Graduating! Now What?

Career Blog

Published: May 1, 2017 by Kate M. Spaulding

To those of you graduating at the end of the semester, congratulations! That’s awesome, a huge accomplishment, and you should be very proud of yourselves. I imagine it’s all a wee bit terrifying. Or a lot terrifying.

Well, the iSchool’s wonderful Jill Klees is offering something to take the edge off. Join her via Collaborate on Wednesday, May 3 at 5:30 PM Pacific. She’ll lead a conversation and talk about your next career steps. Jill is a fantastic resource and her interactive workshops never disappoint!

Whether you have started your job search or not, Jill will outline the steps you should take to develop your job search strategy and make a realistic and purposeful plan of action. This workshop is useful to anyone looking for a job, and whether you’re about to graduate or not, everyone is welcome (and encouraged) to attend. Jill put together a cheat sheet, and I made my own list, but I definitely recommend making time to attend her live talk.

As always, bring your questions! Jill is great at keeping her presentation moving while keeping an eye on the chat box, and she doesn’t think any questions are dumb ones (pinky promise). For May grads, this is the perfect opportunity to take advantage of your student status, because, as students, we have access to more benefits than as alumni.

See you there!

Wednesday, May 3, 2017
5:30pm-6:30pm Pacific Daylight Time
Online via Blackboard Collaborate

Session Link:  https://sas.elluminate.com/d.jnlp?sid=2011274&password=D.518A5F2216C5205…

Individuals requiring real-time captioning or other accommodations should contact Dr. Sue Alman at alman.sjsu@gmail.com as soon as possible.

The career workshop will be recorded. Links to past workshop recordings are posted here http://ischool.sjsu.edu/career-development/career-webcasts-and-workshops…

For more information, please contact Jill Klees at jill.klees@sjsu.edu

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