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Presenting Yourself as a Professional – Part 2: Interview Skills – November 10/18, 2016

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Presenting Yourself as a Professional – Part 2: Interview Skills

Free to Attend!

Goodman School of Mines in collaboration with Student Life

Presented by: Todd Gagnon, Student Life Coordinator, Laurentian University

 

Two individual sessions available – Indicate the one that works best for you!

Thursday, November 10, 2016 | 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Friday, November 18, 2016 | 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

 

Location: Executive Learning Centre (Room FA386)

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Agenda:

This is a one hour workshop that will cover what to do when you get called for an interview, how to be prepared and ready for the interview, what to expect, how to end the interview and how to avoid common mistakes. This workshop can only be attended by students enrolled in Goodman School of Mines supported programs – see below for a list.

 

What are the benefits of attending?

 

- Increase your confidence and ability to sell yourself and your skills, knowledge and experiences.
– Increase your chances of getting hired & increase your job prospects.
– Improve you communication skills and provide quality information about abilities.
– Improve how you present your competencies in an effective way to demonstrate you can do the job you’ve applied for.
– Meet and network with people in the same situation.
– Share your knowledge, experiences and insights.
– Get support and offer support to others.

 

Registration:

 

A $10 REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT IS REQUIRED TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT. BRING TO DENYSE IN THE ARTS BUILDING, ROOM A-360.

 

 

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Who can attend?

Students enrolled in Goodman School of Mines supported programs:

  • Earth Science / Environmental Geoscience
  • Engineering
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Environmental Studies
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Archaeology
  • Indigenous Relations / Indigenous Studies
  • Commerce and Business Administration
  • Labour Studies
  • CROSH
  • Interdisciplinary Health
  • Rural and Northern Health
  • Science Communication