Spring semester is here and arriving with it, right on schedule, is career stress. Every day students come in worried about everything from majors, internships, resumes, career goals, and advanced studies to their purpose in life.
How do students reduce this stress? By taking action, one small step at a time. Start that resume, learn about how majors and careers connect, or talk to one person about a career field. To help, Career Services has a full schedule of workshops and events, as well as a web site jam-packed with resources and job postings, and skilled professionals ready to meet with students to smooth the way.
This semester we welcome 2 new staff members–both UVM alumni. Lisa Torchiano will be offering career counseling and leading our alumni career programs, and Vanessa Santos Eugenio will be coordinating employer visits and managing our technology.
Here’s a quick list of some ways to get started. Watch www.uvm.edu/career for more, including events for specific career interests!
Prepare with: See Our Calendar of Upcoming Events
Resume Jump Starts- Mondays at 4:15 in L/L E166
Market Yourself to Get Hired – Tuesdays at 4:15 in L/L E166
Senior Speed Event (Resumes, interviews, job searching)
Resumania! (Experts review your resume while you wait)
Resume Review through Catamount Job Link (upload your resume and we’ll review it)
Etiquette Dinner (Senior Class Council)
Meet with employers or research potential employers:
Catamount Job Link (Job and employer database)
Networking Night – Vermont (3/22 – 6PM Grand Maple Ball Room – Davis Center)
Networking Night – Washington, DC (In April – TBA)
Use web site resources:
Resumes & Cover letters
Choosing a Major
Dress to Impress
Considering Graduate School — Pre-law, Pre-health, Education & others
Consult with experts:
Drop-ins–10 minute quick consultations–are available Monday-Thursday between 1:00 and 4:00
Appointments can be scheduled in advance by calling 802-656-3450 or stopping by Career Services in L/L E140
Hope to see you soon!