This webinar discusses what the gender wage gap is, how it affects you, and what to do about it. The accompanying hand-out provides strategies to negotiate your salary.
Big Interview is a great resource to get you ready for both virtual and in-person interviews.
Steve Dalton, author of “The 2-Hour Job Search” presents the most useful techniques from his book. In order to access this video, please e-mail Angela Hayes at Angela.Hayes@colostate.edu, Alexandra Schweigert at Alexandra.Schweigert@colostate.edu, Dakota Bogner at Dakota.Bogner@colostate.edu or Career Info at career_info@Mail.Colostate.edu . We will send you the link to the video and the slides. Use […]
Although hiring has slowed down, many companies are still actively recruiting and looking for strong talent to problem solve and continue to be resilient in this new normal of Covid 19. In this webinar you’ll learn how to stand out in your job search by being strategic, intentional and flexible.
In this webinar you’ll learn how to find remote work, how to avoid job scams, and how to present yourself in the best possible light as a great candidate for remote work.
Resumes may have changed since the last time you created one for an application. Follow the techniques and tips in this resume guide to increase your chances of getting an interview.
Now is the ideal time to make connections with past, current and future clients, coworkers and potential employers. Companies are still hiring, and once things get back to a more normal state, we’ll see a real difference between those who continued to reach out and network, and those who did not, in terms of career […]
Now is the ideal time to brush up on your interview skills, especially your virtual interviewing skills. Companies are still hiring, and will most likely be asking you to interview through a virtual platform like Zoom or Skype. There are many similarities between in-person and virtual interviews, but also some important differences. In this webinar […]
Employers/Recruiters will spend between 3-30 seconds on your resume the first time through. Based on what they see in that time, they will decide whether to give your resume more of their time. Greatly increase the chances that they will continue reading your resume by creating a strong Professional Profile.
Discover a six-step approach to making necessary changes to your own behavior. When you change yourself, you change the system, breaking free of unhealthy behavior patterns.
Author Maura Cheeks along with Professor Elizabeth Morrison, Vice Dean of Faculty at NYU, interviewed “10 women of color in order to understand the challenges they face in the workplace, how they cope with those challenges, and how those coping mechanisms affect their chances of long-term success.” After reading the article check out some TED […]
Joining a professional association can be a great way to connect with people in your field/industry and get advice from people who do the work you are interested in everyday! The organization listed below are for individuals who identify as Black and/or African-American that have opportunities to make connection, engage with online resources, and house […]