Your Career Kickstart: Leveling Up your Confidence to Land the Career of Your Dreams
About this presentation
In this presentation, you will do a confidence audit. How confident are you in your own knowledge, skills, and abilities? You will learn how to improve your job search process and get hired sooner rather than later. I will discuss resume writing tips, how to enhance your LinkedIn profile, and networking practices that will make you stand out from other candidates. Whether you are just entering the workforce, switching careers, or it has been a while since you have applied to jobs, you will learn what it takes to level up in your career.
Who should attend?
This presentation is best for those with a least 5+ year of professional career experiences and open to all UMD alumni and faculty/staff.
About the presenter
Jasmine Kelly is a Career Confidence Coach and Industrial Organizational Psychology practitioner. Her experience lies in professional development, organizational development, employee engagement, and organizational culture. She has a passion for creating programs in the workplace that help organizations thrive and help employees become their best professional selves. Jasmine is a double-terp earning both her Bachelor's in Psychology and Master's in Industrial Organizational Psychology at the University of Maryland. She founded Your Career Kickstart for professionals who are ready to level up in their dream career. She uses psychological theories and practices and applies them to the job search process.
FREE This event is sponsored by the BSOS Alumni Chapter Board, as part of the BSOS Alumni Career Development Series.
Space is limited. A waitlist will start after event registration has reached capacity.
Please note that this is an online event. A Zoom link for the event will be sent to all registrants in the event registration confirmation and again, prior to the session.
For questions about the BSOS Alumni Career Development Series or about this specific talk, contact Jenny Kilberg, Director of Alumni and Donor Relations, jkilberg [at] umd [dot] edu