Prepare for the Fair
Are you reading for this semester’s virtual Career Fair on Feb. 25?
We want you to feel as prepared and as confident as you can, so our Center for Career Development (CCD) has organized helpful events and one-on-one advice leading up to the Career Fair.
How to Work a Virtual Career Fair
The CCD kicks off with two opportunities to provide you with tips on how to go about securing a time on Handshake, what you should wear, how to check your WiFi connection beforehand, and how you can stand out to employees during the fair.
Join the CCD on Feb. 9 or Feb. 22!
Recharge Your Resume: One-on-One Interviews
A great resume is key! No matter what you’re applying for – an internship, a part-time opportunity or a full-time job – a resume is the first thing employers will see. Make sure it’s professional and one to remember.
Join the CCD on Feb. 10 or Feb. 16!
Questions about one of the events? Email Sarah Glenn at Sarah.email@example.com or view more details and register on Handshake.
Chambers Ambassadors and Peer Mentors
Do you embody both the spirit of a Mountaineer and a business student? Are you someone who other students look up to on campus? Apply to be a Chambers College Ambassador or Peer Mentor by Feb. 21!
Our Chambers Ambassadors know the ins and outs of our campus, but they can also help others learn more about specific business majors, minors, student organizations, and College events.
Our Peer Mentors assist first-semester freshmen with their transition to college life as a business student at WVU by sharing their knowledge, skills and perspectives. As a peer mentor, you will attend BCOR 191 courses this semester and the students in their assigned section will be their mentees.
Questions? Email Rachel Nieman at Rachel.Nieman@mail.wvu.edu.
A new semester brings new opportunities! If you’re on the fence about joining an org, take a look at the 30+ student organizations that are specific to Chambers College.
If you’re the leader of a Chambers College student org, we ask that you share a 60-second, vertical video with us so that we may feature you in our upcoming Chambers College Instagram Story highlight – on @wvuchambers – to showcase your group and to get others excited to join.
Please tag us in your videos or email them to Becommunications@mail.wvu.edu by Monday, February 15.
Career Readiness Program
Career Readiness Program
The Career Readiness Program (CRP) at Chambers College prepares high-performing sophomores and juniors for success in the workplace, by looking at your professional goals and making sure you have the tools you need to reach them.
Many employers have identified a core set of skills and competencies that they seek in new hires and, by joining the CRP, you will learn what you can do now to be considered for a company in the future.
Questions? Email Abigail Buehler at firstname.lastname@example.org