We interact with employers to establish and maintain employment connections for UF candidates. Use Gator CareerLink (GCL) or the organization’s web site to view their opportunities.
*New Employers to the CRC +Have Recently Taken Action in GCL
Events that help students prepare for or connect with employment
Employer Resume Critique
February 4th, 10am-4pm, CRC Interview Modules
Our Employer Resume Critique Program provides students with the opportunity to have their resume critiqued by employers who are currently working in their industry of interest (i.e. Technical/Non-Technical Industries) and network with employers who are looking to recruit UF’s students and alumni.
Strengths Week 2013
February 11-14, 2013
Know, Grow, & LOVE your strengths during Strengths Week, February 11-14, 2013. More information about the events can be found online at www.strengths.ufl.edu.
UF promotes opportunities for student engagement, leadership, and discovery resulting in citizens who excel in a global and complex society. We believe that by helping students discover their individual strengths, we can work together to create a fulfilling undergraduate experience. StrengthsQuest gives members of the UF community the opportunity to discover their strengths and put them into action.
The Art of Influencing, Presented by Altria
February 11th, 5:10pm-6:10pm, CRC Library
Your ability to influence others will directly impact your success in any job. Understanding people, utilizing sales strategies and crafting targeted messages are key components to helping achieve your organization’s goals. Influencing is also one of the top skills employers from all industries look for in entry level candidates.
Students can join the experts from a top sales company, Altria, to learn how to develop their influencing skills.
Applying Strengths to your First Internship or Full-Time Job
February 12th, 2pm-3pm, CRC Classroom
Your top 5 *StrengthsQuest themes can provide great insight into what work environment, supervisor and job would be a great fit for you. In this session we will explore how understanding your top 5 themes can help students find an internship or full-time job that will capitalize on their unique strengths. Students will learn what to look for when researching opportunities and what to ask in an interview. Most importantly, students will acquire tools that will help them achieve success once they land the job.
College Campus to Corner Office: How to be Successful in Today’s Challenging Workplace, Presented by Altria
February 12th, 5:10pm–6:10pm, CRC Classroom
Students can join Altria to learn how they prepare their recent grads for success. Altria is known for developing leaders and will help prepare students to brand their selves as a future leader, no matter what organization they join.
Strengths-Based Resume Writing & Interviewing
February 14th, 3pm-4pm, CRC Classroom
Students can increase their marketability to employers and self-confidence by incorporating their top 5 *StrengthsQuest themes in their resume and interviews. Students can bring their resume and StrengthsQuest Theme Report to this hands-on session where they have the opportunity to improve their resume content and practice key interview questions.
CLAS Target Leadership Workshop: Leadership Skills from Campus to Career
February 21st, 4:05pm-4:50pm, Farrior Hall-AAF 200
February 21st, 5:10pm-6pm, Farrior Hall-AAF 200
Target will be hosting a leadership series for Liberal Arts Students ONLY! Students can come to this installment, Leadership Skills from Campus to Career, to learn how to transfer their leadership skills to the workplace!
February 23rd, 11am-12pm, CRC Library
Flexibility in career planning is important in today’s world where most people change majors and careers multiple times. To demonstrate that major is often just one of many factors that contribute to a successful career we invite students to this discussion based event where they will have the opportunity to tour the Career Resource Center, hear from family members and other students, and engage in meaningful career conversations.
February 25th, 4pm-4:50pm, CRC Library
With a site of over 180 million people geared for professional networking, students want to take advantage of this platform. After attending this workshop, students will be able to:
• Create a dynamic LinkedIn profile to market yourself and your experiences
• Use LinkedIn’s features like introductions, discussions, home feed, recommendations, groups, etc.
•Successfully utilize LinkedIn to create and maintain professional relationships
Attend information sessions to learn about an organization or hiring process. They are FREE and open to UF faculty, staff, students and alumni.
U.S Department of State – 2pm, International Center (170 HUB)
Harden & Associates-5pm, Reitz Union Room 287
InterContinental Hotels Group-6pm, CRC Conference Room
Ross-5:15pm, Larsen Hall Room 239
Citrix-5:30pm, Weil Hall Room 238
Siemens Corporation-6pm, Reitz Union Room 282
PepsiCo-6:15pm, Weil Hall Room 234
Citibank (LATAM)-6:15, Weil Hall Room 273
MECLABS-4pm, CRC Classroom
Intel Corp-5pm, Pugh 170 & 6:30pm, Ustler Hall
Palisades Hudson Financial Group LLC-5pm, Reitz Union Room 362
Amazon-5:30pm, FLG 230
Fisher Investments-5:30pm, Reitz Union Room 287
Bloomberg-5pm, CRC Library
BP America-6pm, CRC Classroom
Northwestern Mutual Financial Network-7pm, CRC Conference Room
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)-5:15pm, NPB Room1001
Cameron-5:30pm, CRC Library
Apple Inc.-7:30pm, CRC Library
Raytheon-7:30pm, CRC Classroom
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.-6pm Reitz, Union Matthews Suite
Kraft Foods Oscar Mayer Foods Division- 5:30pm, CRC Conference Room
Macy’s- 5:30pm, Reitz Union Grand Ballroom Salon D
Target Corporation-6:30pm, CRC Library
JPMorgan Chase (Technology)-5:15pm, NEB 202
Altria Sales & Distribution-6pm, CRC Library
United States Peace Corps-6:45, NEB Room 101
Harris Corporation-7pm, CRC Library
PepsiCo-4:30pm, Reitz Union Room 346
PepsiCo-6:30pm, Reitz Union Room 285
E&J Gallo Winery-5:30pm, UF Hilton
Schlumberger-6pm, CRC Library