Here is a list of the workshops that are available this semester. If you have any questions about one of these events, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If interested in attending these events, please remember to Register to Attend HERE. NOTE: You MUST have an active CareerBuzz account to be able to RSVP for events.
Graduate Students: Identifying Your Transferable Skills
Do you struggle with identifying the skills and strengths that you have gained through academic and professional experiences? Articulating transferable skills and strengths is a key part of the career development process. The Center for Career Discovery and Development (C2D2) will be putting on a workshop focused on Transferable Skills. Come and learn about how to effectively identify your skill-set using the tools My IDP and Imagine PhD. Please see the attached flyer for more details.
Negotiating Salary/ Evaluating the Offer
A workshop centered on how to negotiate salary successfully, plus evaluate the job offer for any level student entering the workforce.
Defining/ Analyzing Benefits (Trammell Fox, US Dep. Of Labor)
A workshop led by a US Dept of Labor specialist about how to analyze and define job benefits, and how to plan and save on the job.
PhD Students Success Stories Panel
Are you searching for an internship or job? Should you investigate an internship? Learn valuable strategies from Tech Ph.D. students who have successfully landed internships or full-time jobs. Hear about their process, and pickup tried and real tips for a successful internship and job search. Learn how they utilized career fairs, research tools, CareerBuzz, LinkedIn, alumni, and other networks. Panelists will also share their job offer negotiation advice.
Professionalism in the Workplace
Master's Students' Success Stories Panel
Are you searching for an internship or job? Should you investigate an internship? Learn valuable strategies from Tech Masterâs students who have successfully landed internships or full-time jobs. Hear about their process, and pickup tried and real tips for a successful internship and job search. Learn how they utilized career fairs, research tools, CareerBuzz, LinkedIn, alumni, and other networks. Panelists will also share their job offer negotiation advice.
Interview Lab for Graduate Students
Georgia Tech graduate students often search for jobs in technology, finance, consulting, nonprofit, government, and other sectors. One key aspect of searching for a job in any sector is having the ability to effectively communicate your experiences and fit concisely. You will also learn how to weave your academic, volunteer, and/or leadership experience into answers. This workshop will focus on helping graduate students to navigate the interview process, and strategize on how to effectively answer questions by articulating strengths and skills.
Capitalizing on Your Strengths across the Career Spectrum
Identify your strengths! What are your strengths and how can you leverage them in your academic and professional career. Register for this workshop. Limited to 25 students. Registration will close on November 1, 2019, or before. The deadline for completing the assessment is November 8, 2019. You will be issued a code to take the Clifton Strengths assessment. The workshop will interactive! All students will have the opportunity to participate in a discussion about how strengths can be used to improve well-being, team dynamics, and community exclusivity.