Careers can be stressful - thinking about them, planning for them, pursuing them! Before we kick off a week of events geared towards thinking about Life After Bard, join Barbara-Jean Brisky to discover new ways to soothe and reduce your stress.
When: Monday, May 9, 4:00 - 5:30pm Where: George Ball Lounge (Fishbowl), Campus Center Led by: Barbara-Jean Brisky
Whether you are a graduating senior or from a different class year, this workshop will help you gain valuable advice and insight from hiring professionals about pursuing your first full-time job search. You’ll also hear about what to consider in a job offer – it’s not just a salary figure.
Panelists Include: Ethan Allen Staff Alan Wolfzahn
Whether or not New York City is your post-grad market, this workshop will cover the ins and outs of navigating the rental process. There will be specific information about NYC, but many of the presented topics will be relevant to other cities as well.
Students will learn about:
* Rentals vs. sales, including parents cosigning a mortgage for a sale and being a guarantor for a rental. * How to qualify for a rental or sale * Finding the apartment that’s right for you * The nuts and bolts of the application process * Location, location, location—advantages of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx * The role of the agent - to have or have not, including fees for the agent and what you can do on your own.
Led by: Nicole Flender, Licensed Real Estate Salesperson, The Corcoran Group
Learning LinkedIn: Profile Building and Networking for Beginners
Thursday, May 12, 2016 5–6 pm
Learn how to utilize LinkedIn for networking and your job and internship search. We'll review how to build an effective and professional profile, and talk about LinkedIn's many resources. This workshop will cover topics relevant to seniors as well as other class years.
****Take a Headshot****
Photos for your profile picture will be offered directly after the presentation