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Researching the organization ahead of time, practicing common questions, and preparing your trip to the interview location are all pre-interview to-do’s! Make sure you know how to prepare before an interview to ensure the day of the interview goes perfectly. You'll also learn valuable follow-up strategies that help employers remember you in a positive way.
Mark Siegel is an award-winning illustrator and author of several children’s picture books and graphic novels, including the New York Times bestseller "Sailor Twain, or The Mermaid in the Hudson." Siegel is the founder and editorial director of First Second Books, an imprint of Macmillan Publishers that creates graphic novels for every age category, in a wide range of themes and styles, with talent from all over the world.
Calling all Spanish, Chinese, Portuguese, Arabic, French and Russian majors and minors! Become a Consular Fellow, and use your language proficiency as part of a unique national service program which involves working in U.S. embassies and consulates abroad.
Meet Kenneth Chavez, the U.S. Department of State diplomat in Residence for the Southwest United States, as he discusses the Consular Fellows Program. Mr. Chavez is available to answer questions and share insights with those interested in foreign and civil service careers, internships and fellowships.
Charles Lee, associate professor, justice and social inquiry, School of Social Transformation
John Carlson, associate professor, religious studies; associate director of the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict at Arizona State University
Heather Curry, assistant professor of communication, College of Integrative Sciences and Arts
Join Graduate Education and our Community of Scholars partners for our new Core Success Series graduate student professional development series. These introductory-level seminars and skill-builder workshops are designed to familiarize graduate students with the fundamentals of graduate-level scholarship and introduce practices and principles that will help you advance your graduate career.
Have you always wanted to study abroad? Take the first step by coming to the School of Human Evolution and Social Change study abroad information session.
Join us for the largest career event of the semester! Meet top employers from a variety of industries seeking to hire students and alumni from all majors for open career and internship opportunities. Whether you are actively seeking employment or are just starting to explore your career interests, this event is for you. Professional dress is encouraged.
In its 48th season, the Symphony returns for an Evening at the Movies. Enjoy great music themes from Star Wars, Superman, E.T., Star Trek, The Magnificent 7, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, and Laura’s Theme from Doctor Zhivago.
The Pink Panther and scores from Oklahoma, The Music Man and My Fair Lady are guaranteed to send everyone home whistling!
If you are looking for a great family event, this is a wonderful opportunity to introduce children to the symphony with a fun theme this year! This performance is perfect for all ages to enjoy.
Richard Morrison is a businessman, lawyer and civic leader. He is the author of the recently published book entitled Activate Human Capital. In his book, Morrison presents eight people-focused principles of management designed to help managers to better empower and motivate their employees. Richard will be discussing his new book with Arizona State University students.