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This Week at SI-CDO - Monday, November 15, 2010

In this Edition:
Mock Interviews @SI
RSVP for Upcoming Events
Other Events on Campus
Did You Know?
Walk-in Hours for the Week

Mock Interviews @SI
UM Kresge Business Administration Library
Thursday, November 18
3360 North Quad
Schedule closes Tuesday, November 16th at 11:59 p.m.

Take advantage of this valuable opportunity to practice your interview skills. Employers are volunteering their time to help you practice and hone your interview skills. Even if the employer isn’t not a targeted employer for your job search, you can still gain some valuable feedback and skills to prepare you for upcoming interviews.

Creating Your Brand I - This is a two-part series. To get the most out of this series, you are encouraged to attend both sessions!
Tuesday, November 16
Noon-1:00 p.m.
2255 North Quad

Do you have trouble articulating what it is that you are learning at SI? Not sure exactly how to develop an “elevator pitch”? Join this interactive workshop and develop a plan for sharing what it is that you are seeking in your future career and how to sell yourself and your skills. All participants will collaboratively create a personal branding statement.

Practical Engagement Program (PEP) Information Session
Thursday, November 18
Noon-1 p.m.
2255 North Quad

All first year students are REQUIRED to attend a Practical Engagement Program (PEP) information session if you intend on receiving academic credit for a Winter 2011 internship. Learn how to obtain your eight PEP credits (required to graduate). Find out about the Practical Engagement Program requirements, registration process, including the CPT process for international students, in order to be eligible to receive academic credit for your upcoming internships.
1st year students who plan on participating in a Summer 2011 internship, you will be required to attend a PEP Information Session next semester. Watch for details!

The Unpanel for Uncareers
Friday, November 19
Noon-2 p.m.
3100 NQ (Ehrlicher Room)

SLA and SI-CDO are co-sponsoring a panel on other careers for librarians. Four non-tradiational librarians will talk with students about what they do and how they got started.

Panelists include:
Jeremy York, Hathi Trust
Shana Kimball, MPublishing Outreach
Rebecca Welzenbach, MPublishing Digital Production
Lanell James, Proquest Market Development Manager

RSVP for Upcoming Events
Nov 30 Abbott Presentation
Dec 1 Archives and Preservation: What Can You Do With an MSI?
Dec 2 ePortfolio Panel
Dec 3 International Opportunities Funding

Other Events on Campus
Entrepreneurship: The Unintentional Career Path
Hosted by the Alumni Association of the University of Michigan
Monday, November 15
6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
Alumni Center

Identifying a need and doing something about it is what is at the heart of entrepreneurship. But how do you find those needs? How do you figure out what to do about it? What does it take to become an entrepreneur? How do you overcome challenges you might face?

Learn how two recent U-M alumni did all of this and more to create their own company, Real Time Farms. Karl, ’03, MSE’05, and Cara, ’03, Rosaen created Real Time Farms to engage and educate consumers about their local food ecosystem; connecting them to their local farmers and all of the ways they can find local, farm fresh food in their communities, and to provide tools for restaurants and food retailers to showcase to consumers all of the ways they source locally.

You’ll walk away from this session of Real Life 101 with a clearer vision of how to become an entrepreneur and knowing how to capitalize on the needs the greater population may have.

The event is free, and dinner will be provided.

Check http://mpowered.umich.edu/node/213 for information and to register.

Recruiting @Ross Events
There are multiple Recruiting @Ross company information sessions this week.

These employer visits are facilitated through the University of Michigan Ross School of Business and is not an employer event at the School of Information. All UM students are welcome to attend employer visits at Ross; however, SI students should be prepared to discuss with recruiters and company representatives what it is that they are studying at the School of Information and how they are a fit for their company.

Some of the companies this week include: Boston Consulting, P&G, AT Kearney, Tencent Company, A2TechMeetUp, and more.

Check iTrack for the full list of employer visits!

Did You Know?
The 2009 SI Employment Report is now
available online at http://www.si.umich.edu/careers/2009-employment-report.pdf.htm.

Walk-in Hours for the Week
Emily Bowman
If you have general career development questions, need assistance with your part-time job search, or would like your resume reviewed, you can make an appointment with Emily Bowman by emailing her at embow@umich.edu. Students who schedule appointments will be given first priority but walk-ins are welcome.

Tuesdday, November 16 from Noon to 2:30 p.m. – 3360 North Quad
Wednesday, November 17 from Noon to 5:00 p.m. – 3360 North Quad
Thursday, November 18 from Noon to 1:00 p.m. – 3360 North Quad

Walk-in appointments are meant to answer your quick 10-minutes or less questions. If you need a longer counseling session, please make an appointment by emailing si.careers@umich.edu.

Posted by shamille at November 16, 2010 08:40 AM


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