Spring 2023 Online & In-person Career Workshops
Workshops will be offered online via Zoom and in-person at the Career Center facilitated by Lorell Cooke, WCC Career Counselor and Juan Gomez, Career Resource Technician. To register for a workshop, click on the workshop title below. After you register, you will receive an email with Zoom information for the workshop. If you have any questions, please send me an email. I look forward to seeing you at the workshops! – Lorell Cooke firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, February 7th – 12-12:50pm
Tuesday, February 14th – 12-12:50pm
Tuesday, February 21st – 12-12:50pm
Tuesday, March 7th – 12-12:50pm
Tuesday, March 14th – 12-12:50pm
Thursday, April 13th – 12-12:50pm
Tuesday, April 18th – 12-12:50pm
Thursday, April 27th – 12-12:50pm
Introduction to Career Planning
Career planning is an ongoing process that allows you to: explore your personality, interests, and skills, create educational and career plans, and take action to achieve your goals. Find out more about career planning services available at WCC!
Employers can determine the difference between great resumes and weak ones in 15 seconds or less! Learn to how to create a first-rate resume that will help you get an interview.
College Central Network: Job Search, Resumes, and More!
New to WCC, College Central Network is an online career services platform that offers job listings, resume building tools, and a wide variety of career resources. Join us for an introduction to this powerful resource to jump start your job search and career development!
Career assessments are tools to help you understand how your unique interests, skills, and personality can lead to various career and educational options that could be a great fit for you. Attend this workshop to find out about assessments available through the WCC Career Center to take your career exploration to the next level!
Connecting Interests to Major and Career Options
This workshop helps students consider their interests and their impact on major selection and career goals. Registration is coming soon – prepare by thinking about your educational and career plans!
Internships & Experience
An internship is a learning experience that offers meaningful, practical work related to a student’s field of study or career interest. Internships give students the opportunity for career exploration and skill development. Join us to learn about internships and how to find an opportunity that will benefit you!
Networking & LinkedIn
Many employers use LinkedIn to recruit new talent. Students will learn about LinkedIn, its value in job searches and networking, and get tips to start their LinkedIn profile.
Prepare for the Career Fair
You updated your resume and want to go to the Career Fair – now what? What can you expect at the Career Fair? How do you introduce yourself and share your resume? Get great tips on how to make a good impression at the Career Fair.
You have an interview! What’s next? This workshop covers interview preparation, professional etiquette, behavioral question answering, and follow-up techniques. By the end, you will have the skills and knowledge to navigate the interview process successfully and increase your chances of success.