The University calls upon its network of alumni, parents, and friends to rally around the Class of 2020 and help connect them in their chosen career fields.
“If it’s not online, it didn’t happen” is feedback employers have shared with us. Take this down time to share your interests and accomplishments and build your brand. CCPD’s Internship and Employment Developer Craig Gilden shares tips for using social media to advance your professional self, not just your TikTok dance prowess.
At all times, but especially now, the relationships you build with advocates in the world of work are essential to netting your next opportunity. CCPD’s Internship and Employment Developer Craig Gilden shares tips and templates for leveraging your curiosity to learn about career opportunities.
COVID-19 put a crimp in your summer internship search? CCPD’s Internship and Employment Developer Craig Gilden shares tips for how you can still create an impactful summer experience.
Nine Tips for Building Marketable Skills (and Best Positioning Yourself for a Job) During a Quarantine
Not a headline anyone pictured at the start of the Spring 2020 semester, yet here we are. The COVID-19 crisis has changed the Spring semester in many ways, as well as transforming the job and internship market. We recognize that this transformation presents obstacles for students, and the Center for Career & Professional Development is here to support the SU community as you tackle those complex and shifting challenges.
Presented by the award-winning Center for Career & Professional Development team along with a lineup of nationally renowned industry experts and Southwestern alumni, the SOAR Summit offers sophomores an immersive, two-day professional development conference to kick start their career exploration and the internship search process.
Rebecca Richardson ’20, a business major with a double minor in data science and communication studies, shares her experiences as a Fed intern.
Current senior Ellie Crowley describes how interning with the National Endowment for the Arts connects to her past experiences at SU and has shaped her future career path.
Business and economics major and data science minor Philip Moffatt ’20 shares his thoughts on working at the Texas Methodist Foundation and Morgan Stanley.