Special Events & Classes
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Social & Public Service Career Day
Students met with a variety of representatives from social services, state and federal agencies
who offered information about career opportunities, internships and volunteering.
Organizations attending included:
- Children's Service Center of Wyoming Valley
- Department of Environmental Protection
- Devereux Pocono Programs & Services
- Federal Bureau of Investigation
- Institute for Human Resources
- Jewish Community Center
- National Center for Appropriate Technology
- North Branch Land Trust
- PA CareerLink
- PA State Police
- SCI Retreat/ Department of Corrections
- Step By Step
- U.S. Department of Justice
- U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration
- U.S. Secret Service
Alumni Mentor Night
Henry Student Center
Ballroom, 2nd Fl
Students listened to successful Alumni present
about varied careers in many majors.
Business Career Success Panel
Business Career Day was held February 5th at the Henry Student Center, Ballroom.
Human Resource administrators from Enterprise Holdings, Prudential Retirement, Sallie Mae, Target, Victoria's Secret, Vintage Tub & Bath and David Hadley, CEO Pella Windows, offered the Keynote speech.
We offer students the opportunity to learn about varied businesses and meet Human Resource panelists and employers.
Dining Etiquette Luncheon
This event was previously held Tuesday, April 16, 2013 from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. in Marts, room 214.
Attendees were given the opportunity to enhance their professional etiquette skills while enjoying a free lunch during this special event. Students reviewed and learned about professional business interactions and dining etiquette, offered by a corporate expert in order to be prepared for those professional lunch interviews and dinners with the boss!
Seniors Practice Professional Networking in CAR 198
- CAR 198 - CRN 30958 - JR/SR
Life-Career Planning Class, Fall 2013
Wednesdays, 12:00 - 12:50 p.m., DDD 202
This class is for juniors and seniors only. Class topics will include resumes, cover letters, graduate school application, mock interviewing with professionals; business etiquette; "marketing" your skills to human resource professionals; "Reality 101 Job Searches," and class presentations from a variety of professionals. SEATS ARE AVAILABLE! This is the class seniors stated on course evaluations, "should be mandatory!"