Career Services is hosting a Career Crash Course open to all Illinois Tech students. The event will consist of interactive workshops and advice geared toward your career development and to help you land that first job after graduation
Are you unsure how to land an internship with no industry experience? Feel like you don't have the connections to really prove yourself to employers? If so, please join Career Services and Parker Dewey to discuss the value of the Micro-Internship. Micro-Internships are typically 5-40 hour projects that provide students to prove they have intangible skills such as grit, perseverance, critical-and-creative thinking skills, and more. Learn how you can start taking advantage of these opportunities through the Parker Dewey platform, and how to truly make the most of a Micro-Internship if selected for one.Register Here
Trilogy, Inc., founded in 1971, is a private not-for-profit behavioral healthcare organization with more than 45 years of experience serving people with serious mental illness in the City of Chicago and its surrounding suburbs.
They are currently seeking an Employment Specialist for their Supported Employment Program.
Stop by to learn more about the position and the benefits of working at Trilogy!RSVP HERE
Have you ever used a product that was so poorly designed that you couldn't believe it was made for humans? On the contrary, have you ever recommended a product because of how easy it is to use or how life changing it is? Do you ever wonder how companies like Amazon, Bose, Microsoft or Google build teams of innovators ready to make products that change the world while others fail? In this webinar, Fernando Mier (ARCH '13, MAC '15), lead of user experience design at Beyond Design Chicago, will walk through the principles of human centered design and the importance of having an innovation team. He will also discuss what to look for in candidates when growing a multidisciplinary team with the main goal of fighting complexity.Register Here
Used by 85-90% of recruiters, LinkedIn has become an incredibly powerful tool for building and maintaining your professional network and for landing new positions. Having an up-to-date and engaging LinkedIn profile is an important part of starting your professional career.
Please join us for a hands-on LinkedIn workshop where you will be walked through creating a strong LinkedIn profile that will you get noticed by recruiters and hiring managers. During this workshop, you will learn how to design your profile to look like a top candidate and ensure you appear in more search results and get more profile views from potential employers.RSVP HERE
Info: All your hard work has led to a full-fledged job interview! Join us to discuss strategies to prepare for the interview and to negotiate salary after an offer has been made. Also covered is an overview of typical U.S. benefits packages and how to weigh job offers beyond the base salary.RSVP HERE
Info: You’ve got your pitch down and your resume is pristine. Now what? Don’t get caught in the online application trap; this workshop will help you to efficiently research employers and determine who is worth your time and who isn’t.RSVP HERE
Info: Presenting yourself in writing can be a daunting task, especially when it comes to catching the eye of potential employers, and it is much more of an art than a science. This workshop is designed to help you design resume and cover letters, still essential to the job search, while also thinking about your social media profile, the most important being LinkedIn.RSVP HERE
Info: A vital, and often overlooked, part of the job search is networking. Learn how to converse professionally with employers and contacts at career fairs and other networking opportunities. This workshop will help you know what to say to employers to sell your skills, settle your nerves, and put you in the mindset of an employer.RSVP HERE
This event gives students an opportunity to develop and showcase their networking skills to prepare them for any career fair or interview.