Now, it’s time to test your abilities and knowledge relating to the industry; it’s time to EXCEL. You should become more active, both on and off-campus, growing your knowledge and experience base. This may be a semester to study abroad or expand your experience beyond campus. To excel, you need to begin diving deeper into research on the industry, companies, and roles you’re exploring. Draw more insight from the network connections you’ve formed and set yourself up to excel in the future.
- Students can tailor their resumes to align with a specific industry-related job posting.
- Students develop a plan for either an internship or study abroad opportunity that will add value and diversity to their LU college experience.
- Students are able to perform professional searches for network connections or potential employment opportunities.
- Students practice using STAR (Situation, Task, Action, Results) statements in preparation for future behavioral interview questions.
Career Studio Supports:
The Career Studio Interns support students for both scheduled and drop-in appointments at the Career Center in Scruggs University Center, B12. Connect with the Studio Intern relevant to your major and career path. Our interns are able to help you with the following:
- Exploring Internship and/or Study Abroad Opportunities
- Helping You Prepare for Internship Experience
- Training You in STAR (Situation, Task, Action, Results) Response Method for Behavioral Interview Questions
- Updating Resume and Cover Letters
- Providing Mock Interview Experiences
- Walking-Through Importance of Participating in Job/Career Fair
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