Career Presentations

Class and Student Organization Presentations

Career Services is always looking for opportunities to educate students about career-related topics.  Presentation topics we could bring to your group include:

  • Overview of Career Services
  • Resume and Cover Letter Writing (customizable to specific majors)
  • Exploring Career Options (customizable to specific majors)
  • Networking/Career Fair Preparation
  • Translating Your ______ Experience to Your Career (tailored to your group)
  • Leveraging LinkedIn and Online Networking
  • Interviewing Tips
  • Job/Internship Search Strategies
  • Evaluating and Negotiating a Job Offer
  • Thriving in 30 Days at a New Job/Internship
  • Preparing for Your Job/Internship Performance Evaluation
  • Improving Your Relationship and Communication with Your Manager

To arrange a presentation for your class or organization, please fill out the Guest Speaker Form. Please limit your requests to one visit per semester. Students who are in need of more career assistance should be referred to LAS 203: Professional Career Preparation.

Please note: ISU Career Services will consider presentation requests from academically based student organizations and ISU offices, but is not able to support non-academically based student organizations, including fraternities, sororities, and residence halls, or non-ISU entities due to resource and time constraints.

Fall 2022 Webinar Series – open to all LAS students

How to Make the Career Fair Work for You
Date: Sept. 8 & Sept.19 at 3:30 pm
Location: Virtual (registration links listed below)
Description: The upcoming career fairs are a great place to network, explore internships, full-time opportunities and graduate/professional schools. Attend this presentation to learn how to make the career fair work for you so it meets your career needs. You will leave this presentation knowing:

  • The unique benefits of attending a career fair
  • Which career fair you should attend
  • How to research and find participating organizations that align with your interests
  • What to wear to a career fair
  • How to stand out and introduce yourself to employers
  • How to prepare an effective resume

Recorded webinar  for the Sept. 8th presentation
Recorded webinar for the Sept. 19 presentation

*Students in attendance will also receive a career fair to-do list.

Crack the Code: How to Ace a Technical Interview
Date: Oct. 5 at 3:00 pm
Location: Carver 0205
Description: Technical interviews are common for employers recruiting for software, science, or engineering roles. If you are interviewing for a technical role, in addition to behavioral questions, you will likely have a technical portion of the interview. Technical interview questions test your technical skills, problem-solving abilities, communication skills, and ability to think under pressure. Attend this presentation to learn about types of technical interview questions and tips and strategies to answer them.

Interview Prep with Businessolver 
Date: Oct. 10 at 3:00 pm
Location: Virtual (registration link coming soon)
Description: An interview is one of the most critical steps in the hiring process. In this webinar, you will learn how to prepare for an in-person and virtual interview. The presenters will cover sample interview questions, verbal and non-verbal interview tips, and additional advice to stand out from other applicants.

*Additional presentations will be uploaded soon

Spring 2022 Webinar Series