• Attention seniors: shape up your job search skills with 30-minute career workouts!


Boston, MA – Suffolk’s career services office offers a series of 30-minute career seminars beginning on Wednesday, February 20. Senior year is the time to start looking towards the future, and Career Services’ series of 30 minute Career Workouts can help you shape up your job search skills before graduation.

Career Workouts were developed with the busy schedules of graduating seniors in mind. The Wednesday/Thursday time slots for the twice weekly seminars are scheduled to overlap the least with senior classes, and the concise 30 minute format offers seniors a quick burst of essential job search skills before graduation. According to Betsy McDowell, Associate Director of Career Services, “The Career Workouts give seniors an opportunity to get quick rundowns on need-to-know topics for the real world.” Whether you attend just one or more of these half-hour discussions, now is the time to take advantage of the resources of Career Services and put yourself on the path to professional success.

Senior Career Workouts - Wednesdays from 2-2:30pm, or Thursdays from 1:45-2:15pm, in Career Services, 20 Ashburton Place

Get a run-down in just 30 minutes on what you need to know about these topics:

2/20 or 2/21 - Planning Your Final Semester and Using Career Services
2/27 or 2/28 - Focusing and Identifying Your Job Objective
3/05 or 3/06 - Writing Effective Resumes
3/12 or 3/13 - Creating Effective Cover and Thank-You Letters
3/26 or 3/27 - Preparing to Dazzle at Job Fairs
4/02 or 4/03 - Interviewing and Presenting Yourself
4/09 or 4/10 - Using Professional Networks
4/16 or 4/17 - Mastering Job Search Strategies and Resources
4/23 or 4/24 - Looking Ahead to Graduate School

For more information on how to get your job-searching game on and to RSVP, call 617-573-8480 or email emcdowel@suffolk.edu.

The Office of Career Services and Cooperative Education at Suffolk University assists students and alumni of the College of Arts and Sciences and the Sawyer School of Management in defining and realizing their career goals. Staffed by skilled and experienced career counselors, services include career advising and counseling, cooperative education and internship opportunities, full-time employment resources, and more. For more information, call 617.573.8480, visit their website at www.suffolk.edu/careers, or e-mail Paul Tanklefsky, Director, Career Services at ptanklef@suffolk.edu

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