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Career Essentials: Networking for a Job Search

April 24, 2018: 12:30 PM - 1:00 PM

The Career Essentials webinar series is designed to provide useful tips and tools to enhance your career management process. 

Where

Online
Chicago, IL

Cost

No Charge

Questions

Katie Ward-Mytinger, Associate Director, Career Services

Other Information

CAREER ESSENTIALS WEBINAR ACCESS


For complete access the Career Essentials programs, you will need to join both the online meeting and the audio conference. Please follow the instructions below:

To join the webinar presentation:

Go to Webex.
Enter your first and last name and email address.
Click Enter Lobby.
*Participants may join a meeting 15 minutes prior to the start time. If you connect earlier than that time you may not see the correct date and time.

To join the audio conference, you have two options.

Have the Webex call your phone:

Dial: (866) 282-7366.
Enter Access Code: 929509265#.
If prompted for an Attendee ID, press 3#.
Place your phone on mute.

Use the audio on your computer:

Under Connect to Audio, click More.

Click Call Using Computer.
Enter Access Code: 929509265#.
Place your computer on mute.
If you have the Webex App, you can also use the VoIP (Voice over Intranet Protocol) audio feature in WebEx by selecting Connect using Internet when prompted.

Event Details

This series of short presentations focuses on topics most relevant to students at various points throughout their careers. Some topic will be offered twice each quarter both in person before class and via webinar on weekdays. Other topics are recorded and accessible online at any time.

Speaker Profiles

Joe Guarascio (Speaker)
Senior Associate Director, Career Management, University of Chicago - Booth School of Business
University of Chicago - Booth School of Business


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