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Request a Presentation

Please note that Career Services will make a good faith effort to accommodate all presentation requests, but cannot guarantee staff availability. After you submit the online form below, a staff member will reach out to follow up on your request. 

Requestor's Name:
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Nature of presentation (select one):
Please specify the name of the group, class, or program the presentation is for:
First choice date for presentation:

Please allow a minimum of two weeks.

Alternate choice date for presentation:

Requested start time for presentation:
Requested length of presentation:
Location of presentation:
Projected number of attendees:
Topic (select one - see full descriptions below):
Additional information and comments:

Please include information about the audience, expectations, goals, and details that will allow Career Services staff to develop content aligned to the audience (for example: sophomore biology majors.)

Topic Descriptions

Designing Your UR (50 or 25 mins)
This interactive presentation and workshop will help students identify themes in their interests and past experiences and explore the exciting experiential opportunities offered at the University. Students will leave this session with the ability to think proactively about ways to maximize their UR experience.

Future of the World of Work (50 or 25 mins)
This interactive session will introduce students to the demands and expectations of the future world of work and teach them how to leverage the skills and experiences gained through their UR education to succeed in today's changing landscape. 

What Employers Want (50 or 25 mins)
When pursuing opportunities, students often wonder what employers look for in potential applicants and how they can stand out.  This session will provide students with the inside scoop about the skills and qualities employers seek in new hires and tips for how to be most competitive in the market.

Personal Branding and Storytelling (50 mins)
Storytelling is one of the core career management skills for the future of work. This interactive session will allow students to reflect on their career attributes, identify ideas for their personal brand, and develop the confidence to articulate their personal stories within a career context. 

Resumes and Cover Letters (50 or 25 mins)
General presentation and workshop on resume and cover letters. 

Internship and Job Search (50 or 25 mins)
General presentation and workshop on internship and job search.

Interviewing (50 or 25 mins)
General presentation and workshop on interviewing.

Professional Communication (50 mins)
General presentation and workshop on professional communication skills.

LinkedIn (50 mins)
General presentation and workshop on creating and using LinkedIn.

Career Services and SpiderConnect Overview (25 mins)
General introduction to the programs, services, and resources that Career Services offers to support students.