Working in the US with Americans - Free Career Guides
In April 2015, I was a guest trainer at Binghamton University through the Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development. The session, called How to Prepare for the Real Work World, was a cross-cultural training session for international students which focused on college to workplace etiquette and expectations. The poster that was used to advertise for that program is pictured to the right.
The Fleishman Center's Website provides great career and professional development resources not only for students but anyone, anywhere who wants to build their career from the ground up, especially in the conext of working with Americans in the United States. The website provides free downloads under the topics of career planning, internships and job search and applying to grad school.
A few of our topics picks include:
How to be a Good Conversationalist (Small talk)
Presenting Yourself Professionally
To see all the quick reference guides, click here.
To learn more about corporate to college seminars and workshops for international students in the U.S., click here.
Labels: Career Building