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AWC Transfer and Career Event: Technical Career Emphasis

Learn about career possibilities in your AWC major (Technical Career Emphasis). Learn about current and future jobs, internships and volunteer opportunities from agencies and employers. Find out what it takes to transfer to a university. Hear from representatives from ASU, UA, NAU and other universities to find out who has the program you’re interested in, or to explore what’s available at each university.

AWC Transfer and Career Event: STEM Emphasis

Learn about career possibilities in your AWC major (STEM Emphasis). Learn about current and future jobs, internships and volunteer opportunities from agencies and employers. Find out what it takes to transfer to a university. Hear from representatives from ASU, UA, NAU and other universities to find out who has the program you’re interested in, or to explore what’s available at each university.

AWC Transfer and Career Event: Public Safety Emphasis

Learn about career possibilities in your AWC major (Public Safety Emphasis). Learn about current and future jobs, internships and volunteer opportunities from agencies and employers. Find out what it takes to transfer to a university. Hear from representatives from ASU, UA, NAU and other universities to find out who has the program you’re interested in, or to explore what’s available at each university.

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Career Workshops and Presentations

AWC Career Services partners with faculty, staff, and student organizations to offer a series of professional development workshops or guest lectures. We can come to your classroom, meeting, or event to deliver an interactive presentation, which allows students to learn from each other and establishes social norms around the importance of career.

Please submit your request at least two weeks prior to your preferred presentation date; we will respond within 3 business days. Please note that a minimum of 12 participants are required for each workshop.

Career Services Workshop Topics

Academic Planning (approx. 90 minutes)   

Participants will determine what courses they need, establish a definite program completion date by planning a full academic plan, and help the college identify and plan for the courses they will need.

Career Exploration and overview of 5 Stage Process (approx. 60-90 minutes)   

Participants will learn how to explore job options and research career paths within their field of study. Participants will also explore individual strengths, interests, and values to identify possibilities and direction while engaging in AWC’s 5 Stage Process of exploration. This presentation features information on salaries, industry growth predictions and commonly recruited skills. 

Overview of Career Services/Jobs for Matadors (30 mins or less)  

Participants will experience a step-by-step guide in setting up their student employment profile for on and off campus jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities. 

Resume/Cover Letters (approx. 90 minutes)  

Participants will reflect upon their experiences, achievements, and accomplishments, develop a document with appropriate fonts, format, and content to support their personal/professional brand, and be provided with the tools to create a professional resume and cover letter to showcase their experiences to obtain employment. 

Interviewing Tips and Techniques (approx. 90 minutes) 

Participants will learn about appropriate dress and body language for interviews and how to create their own brand while remaining professional. Participants will also reflect on their experiences, learn how to craft a story, and how to appropriately articulate the story to employers through the STAR response method. 

Network and Relationship Building (approx. 60-90 minutes) 

Participants will learn about social networking theory as it relates to their lives, different types of networks, and how to develop professional relationships that can enhance future career opportunities. 

Contact Info

Phone: (928) 344-7624
Fax: (928) 344-7710
Location: 3C - Top Floor
Hours:
  • Monday - Thursday: 8:00am - 6:00pm

  • Friday (remote only): 9:00am - 3:00pm