The 12th Annual Environmental Career Fair is Wednesday, February 27, 2013. View a gallery of images from the past fairs, and visit the ECF web pages for details on this years event:
Check out GreenLink for the most current career events at ESF and SU. GreenLink is the #1 resource for job hunting and career development offered by the Office of Career Services. It should be your #1 resource as an ESF student or alumnus/a.
Before you apply for a job or an internship, join the Office of Career Services for a series of workshops designed to help you along the path to professional success.
Your Resume/CV and Cover Letter: First Impressions
Thursday, February 14, 20134pm -5pm, Marshall Auditorium
Presented by Diane Carlton, AICP, Regional Director for Public Affairs and Education: NYS DEC Region 7
Making a good first impression is one of the most important parts of landing a job or internship or getting into the graduate school of your choice. Often, the first impression is your cover letter and resume or CV. Learn how to promote yourself on paper to persuade employers that you can and will do the job.
Succeeding at the Career Fair
Thursday, February 21, 20134pm-5pm, Marshall Auditorium
Presented by Dave White, Recreation/Tourism Specialist, Great Lakes Program Coordinator: NY Sea Grant
Whether you are looking for a job or to network with a company for a possible future position, the Career Fair is an important opportunity for all students. This session will address the creation of a positive personal brand and provide simple and effective strategies for navigating, networking and getting the most out of the SUNY-ESF Career Fair. Gain insight from an employer’s perspective on how to successfully prepare for the Career Fair including a review of potential interview questions and what employers will be looking for in a candidate.
Environmental Career Fair
Wednesday, February 27, 2013 10:30am-3pm, Gateway Center
This exciting event is aimed at introducing students to organizations, companies and careers associated with the environment. The Career Fair will enable ESF and SU students to meet with representatives from a variety of environmental fields to discuss full-time career opportunities, internships and seasonal employment.
Visit http://www.esf.edu/career/ecf.htm to see a complete list of attending organizations.
Thursday, March 7, 2013 6pm-8pm, Goldstein Alumni & Faculty Center, SU campus
Presented by Brian Earle, Cornell University Senior Lecturer of Communication
Why is etiquette important? This presentation will teach the importance of proper etiquette in the career-building process. Participants will learn the proper table manners to make a positive impression during a lunch/dinner interview. Space is limited to 40 students.
Reservations and a $10 deposit are required by Friday, March 1. Stop in 110 Bray Hall to reserve your spot today.
Get Even MORE From the Series!!
By attending both sessions and the Career Fair you will be entered into a drawing to receive a complementary ticket to the Etiquette Dinner valued at $50.
How would you like to WIN a Free On Demand Kaplan course? How?Attend all four Career Development Series listed and your name will be entered into a drawing where one lucky winner will be chosen. For more information about the On Demand Kaplan courses, visit: http://www.kaptest.com/
NOTE: You must sign in at each of the Series in order to be eligible. Value of the certificate varies depending on the
On Demand Kaplan course chosen. ($500-$1800 value)
It can be used for MCAT, LSAT, GRE, GMAT, PCAT, DAT, or OAT. It is for any On Demand Kaplan course.
This scholarship cannot be used as a refund for a course that has already been purchased.
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