How do you find a summer internship when you are halfway around the world? Attend this panel to hear from students who have successfully identified, interviewed, and secured summer internships back in the US before/while studying abroad. RSVP: bit.ly/KINNECTIONS. Location: 555 S. Forest, large student space.
Your resume should convince an employer that you are the best fit for the job or internship you are applying for. Attend this program to learn how to effectively communicate your skills, experience, and accomplishments in your resume. RSVP: bit.ly/KINNECTIONS. Location: 555 S. Forest, lower level.
The Michigan Sports Analytics Society (MSAS) symposium will feature presentations from students participating in sports analytics research projects, as well as faculty with a significant interest in the topic. Learn more and see how you can get involved in this rapidly growing topic. Refreshments. RSVP: http://myumi.ch/6vA4R. Location: Ehrlicher Room, 3100 North Quad.
Heather Gibson, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Tourism, Recreation, & Sport Management at the University of Florida, will speak on "A Critical Examination of Mega vs. Small-Scale Sport Events: Future Directions?" Location: SPH1, room 1655 (Community Room).
The most accurate predictor of future performance is past performance in a similar situation. Behavioral interviewing is a technique used by employers to learn about your past behavior. This program will help you prepare, impress, and perform during a job interview. RSVP: bit.ly/KINNECTIONS. Location: 555 S. Forest, large student space (lower level).
Looking for employment, internship, volunteer, or job shadowing opportunities? Find all that and more at our annual career fair on January 25. RSVP on KINNECTIONS (bit.ly/KINNECTIONS). Location: Michigan League Ballroom (2nd floor).
Our guests at this event are professional women who will share strategies and advice on how to succeed in the male-dominant sport industry. The panel discussion will be followed by an opportunity to talk with our panelists, one-on-one. RSVP: myumi.ch/a8MqV. Location: Michigan League, Hussey Room.
Sport Management students: Join SM in traveling to the Russia World Cup as a volunteer intern for the biggest soccer event in the world! You will be able to choose between numerous volunteer opportunities that provide valuable experiences within the international sport industry. Learn more at this info session. Location: 555 S. Forest, Large Student Space.
Introduce yourself to a potential employer through a well-written cover letter. This program details the importance of a clear, concise, and targeted cover letter. RSVP: bit.ly/KINNECTIONS. Location: 555 S. Forest, lower level, large student space.
Potential employers will be on campus for the IONM Career Fair on Thursday, February 1, and Friday, February 2. For IONM majors, this is a great opportunity to network! Register through KINNECTIONS. Location: Various rooms at the Michigan League.
Gain relevant career information, learn from experts in your field of interest, and expand your network. Attend this workshop to develop a strategy for reaching out, connecting, and engaging with alumni and professionals. RSVP: http://bit.ly/KINNECTIONS. Location: 555 S. Forest, Large Student Space (lower level)
Your LinkedIn profile is a vital tool for making important connections with alumni and employers that could help you with your job or internship search. Attend this program to learn tips and tricks on how to build a successful profile and find valuable connections! RSVP: http://bit.ly/KINNECTIONS. Location: 555 S. Forest, Large Student Space (lower level).
"The 2-Hour Job Search" manual, developed by Steve Dalton, gives career-seekers a systematic, tech-savvy formula to efficiently and effectively target potential employers. This program will give you the foundation to select, prioritize, and contact prospective employers in three steps. RSVP: http://bit.ly/KINNECTIONS. Location: 555 S. Forest, Large Student Space (lower level)
Employers are starting the negotiation process earlier and earlier. Attend this program to learn strategies on how to negotiate – even before you get an offer! RSVP: http://bit.ly/KINNECTIONS. Location: 555 S. Forest, Large Student Space (lower level)
Your personal statement for a graduate program should be just that – personal. This is your opportunity to talk about your hopes, ambitions, and life experiences while introducing what it would be like to have you as a student. Attending this program will provide helpful insights into strengthening your personal statement. RSVP: http://bit.ly/KINNECTIONS. Location: 555 S. Forest, Large Student Space (lower level)
Attend this program to learn how to make the most of your upcoming summer internship. The program will cover dress codes, networking and most importantly, how to make a positive, lasting impression. RSVP: http://bit.ly/KINNECTIONS. Location: 555 S. Forest, Large Student Space (lower level).
Improve your career development journey in school while working towards a successful career with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment. Determine your personality type, which can then be applied throughout your college and career development process. ** RSVPby 3/19: http://bit.ly/KINNECTIONS ** Location: 555 S. Forest, Large Student Space (lower level).
This annual event aims to spark interprofessional collaboration, networking, and inspiration for future research and practice for educational efforts across the health professions schools at University of Michigan. Deadline for poster abstracts February 9. Event details: http://myumi.ch/659Vm. Register to attend: http://myumi.ch/6jbQV. Location: Michigan League.