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Don’t miss SOC Career Week

The time to jump start your professional portfolio is now! ¬†Loyola University Chicago School of Communication’s Career Week 2013 is designed for you to land an internship or job by giving you all the tools you need to blow the competition away. Join us January 29-31 for interactive workshops and events to give you the skills and confidence to succeed in your job search and career positions. Each of these events will take place in the late afternoon and will feature food, giveaways, resume critiques, fashion advice, interview-skill building, networking opportunities, and the chance to gain invaluable time and advice from some of Chicago’s top professionals. Then, join the school on February 5 for the annual Career and Internship Fair.

Whether you’re seeking a first internship, a post-graduate full-time position, or looking to improve your interviewing or networking skills, these are can’t-miss events.

  • Tuesday, January 29: How I Got My Job: Conversations with Young Alumni and Resume Workshop | Regents Hall | 4 – 6 p.m
  • Wednesday, January 30: Nail that Interview, Land the Job: Interview Do’s and Don’ts | Regents Hall | 4 – 6 p.m
  • Thursday, January 31: Shut Up, Suit Up: Tailor Yourself on a Student Budget | SOC Lobby | 4-5:30p.m
  • Tuesday, February 5: Career and Internship Fair | Knickerbocker Hotel, 163 E. Walton Street | 3-5:30 p.m

For more information, visit blogs.luc.edu/SOC.

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