Hey Hawkeyes! Feeling unsure about what career field to go into? Wondering what kinds of jobs would best fit you? Want to learn more about yourself? Then you should take our career assessments!
Networking, strengths, relationships, giving back to the community: these are the top four things that students that are a part of the Career Leadership Academy Family take away from the program. Career Leadership Academy (CLA) teaches students real-life communication and professional skills that students can apply to real world situations. Students are taught skills that they can apply to CLA sponsored events and group service projects that give back to the community.
Hey there, Hawkeyes!
Welcome to campus, Hawkeyes! We are officially a week into the school year, which is hard to believe since it feels like classes just let out for the summer. Whether you’re a first year student who is wondering what their next few years and majors are going to look like or a senior thinking about graduation and looking for a job, we have some tips to get your school year started with your best foot forward!
Hey Hawks! Are you receiving the opportunity to intern for a company this upcoming summer? Well… say no more, I have a few recommendations to ensure your preparation is in good condition!
Are you a LinkedIn expert? Take this quiz to find out.
True or False
1.) Your LinkedIn page should include only the material that you include on your resume.
As our workforce becomes more globalized and interconnected, gaining international experience is becoming a more desirable quality for candidates to have. Studies from the Global Employer Survey Report indicated that 64% of employers would give extra credit to applicants with international experience, and 80% said that they actively seek graduates who did internships, volunteer, or study abroad.
1. Professional Paid Internship Experience
Working at the Pomerantz Career Center is a great resume builder enhancing a number of transferable skills! This student internship allows you to get paid while gaining valuable professional experience. Additionally, hours are flexible, and we work around your student class schedule.
Every student on this campus is overwhelmed with midterms, the dying bee population and that the semester ends in three months with limited time to secure an internship, full-time job or apply for graduate school. Yet, do not fear! Your fellow Peer Advisor is here to provide the hottest tips to win over the heart of employers at our upcoming Career Fair!
All students at The University of Iowa share one main goal - to put to use all of those sleepless nights of studying, 20 page papers, and hours of reading to find that dream career we’ve all worked so hard towards. The end is near but now what? Where do you find these jobs, and how do you apply? Have no fear - HireaHawk is here! The University of Iowa not only provides you with the education to attain these positions, they give you direct access to apply for them! You just have to follow a few easy steps:
Career fairs and networking events are often viewed as ‘business majors only’ or events ‘only business majors need to go to’ but that is not the case! Company recruiters want to meet students who have vast majors, experiences, and perspectives. Sarah Staley, a University of Iowa Alum shares her success at the job fair – without having a business major. Check out below!
Herky is glad to have you all back on campus!
Santa is coming to town and a million questions are coming your way about your future career plans! To avoid looking like a cotton-headed-ninny-muggins, look at this long break as an opportunity to prepare for your career. Below are four things you can do to avoid Santa’s Naughty List and living your parents’ basement for another 20 years!
Finals week is upon us. A time when students will search extensively for study spots with a nearby outlet and will consume more caffeine than the previous 15 weeks. But have no fear! Ron Swanson will break down 5 tips to overcome the stress of finals week.
Registration season is upon us!
Feeling overwhelmed? Don’t know what to take? Don’t worry, for the Career Center is here to save the day!
You may be feeling overwhelmed when considering meeting with a Career Advisor at the Pomerantz Career Center. Who are the Career Center Advisors? What can they do for me? How do I schedule an appointment? Have no fear, Leslie Knope is here to break it down for you!
Since this fall weather arrived quick, I hope you are enjoying your semester along with hot chocolate and snuggled in a warm blanket! Today, we will be discussing the different types of Career Assessments that the University of Iowa Pomerantz Career Center has to offer. In total, there are four Career Assessments including: Focus 2, iStartStrong, Strong Interest Inventory, and YouScience.
For most college students, the Fall Job & Internships Fair is one of the first times they have networking and recruitment opportunities with several unique companies. Tippie College of Business Senior, Paige Shockey, shares her success story of walking into the career fair for the first time and how the connections she made that day set her up for a successful career - check it out below!
You’ve made it past the resume and cover letter stage and have landed yourself an interview! Congrats! As your big day approaches, you may be feeling a little bit like this…
Shake off those nerves and let’s get ready for the career fair!
The University of Iowa Job and Internship Fair will be Wednesday, September 27from 11am – 4pm in the Iowa Memorial Union. Want to make the most of it? Check out these tips!
(1) Be ready – perfect your resume and bring it to the fair!
Welcome back Hawkeyes, and welcome to the Class of 2021! Whether you are entering your first year or last year at The University of Iowa, here are some tips to help make the most of the new school year:
Evaluate Your Priorities
With finals week quickly approaching, many students can relate to the variety of emotions that will be experienced throughout campus. From the initial feelings of hopelessness as you crack open your first book, to the feeling of satisfaction and relief when you walk out of your last final, here are the 5 stages of finals week and ways to combat them.
Stage 1: Lost and Hopeless
Are your resume and cover letter professional and complete? If the answer is yes, then your next step is creating a reference page. A reference page is a separate document that lists your references that you would supply to your potential employer. Your potential employer would then contact your references, and ask them questions about your skills and abilities. Oftentimes, a reference page can be what separates you from other candidates seeking the same job. These five keys could be what helps you land your dream job!
Applying for graduate school can be a stressful time. I have been applying for Human Resources graduate programs recently, and everyone who knows me understands how much I care about grad school since I have been talking about my application to every person I know in my life J Here are 6 tips that I have learned to nail your grad school application.
Last March, I applied for a Career Peer Advisor position at The Pomerantz Career Center on campus, and let me tell you…There is no place like it for student employment. Here are just a few reasons why you should apply to work at the Career Center for the 2017-2018 school year.
1. Let me start with every college student’s favorite word, FREE. Let me end with every college student’s second favorite word, COFFEE. Now let me put these two beautiful words together, FREE COFFEE.