In-Class Workshops

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Workshop Topics

We Got You Covered: The Nitty-Gritty on Writing Your Résumé, Cover Letter, and Reference Page.

Feeling confused and overwhelmed about writing a résumé and cover letter?  What is the proper etiquette for handling references?  Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered.  This workshop covers basic components and elements of writing your résumé, cover letter, and reference page as well as presents tips on how to make these documents stand out from the crowd when applying for jobs.

Keep Calm and Interview On: How to Ace Your Next Interview

How would you like to nail those tough interview questions and make a positive, lasting impression during an interview?  What about reducing anxiety during the interview process?  This workshop covers basic etiquette and expectations of the interview process.  Also included in this workshop is an essential formula you can use to answer tough interview questions.

Razzle-Dazzle *em!

With so many people applying for jobs, it can be tough standing out from the crowd.  In this workshop, JCS will go through the job search process and discuss how you can maximize your job search skills to zone in and target those jobs you want.  The second half of the workshop discusses the importance of a professional presence and how you can wow potential employers. 

Linking In to LinkedIn

Social media is growing and here to stay, but did you know that social media can be used to find jobs and connect with potential employers?  Introducing LinkedIn; a social media site created exclusively to help you advance your career goals and find your dream job.  LinkedIn is a must-have profile for anyone looking to rapidly advance their career.  This workshop can be added to any current workshops for a quick tutorial on what LinkedIn is and how it works.  

Cultural Intelligence (CQ)

The workforce is becoming more global every year. Companies increasingly work with international clients, suppliers, and partners. What does this mean for you? You will work with individuals from diverse backgrounds. Learning how to constructively interact with a wide array of people will give you an employment edge. In essence, you need to increase your CQ (Cultural IQ). This workshop introduces the topic of CQ and gives some suggestion on how to cultivate yours.

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Workshops students or alumni can sign up for:

The Modern Resume 

Preparing a resume is the first step to creating a favorable impression with any future employer. Too often, the basics of researching, writing, and organizing resumes are ignored, but a professional resume can mean the difference between getting or not getting an interview and the job you want. The Modern Resume workshop is an interactive workshop that will teach you how to organize your resume, properly format your resume, and create a resume that is tailored to the desired position. For more information, please visit the Events section of the Office of Career and Job Placement page, or email us at

Professionalism for College Students

Your behavior in the workplace represents both you and your company. A successful employee will aim to behave professionally. Professionalism for College Students is a two-part training session intended to expose student employees to concepts and habits of professionalism in the workplace that can bolster current and future career success.  The training is designed to inspire good judgment, dependability, initiative, and responsibility in the workplace while providing transferable job skills to support future employment opportunities. Students RSVP via myCNM, Financial Aid tab, Student Employee Learning, Student Employee Training, register for "Professionalism for College Students" 

Employment Workshops

Video Presentations

The Nitty-Gritty on Writing Your Résumé, Cover Letter, and Reference Page.

Keep Calm and Interview On: How to Ace Your Next Interview

Linking In to LinkedIn

Razzle-Dazzle 'em!

You got laid off. Now what?

Cultural Intelligence (CQ)