Workshops, Training and Appointments
The Career Services Office offers a variety of workshops and training programs and encourages you to reach out for one-on-one appointments for help with your career journey:
- Resume Writing Workshop
The Resume Writing Workshop is for students who are in the beginning stages of resume development. This workshop breaks down the resume section by section and goes over what to include, what not to include, and how to properly format your resume.
- Cover Letter Writing Workshop
The Cover Letter Writing Workshop goes over the fundamentals of constructing a cover letter.
- Need Help with Your Resume?
Career assistants are available by appointment to help students with resume preparation. To schedule an appointment, email firstname.lastname@example.org, call (315) 781-3514 or stop by the office!
- Schedule an appointment with a Career Counselor
Set up a mock interview, discuss your resume/cover letter or receive guidance on accepting, negotiating or declining a job offer. To schedule an appointment with a Career Counselor, email email@example.com, call (315) 781-3514 or stop by the office.
- Resume/Cover Letter Clinics
Weekly resume/cover letter clinics help students who need to make quick updates to their materials or need them looked over quickly before they submit them to opportunities. These are 20-minute appointments and are not recommended for students who are still in the beginning stage of developing their resume and cover letter.
- Salisbury Diversity Fellows: BIPOC, LGBTQ+ and First Generation students - we have a program specifically designed for you. Learn more.
- Finance Training
- Pillars of Wall Street. Courses teach participants the pillars that serve as cornerstones of financial careers including financial accounting, financial modeling and Excel, corporate valuation and transaction structuring. To register, please complete the form in Handshake.
- Training the Street. Modules are available to sign out including Fundamentals of Financial Accounting & Analysis, Fundamentals of Corporate Valuation, Merger Modeling, Relative Valuation and Financial Modeling. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
- Excel Training: A self-paced Canvas course created by Professor of Economics Tom Drennen for all students, learn the basics of Excel.
- Forage: Virtual Work Experience Programs are free, open-access and self-paced. No experience or application is required. Fields include Consulting, Engineering, Finance, Human Resources, Law, Marketing and Media, Social Impact and Technology.
- MIT Open Courseware: OCW is a free and open publication of material from thousands of MIT courses covering the entire MIT curriculum – that’s every MIT department and degree program, and ranging from the introductory to the most advanced graduate level. There’s no signup, no enrollment and no start or end dates. The entire OCW collection is always here for you. Freely browse and use it at your own pace.
- Software and Web Tool Support and Education provided by HWS IT Services.