Career Prep Series for College Students (Pandemic Focus)
Are you a college student or young adult looking for career help during these difficult times? Then, you have come to the right place. Join us for a three-week job series on “Career Prep Series for College Students (Pandemic Focus)” for September 16, September 23, and September 30 (5 p.m. to 6 p.m.). Our speaker, Kathy Williams, will guide you through career preparation assessments, resumes/cover letters/references, and job search strategies during and beyond college.
Kathy Williams works as the Workforce Development Instructor at Employment Skills Center in Carlisle, PA. She retired as Executive Director of the Center for Career Development at Gettysburg College in 2017 after working in higher education settings for 38 years. In addition to her career in higher education, Kathy provided outplacement consulting services to several Fortune 500 companies. She holds a doctorate in higher education administration from The George Washington University, a master’s degree from Western Michigan University, and a bachelor’s degree from Albion College in Michigan. Professionally, Kathy has special interests in how personal and professional values impact and inform one’s work, how young adults find their voice in the career development process, and how active learning experiences shape future decision making and career planning.
*Note that this event will take place through Zoom and attendees will need to register through Event Registration link.
Week 1 (September 16): Career Assessment
Week 2 (September 23): Resumes/CV’s/References
Week 3 (September 30): Job Search & Beyond