UCS Program Request
For U.Va. Department Representatives and Student Organization Group Presentations
- Program requests for the 2013-14 academic year are now being accepted for dates on or after September 9th, 2013. Please keep in mind program request forms need to be received two weeks prior to the proposed program date.
- If you would like for University Career Services (UCS) to come to your organization, class, or event and make a presentation please click the link to request a presentation below. Feel free to browse the programs we have available and find which topic would best serve your organization. UCS will work with you to schedule a program at a mutually convenient time. Often, late afternoon/early evening times or lunch hour times work well. We prefer to have groups come to UCS for programs in order to have the opportunity to show students UCS library resources; however, other locations can be accommodated when appropriate.
- Although they can be shortened, these programs typically last 45 minutes and when combined with an overview of UCS programs and services may last up to 1 hour.
- Complete the Program Request Form at least 2 weeks before the desired program date. Only one program topic area may be requested at a time. A UCS staff member will contact you to follow up on your request. You may request a specific UCS staff member in the comments section. Presentations are conducted by UCS staff and/or Career Peer Educators.
- Faculty and Staff
- To discuss options for programs, please call our main line at (434) 924-8900 or contact the appropriate staff member for your topic.
- Resume Writing * request this program
- Did you know that employers spend an average of 15 - 30 seconds reviewing a resume? Learn how to make yours stand out! This interactive presentation allows you to learn the strategies and techniques the professionals use to improve your resume. Also, get the opportunity to utilize the skills learned to critique an actual resume.
- Internship Search Strategies * request this program
- Internships are a great way to develop specific skills and knowledge, as well as make contacts and build confidence. Let University Career Services help you explore the many ways you can gain experience as well as learn strategies on finding the internships that can help you in your career path, or even to show diversity on your resume for summer employment.
- Job Search Strategies request this program
- Understanding and knowing more than one or two resources to effective job search is very important. Utilizing different resources gives you a better chance of being successful in your search. This presentation focuses on the steps in the job searching process and how you can think more creatively to find jobs that compliment you. Let University Career Services help you find the resources to make your search more efficient.
* Denotes programs often filled by Career Peer Educators.
Need a program on a topic other than those listed here? Contact us for more information about creating a customized program for your group.