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Prepare for your career after College

Our 2-day boot camp provides a set of powerful interactive recruitment techniques to master the interview process and secure job placement. It's intended for those looking to learn what it takes to succeed in obtaining a job and build career pathways by using leadership soft skills.

Navigating the job Search through interactive group exercise

Boot Camp Day 1

Boot Camp Day 2

Boot Camp Day 2

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Focus on building skills across the job search by networking, applying, and interviewing through group exercises.

Boot Camp Day 2

Boot Camp Day 2

Boot Camp Day 2

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Return in one week to revisit the job search skills and deepen interview abilities by putting the knowledge learned into practice.

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MOTIVATION & GOAL SETTING

Concretize your career dream! Prioritize, add details to make your career vision come to life. Make a timeline for what you want to achieve and how to achieve it.


Interactive Activity: You will create a career vision board while challenging yourself to take steps and leaps towards your dream job



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Networking

Learn your value proposition. Know critical components of effective communication. Demonstrate the ability to make an impression in a group. Gain confidence in a variety of networking environments.


Interactive Activity: Practice your elevator pitch with mock career fairs, LinkedIn connections, and conferences. 

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Applying For a Job

Develop practices to manage personal stress. Know the components parts of writing an effective email to a recruiter or current employer.


Interactive Activity: Learn the secrets to applying and create goals to achieve responses from employers.

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Presenting your Best

Know appropriate and inappropriate professional presentation and behavior. Experience steps to prepare for an interview


Interactive Activity: Come dressed in your professional attire and be ready to role-play the interview process. 

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Interviewing

Know the steps for success during interviews. Define a mindset to overcome challenges in an interview setting.

Interactive Activity: There are many forms of interviewing; let’s learn the best approach to win in any type.

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Action planning

Outlining goals for interviewing successfully. Organize gaols by urgency and importance.

Interactive Activity: You’ll walk away with a detailed plan from techniques learned during the boot camps. 

Overview

Our boot camps provide a set of powerful interactive recruitment tools and techniques to master the interview process and secure job placement. It's intended for those looking to learn what it takes to succeed in obtaining a job and build longevity that equals progression.

Program Benefits

  • Teach students about their career options
  • Coach students through writing resume & cover letters
  • Help students improve their interview technique
  • Create credentials for soft skills/critical thinking 

Program Outcomes

  • Focus on building skills across the job search by networking, applying, and interviewing through group exercises. 
  • Focus on revisiting the job search skills, deepening interview abilities, and putting all of the knowledge learned into practice.
  • Network with many college students

Who Should Attend

  • College students at any year level preparing for a job or internship 
  • Recent Alumni 

Boot camp PReparation

Pre-Work (1 hour)

  • 30-45 seconds of self-recordings of interview FAQs
  • Personal career goals and gaps
  • Self-assessment of job search capabilities
  • Draft a resume and cover letter

Boot camp Day 1

Goals and Motivation (2 Hours)

You will create a career vision board while challenging yourself to take steps and leaps towards your dream job.

  • Having a realistic career plan in place is often an essential part of career growth and our personal growth and development. Without goals to strive, people find it difficult to stray from the comfortable norm or to gain skills that make them a more valuable commodity in the business world. 
  • By planning for the future and setting a specific timeline for accomplishing the things you want to achieve, you will find that your career plan is an effective way to ensure you never lose motivation along the way. Between the accountability of having fixed objectives and the inspiration you'll receive when you attain your career growth goals, your career plan is an opportunity to maximize your true potential.

Networking (2 Hours)

Practice your elevator pitch with mock career fairs, LinkedIn connections and conferences, and much more. 

  • By continually putting yourself out there and meeting new people, you’re effectively stepping outside your comfort zone and building invaluable social skills and self-confidence that you can take with you anywhere. The more you network, the more you’ll grow and learn how to make lasting connections.
  • Regularly networking within your industry and discipline can set you up well to progress in your career. You can raise your professional profile and broaden your access to opportunities.
  • Attending professional and social events will help to get your face known. 
  • Professional networking opens many doors in the form of career advice, lasting relationships, and even landing your dream role. You never know who might be hiring for your ideal job, or know someone who is, and the more people you have in your network, the likelier you are to be the first to know when those significant job opportunities pop up. 

Applying For A Job (1 Hour)

Learn the secrets to applying and create goals to achieve responses from employers Decide what kind of job you want. To streamline the job application process, examine what your needs and desires are for employment. You can narrow down your options by taking a few things into consideration

  • Research before you begin sending out resumes and cover letters look into the companies you are applying for.
  • Write a resume, even if the job you want doesn’t require the submission of a traditional resume; having an up-to-date resume is highly recommended. Resumes not only outline your education and work history, but they can also point to specific projects you’ve worked on or awards you’ve won.
  • Write a cover letter if necessary. Make sure it is specific to both the company and the job. If possible, address the contact letter to a specific contact person. This demonstrates that you took the time to research the information and are not simply mass-emailing every employer you can find.
  • Locate references. Though you may not have to provide a list of references right away, it is wise to tap people early to ask whether they would consider being a professional reference for you.
  • Apply. Once you have fine-tuned your resume and cover letter, it is time to begin the application process.
  • Follow up. Checking on the status of your application shows your interest in the position and ensures that your application materials have made it to the appropriate person.

Action Planning (1 Hour)

You’ll walk away with a detailed plan from the techniques learned during the boot camp. 

  • It clarifies timescales. Setting out all the tasks that need to be done to achieve a particular objective and making decisions about how much resource is available for each task, allows for a realistic assessment of how long the overall action plan will take. Every action in an action plan should have a clear completion date.
  • It identifies measures of success. Measures of success are like stepping stones towards a larger objective. They provide a way of measuring progress towards that goal.

Boot Camp Day 2

Presenting Your Best Self (1 Hour)

Come prepared with your professional attire and ready to role-play the interview process. 

  • Judgment-Your outward appearance in an interview is an employer's first glimpse of your judgment skills. Dressing appropriately for work isn’t simply a matter of looking professional; it’s also an indication that you recognize that norms and standards exist because they are expectations that need to be followed. Even if you believe that you should be judged on your talent and ability and not on your appearance, dressing appropriately for the situation shows that you have respect for your employer and clients. You are willing to follow the directives in the workplace.
  • Confidence-Dressing professionally can give you a boost of confidence, and put you in a work frame of mind. It’s even recommended that you dress in work attire for telephone interviews, simply because it puts you in a different mindset than if you are interviewing in your bathrobe or a pair of shorts. When you look your best, it has the potential to bring out your best performance.
  • Respect- Dressing in the right attire for an interview shows that you’re serious about the job, respectful of the interviewer's time, and are genuinely interested in the position. It also demonstrates an understanding of the corporate culture and showcases you as someone who would fit easily into the workplace dynamic.

Interviewing (3 Hours)

There are many forms of an interview; let’s learn the best approach to win in any type

  • Planning & Preparation 
  • Building Rapport 
  • Guiding the conversation 
  • Fear of silence 
  • Art of listening 
  • Use (and misuse) of questions and questioning techniques. 
  • Follow-Up 

Action Planning (1 Hour)

You’ll walk away with a detailed plan from the techniques learned during the boot camps. 

  • It provides an opportunity for reflection. Before beginning something, it is helpful to think about what has happened before, what actions have brought about success or partial success, and what steps have not helped.
  • It creates ownership and accountability. When people are involved in developing an action plan, they are more likely to contribute realistic suggestions that are often things they have some influence over. The involvement process creates a sense of individual and collective ownership of the action plan. This ownership allows for tasks to be allocated to different people, creating accountability. Individuals who are assigned tasks know they are responsible for these and that they will need to report progress at agreed intervals.

Boot camp Dates

2/21/2020 2/28/2020

Boot Camp 1 & 2 (NO MORE SPACE AVAILABLE)

9am - 4pm

Midtown-Manhattan, NY

Event Details

2/21/2020 2/28/2020

Boot Camp 1 & 2 (NO MORE SPACE AVAILABLE)

Boot camp 1 focuses on building skills across the job search by networking, applying, and interviewing through group exercises. You will ret...

Event Details

9am - 4pm

Midtown-Manhattan, NY

2/22/2020 2/29/2020

Boot Camp 1 & 2 (NO MORE SPACE AVAILABLE)

9am - 4pm

Midtown-Manhattan, NY

Event Details

2/22/2020 2/29/2020

Boot Camp 1 & 2 (NO MORE SPACE AVAILABLE)

Boot camp 1 focuses on building skills across the job search by networking, applying, and interviewing through group exercises. You will ret...

Event Details

9am - 4pm

Midtown-Manhattan, NY

3/6/2020 3/13/2020

Boot Camp 1 & 2 (NO MORE SPACE AVAILABLE)

9am - 4pm

Midtown-Manhattan, NY

Event Details

3/6/2020 3/13/2020

Boot Camp 1 & 2 (NO MORE SPACE AVAILABLE)

Boot camp 1 focuses on building skills across the job search by networking, applying, and interviewing through group exercises. You will ret...

Event Details

9am - 4pm

Midtown-Manhattan, NY

3/7/2020 3/14/2020

Boot Camp 1 & 2

9am - 4pm

Midtown-Manhattan, NY

Event Details

3/7/2020 3/14/2020

Boot Camp 1 & 2

Boot camp 1 focuses on building skills across the job search by networking, applying, and interviewing through group exercises. You will ret...

Event Details

9am - 4pm

Midtown-Manhattan, NY

We accept 10 participants for each boot camp sessions, therefore, seats are limited. During selections we focus on bringing students from different schools with similar majors to increase networking opportunities. Complete the below form for more information on location details and enrollment fees.