Talk Title:
I Can: Tips for Recent Grads to Generate Internship,
Career, Admissions and Networking Success
Focus:
Career Expert
Book:
Name of Book
Presenter:
Burt Nadler

         

Think carefully about the career you choose!

Webinar Overview

I Can: Tips for Recent Grads to Generate Internship, Career, Admissions and Networking Success

Burt believes in you! You will walk away from this session repeating over and over, I CAN, I CAN, I CAN.

He will share the following three tips:

  • Focus (Follow One Course Until Successful) on and articulately express (via 280 characters) Field, Function and Firm Goals; and never state “I’m open” or “I don’t know to queries about goals.
  • Target all documents (with clear and concise Field, Function and Firm goals) including cover notes/letters (under 300 words), resumes, and project abstracts (keys to success).
  • Strongly consider post-baccalaureate internships, including fee based programs, taking skill and field specific courses, as well as volunteering to complete “a few special projects over the next few weeks.”

Presenter: Burt Nadler

Burt Nadler was director of University of Rochester’s Career and Internship Center from 1998 through 2015. Prior, he was director of University of the Pacific’s career services; associate director of Dartmouth’s career services; and assistant director, MBA placement coordinator, and career counselor at Southern Methodist University.

As Director of Recruiting for a management consulting firm, and Manager of College Recruiting and College Relations for Merrill Lynch Consumer Markets he recruited undergrads and grads from the nation’s top schools. Now, he volunteers as educator relations director for Dream Careers (www.summerinternships.com), a preeminent comprehensive fee-based internship programs.

No matter his title, for those he teaches, coaches and counsels processes become easy to follow behavioral steps and easy to accept motivational attitudes, acronyms and alliterations.