How to Standout when Speaking with Recruiters
Have you ever wondered how to talk to an employer? Maybe the idea of networking is scary. If this sounds like you, tune in to part one of our Employer Relations Series where we interview former recruiter turned current Director of Employer Relations, Toni, on all things employers!
How to Pivot your Interests into a Career
February is Boost your Self-Esteem Month! Here on Fire-Works, we know how our careers can affect our self-esteem, especially when they’re not exactly aligned with our interests. Join our discussion with Alex Sager, a member of our CPDS Staff but also a small business owner who didn’t have the direct career path he had originally planned.
Insight to the International Experience at ASU
Join our chat with Julia Tebben, the Associate Director of the Global Career Initiatives, and Pragya Sharma, a current international student and overall superstar, to talk about the international student experience. We discuss tips for integrating into a foreign community, how to best develop your career abroad, and our favorite goodies that we always leave space for in our suitcases.
Converting Volunteer Experience into a Career
Your volunteer experience matters! Join us and our guest Mary McGillicuddy, previous volunteer coordinator, career advisor, and avid community organizer to learn about how to discuss experiential learning opportunities with employers and on our resumes.
Celebrating First Generation College Students pt. 1
Join us in this two-part episode to celebrate our first-generation students at ASU! In this episode with Mercedes Amador and Fatima Botello, we discuss what it means to be first-generation college students and how that has allowed them to develop a community here at ASU.
Celebrating First Generation College Students pt. 2
Join us for the second part of the series created to celebrate our first-generation students at ASU! In this episode with Mercedes Amador and Fatima Botello, we continue our conversation of what it means to be a first-generation college student and discuss experiences and resources that are available.