feb 16 Webinar: Beyond Corporate America: Working for the Federal Government
Feb 16 Explore Lab - Exploring Majors Workshop
Feb 16 Intern For A Day Orientation #4
Feb 16 Terry College of Business Alumni Meet Up
Feb 16 Networking 101
Feb 17 Terry Panel: Life in the C-Suite
Feb 17 LinkedIn for Graduate Students
Feb 18 Ramsey Resume Critique Day #1
Feb 18 Interviewing for Graduate Students
Feb 18 What Can You Do With a Sports Management Degree? (Alumni Panel)
Feb 18 Careers in Nonprofit
Feb 22 LinkedIn 101
Feb 23 Career Advice from UGA Alumni in Business
Feb 23 Career Advice for First Year Students
Feb 24 Webinar: Using LinkedIn in the Job Search for the Advanced User
Feb 24 Explore Lab - Exploring Majors Workshop
Feb 25 Professional Etiquette & Communication
Feb 29 Aderhold Hall Resume Critique Day #1
Feb 29 10 Ways to Market Your Liberal Arts Degree
For details on these and other Career Center events, and to see what qualifies for the Arch Ready Professionalism Certificate please visit our website.
Did you know we have undecided Career Consultants?
Exploring Majors? We have consultants who can help! Meet with Kali DeWald, or Suzanne Voigt to help you figure out how to explore majors here at UGA. Simply call the front desk of the UGA Career Center at (706) 542-3375 to meet with us one-on-one. We are happy to help you in your search for the perfect major!
CAREER CONSULTANT FOR UNDECIDED STUDENTS
Kali DeWald works with all students exploring majors at The University of Georgia. She enjoys the full exploration process, especially helping students discover their interests, strengths, and values as they relate to majors and careers. She holds an M.S. in Counseling and a B.A. in Anthropology from San Francisco State University. She is a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC), and is also certified in the Strong Interest Inventory instrument. Currently, she serves as a member of the Career Center’s Diversity Committee, and is a liaison with the LGBT Resource Center. Kali is also a board member of the Georgia Career Development Association.
OPPORTUNITIES TO CONNECT WITH KALI:
- Call (706) 542-3375 to make an appointment
- Drop by Kali's Satellite Hours on Mondays from 3:00pm until 5:00pm in Brumby Hall
- Visit the Career Center Computer Lab in Clark Howell for Walk-In Hours. Kali typically covers Walk-In Hours on Mondays from 12:00pm until 2:00pm
CAREER CONSULTANT FOR UNDECIDED/UNDECLARED, FINE ARTS, and ECOLOGY STUDENTS
Suzanne began working at the University of Georgia Career Center in December 2012 and is the Career Consultant for:
- Undecided/Undeclared Students
- Fine Arts Students in Franklin College of Arts and Sciences
- Ecology Students in the Odum School of Ecology
Before moving to Georgia, Suzanne received her Master of Education in School Counseling from Liberty University. In addition, she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Foreign Language French (minors: Art, Music, & Business) from Queens University of Charlotte and is currently pursuing her PhD in Counseling and Student Personnel Services at the University of Georgia.
OPPORTUNITIES TO CONNECT WITH SUZANNE
Call (706) 542-3375 to make an appointment
Drop by Suzanne’s Fine Arts Drop-In Hours on Thursdays from 10:00am until 12:00pm in the Lobby/Lounge, Lamar Dodd, 2nd Floor.
- Visit the Career Center Computer Lab in Clark Howell for Walk-In Hours. Suzanne typically covers Walk-In Hours on Tuesdays from 12:00pm until 2:00pm