Black & Veatch information session
Tuesday, September 18th
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Freeman Hall Room 102
Black & Veatch is a leading engineering, consulting and construction company. We are employee-owned and have more than 100 offices worldwide. Since 1915, we have grown and developed our offerings to provide the most comprehensive services to our clients across the globe.
We are Building a World of Difference with solutions for some of the world’s biggest energy, water and communications challenges.
We believe in continually helping you grow and improve through training and educational opportunities. With more than 100 offices worldwide and projects in more than 100 countries, you can develop skills on a global scale.
Clemson Abroad - Study Abroad Fair
Wednesday, September 19th
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Hendrix Student Center, Ballrooms
Clemson Abroad is hosting the Study Abroad Fair on September 19th. This is an opportunity for all students to learn about international opportunities available to them while at Clemson. Please, search available programs today! It’s never too early to begin the study abroad process!
Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month 2018
The Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month Celebration was created with a desire to educate and heighten awareness about the rich culture.
As the population continues to grow at Clemson University, we are encouraged by our peers and the administration to create opportunities for all members of our campus community to celebrate and find value in the contributions of Hispanics and Latinos.
Ultimately we hope to begin cultivating a true inclusive environment built upon a passion for learning and mutual respect.
Global Awareness Film and Discussion Series: Voces Inocentes
Thursday, September 20
5:00 PM -8:00 PM
Self Auditorium at Strom Thurmond Building
The purpose of the Global Awareness Film and Discussion Series is to provide opportunities for faculty, staff, students, and community members to engage in rich dialogue and learning experiences that produce global competency outcomes. . Voces Inocentes (English translation: Innocent Voices) is a drama directed by Luis Mandoki detailing the civil war that tore apart El Salvador in the 1980s as seen through the eyes of a young boy. There will be a film showing followed by a discussion facilitated by an expert on relevant themes. This event is free open to the public.
Fall 2018 Career fair
Engineering, Computing and Sciences Fair
September 18 - 19
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Business, Healthcare and Communication Fair
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
HOW TO PREPARE FOR THE CAREER FAIR
Step 1: Research
Do research on the companies prior to the fair. Make a list of your top companies you hope to visit at the fair. Research those companies history, what positions they have open, what skills they are looking for, if they have full-time, part-time or internships available, what majors they are targeting and more. Also, be prepared to tell them why you are interested in their company. Your preparation is what will make you stand out from the crowd!
Step 2: Attend an Inside Edition Workshop & Resume Blitz
Inside Edition Workshops will give you a brief overview of how to prepare, what to expect and the logistics of the fair. Employer representatives will be participating in the workshops to give professional tips. You will be able to interact with employers and ask them questions in a relaxed and personal setting.
The Resume Blitz will give you an opportunity to have your resume reviewed by career center staff and select employers prior to the fair.
Step 3: Prepare and Practice a 30 second Introduction
This is your quick introduction to the employer. State who you are, your major, the job you are interested in and what you can bring to their company.
Step 4: Your Resumes
Stop by the Michelin Career Center - Resource Center and have your resume reviewed.
Visit during our drop in hours, 1:30 pm – 3:45 pm Monday through Friday, or attend a Resume Blitz to have your resume reviewed.
Be sure to bring a MINIMUM of 15-20 copies of your resume to the fair. For the career fair you should use regular, not high quality, paper for your resume. There will not be a printer at the fair.
Step 5: Dress to Impress
Dress professionally. Wear the same attire you would for an interview. Also, be aware that some employers interview the next day. You may want to have a fresh shirt or change of clothes ready for interviewing the day after the fair.
There will be a backpack drop off area located behind registration. However, The Center for Career and Professional Development cannot be responsible for any lost or stolen valuables.
Step 6: The Approach
Be confident and prepared. Shake hands, look the employer in the eye and fire off your 30-second introduction telling them about yourself and why you are interested in their particular company. Don’t cover your nametag with your folders, hair, etc., smile and be yourself! Do not be afraid to ask questions. Be sure your cell phone is on vibrate or silent.
Step 7: Follow Up
Ask recruiters how they would like you to follow up. Be sure to do what the recruiter asks you to do.
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Suicide prevention month
Suicide can be prevented
It only takes one moment, one connection
There are actions you can take to help prevent suicide.
- Take the warning signs seriously. Do not ignore the signs in hopes they will go away.
- Reach out. Show your concern. Don't worry about saying the wrong thing. Your genuine concern is what is important.
- Ask if the person is thinking about suicide. Be direct. Be persistent and sensitive to solicit an answer.
- Convey hope to the person who is struggling. Hope is the best defense against suicide.
- Listen and accept the person's feelings calmly and without judgment.
- Do not act shocked or argue with the person.
- Don’t be sworn to secrecy.
- Know the resources at Clemson University and in our community.
- Offer to go with the person for help.
- Do not leave the person alone. Find someone else who can help, such as family, friends, a religious leader, the Counseling Center (CAPS), a resident advisor or campus security.
- File a CARE Report to link the person to university services
- Tigers Together offers advocacy training to help groups and individual members of the Clemson family to become Suicide Prevention advocates.
Be a part of the solution. Attend different events being held this month to to learn more. View the flyer below.
Academic success center:
Thursday, September 20th
- Adobe Spark Online Communication Tools (Academic Resources Track) 2:30 PM - 3:15 PM ASC 118
- Budgeting 101(Life Skills Track) 5:00 PM - 5:45 PM ASC 118
Click the links below to find when your course has Tutoring/PAL Sessions at the Academic Success Center
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