How do you wish to come across to your colleagues and professional network? Which attributes do you hope to present in the professional world? How do you want to work to perceive and “evaluate you? Join this session with Elizabeth Chominski to discuss how to build relationships that will inevitably better position you for a productive professional life.
Elizabeth is the Senior Associate Director in Business Career Services at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. Elizabeth oversees Career Services for students within the Graduate Business Programs. Elizabeth has over 10 years’ experience in career advising, job placement, employer engagement and has been active in developing and cultivating relationships with employers to recruit Illinois Business students.
This year, food will only be served from 12-12:15PM, followed by a 40 minute presentation, giving interns ample time to return to their offices by 1PM.
C-U Hack Night will be at EnterpriseWorks in June and July. The new community group CU HackNight will meet in the EnterpriseWorks atrium every Tuesday evening from 6-pm, and there will be no meeting on July 4. CU Hack Night is a weekly ongoing meetup of diverse people from our local community. Our focus is problem-solving, using our collective skills. Most of their work is computer based, but it doesn't have to be limited to technology. Dinner is part of the meeting. It's worth emphasizing that CU Hack Night is not a competive contest (or "hackathon"). All our welcome. More information at the group here: http://cuhacknight.org/
Chair yoga does not require any outside items--which is why it is the perfect way to stay active at work. Just bring yourself and learn techniques on how to break up the long stretches of sitting throughout the day. Smoothie King will be catering, first come first served.