From getting noticed on the job application to acing the interview, the hiring process can be daunting for many, especially in a virtual landscape. If you are wondering what you can do to stand out and really grab the attention of hiring managers, join us for this webinar to get the inside scoop from a recruiter on how to land your next position.
In this webinar, Erika Ortiz ’12, Human Resources lead for Talent Acquisition, Diversity Engagement, and Delivery at Johnson & Johnson, will share her advice on effective job searching techniques, strategies for preparing for the interview, and how to put your best foot forward.
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Whether you are job searching, beginning a new career, or joining a new team, building relationships is key to your success. However, with little in-person, face-to-face interactions, networking and relationship building can feel a bit strange and stressful.
In this webinar, Pete Linn ’16, Human Resources Global Employee Support associate at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., will share advice on how to prepare for and host effective virtual networking meetings, ways to show value as a new employee, and qualities that make a strong teammate, both in the office or virtually.
The symposium assembles experts from a wide range of disciplines in the government, nonprofit, academic, community, and private sectors to examine topics at the intersection of human rights and the environment and propose solutions for the future. Keynote speakers and panelists will address regulatory responses, litigation, academic and scientific discourse, and the activist movements that have shaped the intersection between human rights and the environment.
Join faculty and staff facilitators for a campus-wide book discussion on Ibram X. Kendi’s How to Be an Antiracist.
Get a free copy of the book today (first come, first served) from the Monmouth University Bookstore!
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Each year, Monmouth University observes National Black History Month throughout the month of February. Originating in 1926 under the vision of African American historian Carter G. Woodson, Black History Month provides opportunities for all members of the university to explore the histories, legacies, and current contributions of individuals across the African Diaspora. Join the Black History Month Planning Committee for our month-long virtual event series including events organized by students, faculty, and staff.