Event: WORKSHOP: Internships for Summer and Fall Semester

Date: Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Time: 12:35 pm

Location: SLC 108

Description: An internship is an incredibly valuable way to learn about a career field, build your
skills and your network while in college. Participants in this workshop, will discuss how to find
and secure internships for this summer and fall semester, and learn the procedures in securing
the internships for academic credit.

EVENT: College Possible Tabling Event
DATE: Thursday, March 28
TIME: 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
LOCATION: Toner Lobby
DESCRIPTION: Come meet Jenna Phelps ‘18, an SMU alum, who is currently working with
College Possible! College Possible is currently looking to hire graduating seniors who want to
work in education equality by helping low-income, first-generation students get to and through
college. Come learn more about one of the best experiences you can have in the education field
and how we can help you!

EVENT: Workshop – Maximizing Your Student Athlete Experience through your Resume and
DATE: Wednesday, April 3, 2019
TIME: 12:35 pm 1:05 pm
LOCATION: Salvi Lecture Hall
DESCRIPTION: Student Athletes make for great employees, so long as you translate the great
things you gained from your team experience into a languages that tells employers what skills
you bring to the table. Participants in this session will learn what employers are looking for,
identify what transferrable skills your experiences translate into and ways to add it to your
resume and interview answers

Event: WORKSHOP: Cultural Awareness and the use of Professional Language in the


Date: Wednesday, April 5
Time: 12:35 pm
Location: SLC 108
Presenter: Rashika Webb
Description: What’s classed as normal behavior in one culture can sometimes be
unacceptable, or even offensive in another. The same can be said for our use of language. As
you move through your career, it’s vital to know how to communicate successfully with people
from different cultures. Come reinforce your ability to communicate cultural awareness, embrace
cultural diversity, and appreciate difference.