Government & Public Service Workshop

January 28, 2013 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm


UCLA Career Center, Room 200 Los Angeles, CA
United States

Are you looking for strategies to help you with internship searches, pre-professional career planning, and job searches? In a fast-paced three-hour time slot, you will receive expert instruction covering the benefits of Career Center resources such as workshops, career fairs, grad fairs, career counseling, employer information sessions, BruinView™, and more. For Targeted Career JumpStarts, you’ll receive guidance on industry specific resumes and relevant career center resources. For General and “Last Chance” JumpStarts, you’ll receive guidance on not only resumes but also job search correspondence and interviewing skills.

The JumpStart Series© is an enriching program to help you develop the winning edge towards your goals. Don’t miss out and consider registering for more than one program.

This program is open to currently registered UCLA students and fee-based at $20 per session charged to your BAR account (Billing and Accounts Receivable).

Interested in a government or public service career but not sure how to begin this process? Knowledge is power and the Career Center has plenty to share with you. Join us for a three hour conference for a thorough breakdown of the Career Center services you can take advantage of and for information about interesting career paths in government and public service. Learn from a special professional panel representing a variety of career fields.

Even though some may associate government and/or public service jobs with policy or politics, there are other areas within those sectors such as science, business, communications, and healthcare to consider. Meet our outstanding panel of representatives from these areas and they’ll offer expertise and answer your questions during the networking portion! Don’t miss this opportunity and do join us so you can get the inside scoop on government and public service.

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