Employability Skills Program (ESP)
The Employability Skills Program is a series of seminars, workshops, services, and events designed to help you develop the develop employability skills and present yourself professionally to potential employers and be successful after you graduate from UNF.
Click on the Calendar of Events on the left menu for a listing of Dates and Times for the various workshops and seminars.For resume critiques: Career Services offers daily Walk-In Times. Call Career Services to check on the daily schedule.
Got A Major, Now What? You have a major you’re confident
about, but now what? Can you identify
the many career paths your major offers?
Do you want to explore internship opportunities? Career Counselors provide current information
and strategies to help you plan for a successful career. Workshop Times are
customized to fit your schedule! Call or visit Career Services for details about signing-up.
Employability Skills Workshop:
workshop is set up in 3 fifteen minute modules designed to give you an overview
of the job search basics
Module 1: Your College Career On One Page: Resume and Cover LettersEffective resumes and letters grab the attention of interviewers. Poor ones end up in the "round file." This module will consider format, content, style, and layout in resume, and cover letter writing and will present many examples.
Module 2: Chilling Out In The Hot
Seat: Effective InterviewingThis module focuses on guidelines
for preparing, how to dress, presenting information, answering questions
effectively, and follow-up.
Module 3: Job Search StrategiesThis workshop module teaches you
how design and implement a comprehensive job search campaign, how to initiate,
maintain and follow-up interpersonal contacts through networking, and how to maximize
your time at a job fair.
The Grad School Game: Applying To Graduate School
This workshop is designed to help you
understand the ins and outs of applying to graduate school. Going to Graduate
school is not your only option after graduation but it might be an
important one to consider depending on the career path you choose. This
workshop helps you decide if graduate school is really necessary to pursue your
career goals. Learn how to research and
gather information about specific graduate programs and schools. Understand what is required in terms of
application materials, testing, scholarships, and deadlines.
How To Get An InternshipThis workshop is
designed to help students with questions about how to find internships. This
workshop will answer all questions about the process of doing an internship,
from start to finish. Leave with specific steps on how to decide what to
look for, where and when to search, and who to talk with. Get started
on your search with confidence!
Getting Linked In and Build
Your NetworkIn this workshop,
we'll explore how to set up your Linkedin profile correctly and
appropriately. Learn how to use LinkedIn
effectively, such as how you can use it for professional networking, the
internship and job search, and for keeping up with trends and news in your
INDIVIDUAL JOB SEARCH ASSISTANCE
Resume Critiques: Career
Services offers a variety of ways to have your resume critiqued:
Practice InterviewsCareer Services offers a variety of options to
develop your job interviews skills through practice interviewing:
Call Career Services at 620-2955 and ask to schedule an appointment with
a College Career Liaison. Our
professional staff members can help you establish your job target and develop a
comprehensive job search plan of action.
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