Fall 2020 Student Professional Development All-Virtual Series
(Hosted by Academic Advising and Career Services)
Résumé 101 (Beginner): Monday, October 5, 4 to 5:30 pm
Résumé 201 (Intermediate): Wednesday, October 14, 4 to 5:30 pm
Two different workshop sessions for students and alumni based on experience building a resume. Resume 101: For those who have never written a resume or want to start by learning the basics. Resume not required to participate. Resume 201: For those needing assistance with updating, Bring your current résumé or draft. Participants may bring their existing resumes for critique and review at the end of the program. All majors and programs are encouraged to attend. Prior to the workshop individuals will receive a sample resume and a template to use a guide during workshop. Blackboard Collaborate will be utilized if event is held virtually. Students are encouraged to schedule a 1:1 appointment with Career Services.
Workshop One: Tuesday, October 13, 10 to 11:30 am
Workshop Two: Thursday, October 15, 4 to 5 pm
Career Options Workshop One highlights Focus 2 and looks at career/major alignment. This allows students to see how their values, skills, work interests, and personalities play a role in their career choices. They are introduced to Myers-Brigg personality types, John Holland Code types, career readiness, and more! Most beneficial for students uncertain about which major or career will be a good fit for them.
Workshop Two is for individuals who have already logged into Focus 2 and will complete the remainder of their assessments. A facilitator provides an overview to students and alumni, who will be given a link to sign into Focus 2, complete the remaining assessments, and indicate whether they would like an advisor to reach out to them to review the results. Current students will be contacted by their academic advisor, alumni by Career Services.
Get Ready.. Get Set.. To Interview!
Wednesday, October 21, 6 to 7:30 pm
Students and alumni are invited to participate in speed rounds of virtual mock interviews with professionals from a variety of fields. This workshop is designed for individuals preparing for the workforce as well as those looking to strengthen their interviewing and communication skills. Guest professionals will ask each student a series of some of the most common interview questions. Afterwards, the facilitators will provide general feedback to the group.
Virtual Fall 2020 Career Fair
Virtual Fall 2020 CAREER FAIR November 17, 18, and 19, 2020
Tuesday, November 17 School of Applied Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
Wednesday, November 18 School of Business, Technology, & Advanced Manufacturing
Thursday, November 19 School of Nursing & Health Professions
Employers will be live online from 4:30 to 6:00 pm each day. When registering please choose which day(s) you plan to attend. You may attend all three days and participants are encouraged to meet with all employers each day.
All students and graduates, get a head start on your job search!
For more info, contact Career Services at email@example.com or 860-727-6768
Office of Student Affairs
Virtual Support Groups
Virtual Blackboard Collaborate Sessions
When: Fall 2020 Semester
Drop-in sessions 4:30 – 5:30 pm
Join Goodwin University Student Affairs and chat about overcoming challenges in the current semester. These “drop in” sessions are for current students to have an open dialogue in a supportive space and inquire about the role of each department within Student Affairs.
Schedule of Virtual Workshops:
Wednesday, October 28th – Career Services
Wednesday, November 4th – Academic Advising
Wednesday, December 2nd – Counseling Services
Wednesday, December 9th – Accessibility Services
Please CLICK HERE to attend virtual sessions through Blackboard Collaborate!
We look forward to seeing you online!