Career Services Center Events

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Lunch Workshops

Dress for Success
September 20
11:50-12:50
1C125A
After attending the Dress for Success, presented by Brenda Becknell, owner of Robert Spence Modeling Agency, you’ll understand why hospital recruiters say they “can spot an applicant from Texas Tech School of Nursing” because they dress so well.
“The dress for success was extremely helpful for me. If it weren't for that session, I would have no idea how to dress. It really has made a big difference in making a good first impression.” Elliana G. (Aug. 2017 graduate)
Resume
October 4
11:50-12:50
1C125A
During this workshop, you’ll hear what recruiters are looking for on a resume and how to make sure your resume stands out. It’s all about getting an interview, and the information presented in this workshop is key to this goal.
"The resume lunch and learn benefited me in preparing me for creating a nice, professional, and straight to the point resume. My resume prior to the lunch and learn had too much information and clouded the high points that future employers are looking for." Alyna (Aug. 2017 grad)
The Power of Body Language
October 18
11:50-12:50
1C125A
Body Language comprises 55% of our message prior to and during the interview. Attendees at this session will learn how you can best physically present yourself at the interview.
Acing the Interview
November 1
11:50-12:50
1C125A
Logan Winkelman, Associated Director of University Career Services, shares lots of great information to help with the interview including tips for handling phone interviews, how to answer behavior questions, and pitfalls to avoid during the interview.
"During my phone interview, I was offered a job on the spot because the recruiter said she was so impressed with my responses. I utilized the techniques I learned in the 'Acing the Interview' session". Bailey (May 2016 grad)

Etiquette Dinner

Etiquette Dinner
November 13
5:45-8:00
The Women's Club
Which fork do I use? Can I drink alcohol with a potential employer? How do I know when to start eating? Find out the answers to these questions AND enjoy a delicious dinner with friends, at the Etiquette Dinner. As a bonus, local nurses will join us to answer share their thoughts on how to successfully transition from nursing student to professional nurse.
“One of my favorite things the Career Center did for us was the etiquette dinner. It was so fun and informative!” Lauren G. (Aug. 2017 graduate)

Career Fair

Virtual Career Fair
TBD
TBD
Virtual
Mark your calendars now!! You’re invited to hear from the recruiters your cohort expressed an interest in. In the past, we’ve had recruiters from Baylor, Parkland, UT Southwestern, Cook Children’s, St. David’s, Methodist Dallas, Medical City, Memorial Hermann, Children’s Health, JPS, and more!! You won’t want to miss this one-of-a-kind opportunity. Watch for details.

Lunch Workshops

Resume
October 4
11:50-12:50
2000
During this workshop, you’ll hear what recruiters are looking for on a resume and how to make sure your resume stands out. It’s all about getting an interview, and the information presented in this workshop is key to this goal.
"The resume lunch and learn benefited me in preparing me for creating a nice, professional, and straight to the point resume. My resume prior to the lunch and learn had too much information and clouded the high points that future employers are looking for." Alyna (Aug. 2017 grad)
Dress for Success
October 11
11:50-12:50
2000
After attending the Dress for Success, presented by Brenda Becknell, owner of Robert Spence Modeling Agency, you’ll understand why hospital recruiters say they “can spot an applicant from Texas Tech School of Nursing” because they dress so well.
“The dress for success was extremely helpful for me. If it weren't for that session, I would have no idea how to dress. It really has made a big difference in making a good first impression.” Elliana G. (Aug. 2017 graduate)
The Power of Body Language
October 18
11:50-12:50
2000
Body Language comprises 55% of our message prior to and during the interview. Attendees at this session will learn how you can best physically present yourself at the interview.
Acing the Interview
November 1
11:50-12:50
2000
Logan Winkelman, Associated Director of University Career Services, shares lots of great information to help with the interview including tips for handling phone interviews, how to answer behavior questions, and pitfalls to avoid during the interview.
"During my phone interview, I was offered a job on the spot because the recruiter said she was so impressed with my responses. I utilized the techniques I learned in the 'Acing the Interview' session". Bailey (May 2016 grad)

Etiquette Dinner

Etiquette Dinner
November 14
5:45-8:00
Abilene Country Club
Which fork do I use? Can I drink alcohol with a potential employer? How do I know when to start eating? Find out the answers to these questions AND enjoy a delicious dinner with friends, at the Etiquette Dinner. As a bonus, local nurses will join us to answer share their thoughts on how to successfully transition from nursing student to professional nurse.
“One of my favorite things the Career Center did for us was the etiquette dinner. It was so fun and informative!” Lauren G. (Aug. 2017 graduate)

Career Fair

Virtual Career Fair
TBD
TBD
Virtual
Mark your calendars now!! You’re invited to hear from the recruiters your cohort expressed an interest in. In the past, we’ve had recruiters from Baylor, Parkland, UT Southwestern, Cook Children’s, St. David’s, Methodist Dallas, Medical City, Memorial Hermann, Children’s Health, JPS, and more!! You won’t want to miss this one-of-a-kind opportunity. Watch for details.

Lunch Workshops

Resume
October 4
11:50-12:50
2C12
During this workshop, you’ll hear what recruiters are looking for on a resume and how to make sure your resume stands out. It’s all about getting an interview, and the information presented in this workshop is key to this goal.
"The resume lunch and learn benefited me in preparing me for creating a nice, professional, and straight to the point resume. My resume prior to the lunch and learn had too much information and clouded the high points that future employers are looking for." Alyna (Aug. 2017 grad)
The Power of Body Language
October 18
11:50-12:50
2C12
Body Language comprises 55% of our message prior to and during the interview. Attendees at this session will learn how you can best physically present yourself at the interview.
Dress for Success
October 25
11:50-12:50
2C12
After attending the Dress for Success, presented by Brenda Becknell, owner of Robert Spence Modeling Agency, you’ll understand why hospital recruiters say they “can spot an applicant from Texas Tech School of Nursing” because they dress so well.
“The dress for success was extremely helpful for me. If it weren't for that session, I would have no idea how to dress. It really has made a big difference in making a good first impression.” Elliana G. (Aug. 2017 graduate)
Acing the Interview
November 1
11:50-12:50
2000
Logan Winkelman, Associated Director of University Career Services, shares lots of great information to help with the interview including tips for handling phone interviews, how to answer behavior questions, and pitfalls to avoid during the interview.
"During my phone interview, I was offered a job on the spot because the recruiter said she was so impressed with my responses. I utilized the techniques I learned in the 'Acing the Interview' session". Bailey (May 2016 grad)

Etiquette Dinner

Etiquette Dinner
November 21
5:45-8:00
Odessa Country Club
Which fork do I use? Can I drink alcohol with a potential employer? How do I know when to start eating? Find out the answers to these questions AND enjoy a delicious dinner with friends, at the Etiquette Dinner. As a bonus, local nurses will join us to answer share their thoughts on how to successfully transition from nursing student to professional nurse.
“One of my favorite things the Career Center did for us was the etiquette dinner. It was so fun and informative!” Lauren G. (Aug. 2017 graduate)

Career Fair

Virtual Career Fair
TBD
TBD
Virtual
Mark your calendars now!! You’re invited to hear from the recruiters your cohort expressed an interest in. In the past, we’ve had recruiters from Baylor, Parkland, UT Southwestern, Cook Children’s, St. David’s, Methodist Dallas, Medical City, Memorial Hermann, Children’s Health, JPS, and more!! You won’t want to miss this one-of-a-kind opportunity. Watch for details.

What students are saying about the Career Services Center!

Etiquette Dinner