At Emmanuel, management major Juan Sebastian Levy '14 prepared to succeed in an increasingly global society, experience that has taken him to Wayfair's offices in Berlin and back to Reebok's international headquarters in Boston.
The Career Center at Emmanuel College gives students the resources and tools they need to launch successful careers. Starting with the creation of a four-year plan to guide their academic and professional development, Emmanuel students take advantage of one-on-one interactions with Career Center staff and the many unique opportunities presented by the College's location in the heart of Boston. Coursework, internships and other types of experiential learning prepare our diverse and talented students for successful careers.
Career Communities help students connect their major(s) to an industry, gain access to industry events and allow the Career Center to easily share targeted internships and job postings. In addition, employer partners can leverage Career Communities to recruit students who have the skills their organizations are seeking.
KEYNOTE—Employability: Why Your Digital Presence Matters
BREAKOUT SESSIONS TOPICS
Developing an Effective Strategy for Finding a Job or Internship
Demystifying Networking: How to develop and manage your network
From the Interview to the Offer: Managing each step effectively
Leading with Digital: Using Social Media for Career Success
Diversity & Inclusion at Work
Graduate School Planning and Process
LinkedIn Working Session
Transferable Skills: How your campus involvement has prepared you for work
Beyond the 400: Transitioning from Student to Professional
Save the Date: New time and location for this annual event for accounting majors!
Work Without Limits and the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission are excited to partner on the 7th Annual Raise the Bar HIRE! Conference on Thursday, October 10. This one-day career fair opportunity for students features prominent national keynote speakers, educational sessions, exhibitors, networking opportunities and sharing of best practices on disability employment.
Raise the Bar HIRE! is coordinated by Work Without Limits. Work Without Limits is a program of Commonwealth Medicine within the University of Massachusetts Medical School. For more information about Work Without Limits programs and services, click here.
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