Upcoming Virtual Workshops for Students
The College of Education & Human Sciences Center for Student Success is partnering with Career Services and Center for Academic Programs Support (CAPS) to offer virtual workshops. Follow the links below to register and receive the workshop’s Zoom link and password.
What to Wear to an Interview
Did you know many jobs are lost in the first five seconds due to the candidate's inability to create the right corporate image? Students will learn how to create a professional appearance, make proper introductions, use table manners, and adopt other self-marketing behaviors designed to increase employment potential.
Prepare for Interviews and Career Fairs
This workshop from Career Services will discuss interviewing do's and don'ts, most frequently asked interview questions, and personal presentation. Students will learn how careful preparation is the key to a confident, effective delivery which will result in employment offers.
Write your Teaching Philosophy Statement
A teaching philosophy includes why you want to be a teacher and your vision for the kind of teacher you will be. Students will learn to develop their teaching philosophy into a professional statement appropriate for program and job applications.
Academic Workshops Offered by CAPS
The Center for Academic Programs Support (CAPS) offers workshops on time management, in-class tricks, and study hacks. Workshops are offered via Zoom, Monday through Friday at 10 AM, 10:30 AM, 2 PM, and 2:30 PM. You don’t have to sign up ahead of time, just visit the CAPS Workshop page and follow the directions at the top of the page to get the Zoom link.
Click the link to view the recorded workshop