Thinking about internships? Do you know that internships can help you to enhance your academic concepts and competencies and increase self-awareness in professional areas through on-the-job training? An internship workshop was held Wednesday evening, March 5th for students. Mr. Malcolm Hicks, Assistant Director, HEOP and Mr. Lamark Shaw, Assistant Director, Career Services were on hand to answer all questions.
On Wednesday, March 5, 2014, Mr. Lamark Shaw was on hand to discuss the NY State Assembly Session Internship which is a comprehensive paid academic program which gives qualified students the chance to work in the New York State Assembly. The Assembly internship offers up to 150 college students the opportunity to get involved in state government, research and administrative responsibilities in an Assembly office. Information was also available about Washington Internship Institute. If you would like more information see Mr. Lamark Shaw, Assistant Director, Career Services.
Looking for a job? Did you know that all Fortune 500 companies have members on LinkedIn? Did you know that hundreds of organizations are using LinkedIn to identify prospective new hires? On Tuesday, March 4, 2014 a workshop sponsored by the LEADS Center, Career Services & Alumni Relations was held showing students how to build their own LinkedIn account, make their profile stand out and how to search for jobs along with making new connections to help them network.
There are many ways to find a job: networking is one of them. On Tuesday, February 25, 2014 students learned the secrets to successful networking from alumni presenters. They then practiced these techniques as they ate lunch and mingled.
On Friday, February 21, 2014 a luncheon workshop, sponsored by Career Services and Global Business Programs, focused on key points to consider when looking for a job. In attendance was Dr. Maureen Millane, Director of Career Services, Professor John Blest, Professor Pereira and Sophia Ng, Associate Director of Global Programs.
The week of January 12, 2014, Career Services was on hand to support our Daemen alumni with the free benefit of meeting and discussing career strategies, resume help, 'mock' interviews, graduate school options and career assessments.