Wall Center for Excellence Workshop Curriculum
Class size is limited to 30 students in each workshop.
Career Launch I: Building a Resume
During this session, students will learn how to construct an effective resume that will get noticed by potential employers. Specific Topics include: • Constructing and quantifying your resume • Seeking an employer versus a job • Job search strategies
Pre-requisite: No pre-requisites
|Fri, 9/12||10:00-11:00am||Wall 229||Sign Up|
|Tues, 9/23||1:30-2:30pm||Wall 229||Sign Up|
Introduction to the Internship
Students that complete a paid internship in their chosen career field are sixty percent (60%) more likely to graduate from college with a job related to their major! It is critical that you get your career started before you graduate. We will discuss the entire internship process, from the search process to the final reflection paper, in this workshop.
Specific topics include:
- Finding the right internship opportunity
- Estblishing realistic expectations
- Defining student learning outcomes
- Reflections on the internship experience
Pre-requisite: No prerequisite
|Fri, 11/7||1:00-2:00pm||Wall 229||Sign Up|
|Mon, 9/15||10:00-11:00am||Wall 229||Sign Up|
|Tues 10/14||3:00-4:00pm||Wall 229||Sign Up|
Tired of the same old PowerPoint presentation? This 90 – 120 minute workshop will demonstrate how effective communicators engage their audience and create memorable presentations that deliver a clear and concise message.
Specific topics include:
- Understanding your audience
- Organizing your presentation
- Effective use of audio and visual components
- Evaluating and adding supporting information including hand-outs and workbooks
- Responding to questions
- Referencing information sources
Pre-requisite: No prerequisites
|Fri, 10/10||10:00-11:30am||Wall 229||Sign Up|
|Tues 10/28||3:00-4:30pm||Room 229||Sign Up|
A Business Card: The Worlds Smallest Resume
A business card is the world’s smallest resume and a quick and effective way to communicate with other professionals. It also identifies you as a professional. In this activity you will develop your own business card (or learn ways to effectively use your established business card) for use in a career search or other networking activities. What should and should not be included on your business card will be discussed as well as where to place pertinent information on your business card are addressed. Advice on networking and establishing credibility will also be provided in the session To complete this Professional Development Activity (PDA) attendance at A Business Card: "World’s Smallest Resume" workshop is required and submission of a printed personal business card to the main Wall Center Office located in Wall 228.
|Mon, 11/3||11:00am-12:00pm||Wall 229||Sign Up|
|Mon, 9/8||10:00-11:00am||Wall 229||Sign Up|
Safe Zone Ally Training Sessions at Coastal Carolina University
The Safe Zone Program provides a visible network of volunteers for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and other individuals seeking information and assistance regarding sexual orientation, gender identity, harassment, and/or discrimination. Safe Zone Allies will participate in a two hour training session and will commit to the Safe Zone program mission. Any student who wants to become a Safe Zone Ally or would just like to learn more about LGBTQ issue should attend one of the following sessions. Wed, Sept 3, 1-3 pm, Edwards 164 OR Tues, Sept 23, 11-1 pm, Singleton 112 OR Mon, Oct 6, 5-7 pm, Edwards 164 OR Thurs, Oct 23, 9-11 am, Singleton 112 OR Fri, Nov 7, 11-1 pm, Edwards 164. To register for a session Call 843-349-2305 For more information, consult the Safe Zone website at www.coastal.edu/safezone. Make sure to let the session facilitator know that you are seeking PDA credit to ensure your attendance is properly documented.
Pre-requisite: Two (2) hour basic training with no pre-requisites.
Unleashing your Resume
You are looking to set yourself apart from the pack. You have your résumé updated and you are looking for that edge that you know you have; but how do you present it to the cruel hiring world? This workshop will demonstrate how to put your know-how, experience and personality in a graphic format that (1) reflects who you are and (2) shows a hiring manager a set of skills that is perfect for the job.
Pre-requisite: Dissatisfaction (or satisfaction) with your current résumé. Lack of a résumé. Possession of a résumé that hasn’t gotten you the attention you deserve or the job you want. 60-90 minutes workshop with time for Q&A.
Advanced Word Features & the Formal Business Report
This workshop introduces students to the advanced Word features that help them be more efficient as they craft business reports, papers, and memos for their classes not only in the Wall College of Business but also across the campus. We will pay particular attention to the use of automated headers for the use in building table of contents, reference tab for building reference sections and correct in-text citations, and extending the hyperlinking found in the Table of Contents to the full paper. To be held in Room 111.
Pre-requisite: Please bring a project/paper to work on during the 1 hour workshop. The session will be scheduled in a computer lab, but you can bring your own computer if you would prefer to use that one.
|Mon, 10/13||3:00-4:00pm||Wall 111||Sign Up|
|Tues 11/18||8:20-9:20am||Wall 111||Sign Up|
|Tues, 9/16||1:40-2:40pm||Wall 111||Sign Up|
Beta Alpha Psi Speaker Series
Each semester Beta Alpha Psi, the Accounting and Finance Honor Society, hosts a variety of guest speakers, including CPAs and CMAs in the local area and other business leaders. The speakers share their stories about their career path and help you choose a path you might want to pursue during and after college. These sessions also provide a great opportunity to interact with your other, faculty, and executives. Additional speaker topics coming soon.
Finance/FMA Club Guest Speaker
Each semester the Finance Club hosts a variety of guest speakers relevant to the finance industry. The spring speaker schedule will be announced soon.
Company Visits (held @ the Company)
The purpose of this PDA is to give students firsthand exposure to business cultures, working environments and the world of work. The structure of the visits vary by company, but typically include a company overview presentation and discussion of its core business strategies, a tour of the facility, discussion of job opportunities, an chance to meet members of the leadership team, and a Q&A session. Limited space is available for these visits so you must sign up below.
|Mon, 10/20||4:00-5:30pm||CCU HTC Center-meet in from of the Rock Climbing Wall inside the HTC Center||Sign Up|
Preparing for Graduate School
In this workshop, the discussion will focus on the process of preparing for grad school. Topics covered will include setting yourself up for success while an undergrad, the lifestyle changes that accompany grad school, what to do if your undergraduate studies seem unrelated to your intended course of study, conducting informational interviews with experts to better understand how a graduate education can help you achieve your goals and the admission process for graduate education.
|Fri, 11/14||10:00-11:00am||Wall 229||Sign Up|
|Mon, 9/22||1:00-2:00pm||Wall 229||Sign Up|
|Thurs 10/9||3:00-4:00pm||Wall 229||Sign Up|
International Cultural Series
This series sponsors various programming focused on international cultures and travel. Programming will include short films and presentations to offer critical and cultural perspectives on the featured region.
SHRM Club Guest Speaker
The mission of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) club is to provide an opportunity for its members to increase management skills and expertise through participation in programs and services designed to improve the professional quality of their knowledge, performance, and leadership ability. The SHRM interacts with students, the community, and other SHRM organizations across the country in pursuit of that goal. Each semester the SCHRM club hosts a variety of guest speakers, events and workshops. More sessions for the spring coming soon.
Marketing Club Guest Speaker
The goal of the Marketing Club is to provide students with the training and tools they will need to succeed in the marketing profession. Students work with local, regional and national companies by conducting marketing research and spearheading various projects, which helps them gain hands-on experience outside of the classroom. They also host speakers from a variety of different companies and organizations throughout the semester. The schedule for the spring coming soon.
Coastal Entrepreneur Organization (CEO) Guest Speaker
The CEO club is an organization that is focused on hands-on experience in planning, starting and running businesses, and other revenue-generating operations. The club also engages in outreach and education about entrepreneurship through the PDAs that the club hosts. The spring PDA schedule will be announced soon.
Beta Gamma Sigma Speaker Series
Each semester Beta Gamma Sigma, the Business Honor Society, hosts a variety of guest speakers in the local area and other business leaders. The speakers share their personal stories, provide career advice, and share valuable business insights. These sessions also provide a great opportunity to interact and network with fellow students, faculty, and business professionals. The schedule of speakers coming soon.
Jaycees Organization Guest Speakers
The Jaycees is an international organization. Junior Chamber International (JCI) is its international arm, with nearly 200,000 young active citizens and over five million alumni - including several world leaders. The United States Junior Chamber exists for active young citizens ages 18 to 40, who bring energy and insight to solving problems locally and around the world. Becoming a member of the Jaycees is a step in the right direction if you are looking to branch out, meet new people, become a civic leader, find new challenges, develop professional skills and make new connections locally, nationally and internationally. As part of its service to he Coastal community Jaycees hosts a variety of PDAs throughout the year.
Career Launch II: The Successful Interview
This workshop will assist students in preparing for an employment interview. Specific topics include: - Researching the employer - Anticipating interview questions - Translating your experiences into marketable skills - Framing your strengths and weaknesses - Following up after the interview
|Thurs 11/6||3:00-4:00pm||Wall 229||Sign Up|
|Tues 11/11||9:30-10:30am||Wall 229||Sign Up|
Executive in Residence (EIR) Speaker Series
The Wall College of Business Administration maintains an Executive in Residence program for the mutual benefit of its business students, faculty and the executives who comprise the program. As part of their service to the university executives deliver a wide array of PDAs, including panels on current topics in business, presentations on areas of expertise, industry insights, and advice on preparing for the "working" world. For background information on participating executives visit: https://www.coastal.edu/business/executivesinresidence/ and http://www.coastal.edu/business/departments/mds/davedoerring/. See below for the EIR schedule for the spring. Additional EIR PDAs coming soon...
|Mon, 11/17||3:00-4:00pm||Budgeting and Forecasting by David Doerring. Specific topics include: Why you want a personal budget, How businesses use budgets, Capturing the relevant information to build a budget, Building a budgeting tool (Excel), Inputs for a better forecast, and Building a forecast model- Wall 229||Sign Up|
|TBD||Panel of Executives Discussing the Employer’s Perspective in Hiring and Developing New Employees. The Panel will conclude with a Q&A Session Answering Questions on Other Aspects of Career Development and Management- Wall 229||Sign Up|
|TBD||Building your Online Reputation by Pete Gasca. Key points include: Business trends in social media, the most popular and most useful types of social media, shaping your online presence before others shape it for you, how to use social media and other online platforms as a networking, career and professional development tool, other benefits of social media, understanding the permanence and dangers of the Internet, and controlling your personal brand.||Sign Up|
Using LinkedIn as a Networking Tool
Main points covered in the PDA include • What is LinkedIn • How employers use LinkedIn • Setting up your own LinkedIn page • Using LinkedIn to find jobs and internships • Considerations when using linked in
|Thr 11/13||3:00-4:00pm||Wall 229||Sign Up|
|Thurs 10/2||2:00-3:00pm||Wall 229||Sign Up|
Budgeting for Your Future
In this PDA you will learn how to manage your finances. Topics include creating a personal budget, credit card, loan, and other debt management strategies, retirement options, and financial and personal goal-setting.
|Wed, 9/17||4:00-5:00pm||Wall 229||Sign Up|
The National Society of Leadership and Success Speaker Series
The Society is an organization that helps people discover and achieve their goals. The Society offers life-changing lectures from the nation’s leading presenters and a community where like-minded, success-oriented individuals come together and help one another succeed. The Society also serves as a powerful force of good in the greater community by encouraging and organizing action to better the world. This semester the Society will sponsor the following webcasts. For more information about the Society and for the complete speaker bios visit: http://www.societyleadership.org/events/speakers.php
Numbers and Bytes Club Speaker Series
Numbers and Bytes is a club focused on technology, networking, job opportunities, and gaming. The schedule of PDA approved events hosted by the N&B club is listed below. More events coming soon...
Identity Theft Awareness and Compliance
This PDA will be delivered by Legal Shield Group Benefits Specialists Sherri Miller and Ann Palmer. Key topics of the workshop include: What is Identity Theft, Types of Identify Theft, Recent Trends, Prevention and Restoration Strategies, How to Safeguard Your Identify Online, Data Breaches, Your Digital Footprint, Business Compliance Requirements and Protecting Your Consumers and Employees
|Mon, 9/29||l0:00-11:00am||Wall 229||Sign Up|
Faculty Mentoring Sessions
Each department within the Wall College of Business arranges mentoring sessions in which students have the opportunity to meet faculty members, and learn about the majors, internships, career, research and leadership opportunities in their discipline. See below for the schedule of mentoring sessions for this semester.
Pre-requisite: These PDAs are intended to assist students with Exploring Major and Career Options in Business.
|Wed., 10/8||3:00-4:20pm||For Accounting, Finance, and Economics Majors-Wall 222 (Wall Boardroom)||Sign Up|
WCOB Distinguished Speaker Series
This purpose of this program is to connect the CCU academic community with highly regarded business leaders and to strengthen the relationship between the Wall College and the business community. See below for the speaker schedule for the upcoming semester.
Wall College Connections
Wall Connections is an all-day event on October 15th that will feature a variety of presentations and interactive sessions delivered by top business professionals, CCU faculty, and students centered around a particular theme. Each session attended during the Wall Connections will count as an approved PDA. To earn PDA credit you must make sure to sign in with your Student ID number, name, and e-mail address during the session. For more details on the event, speakers, and schedule visit the following website: www.coastal.edu/business
Security Exchange Commission (SEC) Presentation
Representatives from the Atlanta Regional Office (ARO) of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) will be presenting on the following topics: Overview of the SEC, career opportunities with the SEC, saving and investing, mutual funds, variable annuities, avoiding fraud and how to research all investments prior to purchase.
|Wed, 10/8||4:20-6:20pm||Wall 116||Sign Up|
Are You Ready to Start Your Own Business (Nick)
Description: When making the “go, no go” decision for starting a new business, answering several clarifying questions can help you decide if you’re really ready for the task ahead, or if more research and planning are necessary. This PDA will walk you through those key questions. Topics include formulating a vision, idea (expanding your vision into a tangible idea), marketing (determining if there is anyone to sell it do?) and finance (if there is a market, how much do I have to charge?)
|Mon, 10/6||10:00-11:00am||Wall 229||Sign Up|
Experience Your World -Enrich Your Life by Studying Abroad
We live in a globally connected world. Consequently, it is important for today"s college graduates to be prepared to adapt and thrive in today"s global marketplace. In this workshop, Dr. Yoav Wachsman, Director of International Programs and Special Projects, outlines the wide range of exciting study-abroad options available to students. By adding an international dimension to their education, students may be better prepared to market themselves to potential employers and to achieve their long-term career objectives. Whether the student participates in a short-term study abroad experience or a full-semester of classes at a partner institution, Coastal Carolina University will work to tailor an international experience that meets each student"s specific needs and financial resources.
|Fri, 9/26||2:00-3:00pm||Wall 229||Sign Up|
|Mon, 10/27||4:00-5:00pm||Wall 229||Sign Up|
|Tues, 11/4||3:00-4:00pm||Wall 229||Sign Up|
Career Insights from Business Professionals Speaker Series
These PDAs will consist of current and former business professionals discussing their work background and career progression and offering their expertise and firsthand advice as it relates to a variety of business related careers, functional areas, job types and industries.
Pre-requisite: These PDAs are intended to assist students with Exploring Major and Career Options in Business.
|Wed 10/1||4:00-5:00pm||Stephen Moore is an American economic writer and policy analyst, who founded and served as president of the Club for Growth from 1999 to 2004. He was a member of the Wall Street Journal editorial board and frequently opines on the pages of their op-ed section. In 2014 the Heritage Foundation announced that Moore would become its chief economist. Moore is known for advocating free-market policies and supply-side economics. Mr. Moore will share his expertise as it relates the following careers/topics in economics: financial analyst and writer, budget, fiscal and monetary policy, policy debates and state issues, policy research, and advancement of policies that increase the rate of economic growth. - Wall 116||Sign Up|
|Wed, 10/22||5:00-6:00pm||David Doerring will share his expertise and experiences as it relates to following careers/topics in accounting and finance: Cost accounting, controller, financial analyst, and payroll. - Wall 116||Sign Up|
|Wed, 10/29||4:00-5:00pm||David Fink will share his expertise and experiences as it relates to the following careers/topics in marketing: Market researcher, brand manager, and marketing manager. - Wall 116||Sign Up|
|Wed, 9/10||4:00-5:00pm||David Fink will share his expertise and experiences as it relates to the following careers/topics in sales: Outsides salesperson and sales manager. - Wall 116||Sign Up|
|Wed, 9/10||5:00-6:00pm||Mike Schroll will share his expertise and experiences as it relates to the following careers/topics in technology-based businesses: Online Marketer, Business Development, Web Developer, Software Development Manager, IT Analyst, System Administrator, and Information Security Engineer. - Wall 116||Sign Up|
|Wed, 9/17||5:00-6:00pm||David Doerring will share his expertise and experiences as it relates to the following careers/topics in manufacturing and management: Supply chain management, manufacturing automation, production planning, transportation, procurement, and operations. - Wall 116||Sign Up|
|Wed, 9/3||4:00-5:00pm||Larry Smith will share his expertise and experiences as it relates to the following careers/topics in the healthcare and real estate industries: Corporate sales, marketing, account management, sales and investments in the real estate industry. Mr. Smith will also discuss his involvement with SCORE "Counselors to Americas Small Business". - Wall 116||Sign Up|
|Wed, 9/3||5:00-6:00pm||David Doerring will share his expertise and experiences as it relates to the following careers/topics in hotel, restaurant and tourism management: Marketing and operations, customer service, and small business start-up. - Wall 116||Sign Up|
Renowned Speaker/Business Professional, Charlie Farrell, Talks Leadership
Charlie Farrell is a renowned keynote speaker and public speaker specializing in business training and development. He has authored numerous articles and two books. Courage to Lead, in its 8th printing, is used by many organizations in their leadership training. It is a novel containing his concepts on becoming a professional manager and leader in a rapidly changing world. Keep Your Wallet Open and Your Mouth Shut is a humorous look at how fathers can survive the wedding of a daughter. Mr. Farrell’s earlier background includes being a banking and finance graduate of the University of South Carolina where he played basketball for Coach Frank McGuire. He flew over 3,000 hours as a fighter pilot (F4, A-4, A-7, F-16) with the Marine Corps and Air National Guard. He owned two commercial printing companies before he began professional development training specializing in programs to develop skills in leadership, teamwork, and personal productivity. Charlie has personally conducted over 3,000 programs for repeat clients such as General Electric, 3M, Mayo Clinic, Federal Reserve Bank, Ocean Spray Cranberry, and Michelin. Charlie is a trained mediator and attended the Harvard Law School Negotiation Workshop taught by Roger Fisher, author of Getting to Yes.
|Tues, 8/26||1:00-2:00pm||Wall 229||Sign Up|
Workshop in Communication in Organizations , Self-perception , and Conflict Management
The knowledge of appropriate communication models and their practice orientation are an essential for the success of employees and managers. Specific topics of the workshop include: - Pivotal techniques of the communication models, such as I-messages, feedback methods, approving repetition, controlled dialogue, and recognizing speech patterns - Berne"s transactional analysis This workshop will be delivered by Dr. Gabriele Wolff from CCUs partner university in Remagen, Germany.
|Wed, 11/19||4:00-5:00pm||Wall 116||Sign Up|
Sponsored by Counseling Services LiveWell@CCU is a series of speakers, workshops and other programs that are centered around the topics of sexual violence, health and wellness, and diversity. The following LiveWell@CCU sessions have been approved as PDAs due to their relevance to both a school and workplace environment. Since these sessions are external to the Wall Center you will need to make sure to let the session facilitator know that you are seeking PDA credit to ensure your attendance is properly documented.
|Mon, 11/10||6:00-7:00pm||Title IX: What is it?: Title IX is a term that is now synonymous with sexual violence. Learn what Title IX is and why it has become so important. - Wall 109||Sign Up|
|Mon, 9/8||6:00-7:00pm||The Long and Endless Night: This program will teach strategies for improving sleep and addressing difficulties such as not falling asleep, waking up often during the night and having trouble going back to sleep, waking up too early in the morning, and un-refreshing sleep. - Wall 109||Sign Up|
|Thur 11/13||6:00-7:00pm||Emotion Regulation: The life of a college student is fast paced and is often hectic. Having tools to self-regulate ones emotions are valuable tools for happiness, fulfillment and inner peace. This workshop will teach easy and practical ways to self-regulate your emotions to meet the demands of modern life. - Wall 210||Sign Up|
|Thur 11/19||6:00-7:00pm||Taking the First steps Toward Overcoming Academic Performance and Test Anxiety: This presentation will focus on some of the key causes and practical strategies that can be used by students to address academic stress and anxiety related to schoolwork, tests and getting organized. Students will be given a variety of tools to utilize and will have the opportunity to practice during the session. - Wall 205||Sign Up|
|Thurs 11/2||6:00-7:00pm||Step Up Bystander Intervention: Learn more about stepping up at CCU! Students have the power to help other students. You will learn about the S.E.E. model and ways to keep our community safe. - Wall 109||Sign Up|
|Thurs, 9/4||6:00-7:00pm||Stress Management: Join this discussion on how to recognize and approach stress from the mindfulness-based perspective. - Wall 210||Sign Up|
|Tues 10/21||6:00-7:00pm||Feel Better Fast: When you are feeling scared, anxious, sad, mad or whatever the feeling may be, you need some proven techniques that can help you feel better right away. These easy to learn methods will be yours to keep at the end of the session. - Wall 210||Sign Up|
|Wed, 10/15||6:00-7:00pm||So Why Can"t We be Friend?: This program will teach strategies for managing conflicts with greater empathy and understanding. Communication and listening skills will be discussed. Characteristics of unhappy and happy relationships and how these relate to ineffective conflict resolution strategies will be explored. - Wall 109||Sign Up|
|Wed, 11/19||6:00-7:00pm||LGBTQ Issues at Work: - Wall 205||Sign Up|
|Wed, 9/24||6:00-7:00pm||Problem Solving: This program will teach students to evaluate information, explore feelings and expectations, and address various ways of approaching and resolving problems. - Wall 109||Sign Up|
|Wed., 8/27||6:00-7:00pm||Coping with Social Anxiety: Do you feel judged by others frequently? Do you fear embarrassing yourself in public? Do you avoid social situations? If the answer is yes you may have social anxiety. Check out this free presentation with helpful information, tips and strategies for dealing with social anxiety. - Wall 210||Sign Up|
German Students Presentations About German Universities
Are you interesting in working, traveling, studying, or just learning more about Germany? Then this PDA is perfect for you! In this session German exchange students will be making presentations on the education system and organizational structure of their universities in Germany. They will also be available for any questions that you may have about their exciting country.
|Wed, 8/27||4:30-6:00pm||Wall 222 (Wall Boardroom)||Sign Up|
Jackson Center Events
The primary focus of the Jackson Family Center for Ethics & Values is to cultivate awareness throughout the academic and surrounding communities of the importance and lifelong rewards of personal and professional integrity. Each year the Jackson Center for Ethics hosts a series of events for the purpose of engaging students and community members in lively discussion of ethical issues. The following Jackson Center sessions have been approved as PDAs . Since these sessions are external to the Wall Center you will need to make sure to let the session facilitator know that you are seeking PDA credit to ensure your attendance is properly documented.
|Thur 10/23||3:30-4:30pm||The Tea and Ethics Panel Discussion- Is CCU a Business - Wheelwright Auditorium||Sign Up|
|Thur 11/13||3:30-4:30pm||The Tea and Ethics by Dr. Cliff Sosis- Living Well: What Does Pleasure and Happiness Have to Do With it? - Edwards Recital Hall||Sign Up|
|Wed, 10/1||3:30-4:30pm||Java Jabber Panel Discussion- Is College Worth the Money? - Kimbel Library||Sign Up|
|Wed, 9/17||3:30-4:30pm||Tea & Ethics by Dr. Dr. Susan Bergeron- Smartphone and Location Privacy: Do We Know Too Much About the Lives of Others? - Edwards Recital Hall||Sign Up|
Alliance Abroad Presentation on Internships in Australia
Description: Alliance Abroad Group (AAG) has been the leader of international recruitment for over 20 years. Since 1992, the company has successfully matched more than 100,000 international students with many of the world’s leading tourism and hospitality companies. Representatives from the organization will be coming to campus to discuss exciting internship opportunities in Australia that you can take part in as a CCU student! For more information visit: http://www.allianceabroad.com/
|Mon, 9/22||4:00-5:00pm||Wall 229||Sign Up|
Career Development Week
During the week of 10/10-10/24/14 there will be a series of events designed to assist you in your career and professional development. These include the following. • Internship Fair (To earn PDA credit for this event you must complete the External PDA Credit Approval form, which can be found by clicking going to: https://www.coastal.edu/business/professionaldevelopmentactivitiespdas/pdaforms/creditapproval.php. Include in the “Overview of Session” section on the form which employers you met with and why, and what you learned from the experience). • Resume Workshop (To earn PDA credit you must bring your student ID card and sign in before leaving the session) • Dress for Success & Fashion Show-Students will learn how to dress appropriately for interviews and the workplace from career counselors, recruiters and retail managers from local and national stores. Includes discussion, fashion show and door prizes from participating retailers. (To earn PDA credit you must bring your student ID card and sign in before leaving the session) • Interview Practice-Speed Dating Style!-Students will practice answering interview questions in a round-robin, speed-dating setting. Alumni and recruiters will serve as interviewers. (To earn PDA credit you must bring your student ID card and sign in before leaving the session) • Employer Buzz Sessions- Regional and National Employers will discuss their company cultures and career opportunities. Students will have the chance to network between sessions. (To earn PDA credit you must bring your student ID card and sign in before leaving the session) More information about how to sign up for these sessions coming soon…..