With the aftermath of the global economic crisis still lingering about. Jobs and careers are the topics that college students are most concerned about. Asians do well in school and are known to have good grades. Is it enough to land that next job?
How do you find that next opportunity? We hear networking used all the time. What does that really mean? What are the options or best communication method to effectively get your foot through the doors? How about resumes and interviews? How do you draft a resume to effectively pass the electronic selection process? Recruiters go thru hundreds of resumes to select only a handful from that pile. What makes the few stands out from the rest? Now can you pass that second selection process? You are selected, now what? What are the dos and don’ts for interview? How do you answer those tough questions designed to expose more about yourselves than what you wish to offer? Do you have concerns about your H1B? Do you wish to understand more on visa, labor and employment regulations? What are the can and can NOTs?
(1) Resume (2) Interview Skills (3) Networking skills (4) Visa and Immigration
Facilitating the workshops are HR professionals specialized in talent Acquisition. Addressing networking skills are two great presenters, who are masters at the art of networking. A council member and a marketing communication manager, both are experts in the art of networking, public interaction and communication. Covering visa and immigration related issues is a corporate attorney who specialize in labor, employment and immigration law.
If any of the questions above have crossed your mind you do NOT want to miss this workshop! Come join us! This Workshop is free!