Get Noticed – Interview, Resume, and Cover Letter Tips
Monday, June 1, 10:30 – 11:15 A.M.
Mary Ellen Brennan, SPHR
In the current competitive environment, it is critical for candidates to utilize best practices in resumes and cover letters to get noticed by prospective employers. This session will highlight key elements to incorporate into your resume and cover letter, and provide useful interview tips and guidance that may increase your chances for that next EHS job opportunity.
Career Portfolio – Taking Control of Your Career
Monday, June 1, 1:45 – 2:30 P.M.
Isabel Zuclich, MPH
Come join the Career and Employment Services committee in this session, developing a Career Portfolio, to learn key strategies for taking control of your career and selling yourself when faced with career growth opportunities. Whether you are seeking employment, looking to change careers, or getting that well-deserved promotion, this session will review the in’s and out’s on how to use a portfolio to manage your career through showcasing your best qualities. The workshop will also include a brainstorming breakout session to kick start your personalized portfolio. You do not want to miss this exciting topic at the 2015 conference!
Tuesday, June 2, 10:00 A.M. – 12:00 noon
See yourself through an employer’s eyes when you meet with an experienced hiring manager during a mock interview. You will receive helpful feedback and learn how to make the most effective presentation of skills, abilities, and professionalism. Reserve your slot today by contacting Wanda Barbour at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your own personal session.
Tuesday, June 2, 3:00 – 4:00 P.M.
Build lasting connections with colleagues from all levels and industries at this innovative and fun networking “Bingo” event. It’s simple! Introduce yourself to a new colleague as you try to match what you learn about them with a bingo spot description. Use this opportunity to learn more about them before you move on to your next connection. There will be prizes for the top networkers!
Don’t forget to bring plenty of business cards and your “Bingo”-game face for mingling.