LinkedIn is in the process of rolling out a redesigned desktop version of this popular professional networking site. If you have a profile and haven’t logged in awhile, you may notice that your profile looks very different. View the changes here. If you don’t have a LinkedIn profile yet, make one! This video is a nice introduction to how to build your profile.
Education Job Fair
Future teachers, this Job Fair is for you. Registration is open for the Education Job Fair to be held at the Minneapolis Convention Center on Friday, April 21st. Strop by the Career Development Center to complete your registration and make an appointment to have your resume reviewed prior to the event.
Seminars this Week (all held in 124 MHC):
Resumes and Cover Letters that Stand Out – Tuesday, March 7th at 10am
Social Media in the Job Search – Thursday, March 9th at noon
Effective Interviewing – Friday, March 10th at 1:30 pm
Declaring a Major? It is nearing the time when sophomores (45+ credits) will need to declare their major before registering for fall ’16 classes. Are you still exploring major field ideas? To gain further insight into yourself and compatible career field options or majors, schedule an appointment to meet with a career counselor. You may discuss career assessments, researching careers, and gaining related experience to build your resume. Call 651-962-6761 to schedule a time.
Special opportunities this week:
Veterans Virtual Career Fair, February 28, 2017, 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Real Estate Finance Virtual Career Fair, March 1, 2017, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Seminars offered this week: (all held in 124 MHC):
On-Campus Interviewing Orientation, February 28, 2017, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Effective Interviewing, March 1, 2017, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Thinking of a summer internship or job? Check out the postings on TommieCareers.
Keep current with our office updates and career related topics by connecting with us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram.
What’s With This #HireTommies Thing???
As social media continues to grow, so do social recruiting strategies by companies, organizations and staffing agencies. In an effort to stay on top of the trend and provide the best possible service to St. Thomas students, the Career Development Center has developed social recruiting resources that will assist students in getting connected with alumni, recruiters, companies, and job and internship openings. #HireTommies is a social recruiting strategy used to encourage employers to engage with St. Thomas students through social networking and social media sites.
Here are the following ways that we are using #HireTommies to connect students and employers:
- @HireTommies: Follow us to get daily updates on the new jobs and internships that are posted to TommieCareers
- #HireTommies: Search the hashtag to find all recently posted jobs and internships; postings will link you directly to TommieCareers. Employers can also post jobs and internships and include the hashtag to market specifically to UST students.
- #HireTommies group: Students can connect with employers to learn more about companies and positions, and employers are able to post opportunities (on the discussion wall or in job discussions) and network with students to find strong candidates for job and internship opportunities.
If you have questions, don’t hesitate to ask a Career Development Center staff member at the job fair table. You will have a #HireTommies ribbon on the bottom of your nametag at the fair tomorrow. If you would prefer to remove it, feel free! If not, thank you for helping us to spread to word and connect more employers with UST students at #HireTommies!