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Academic Job Search: Tackling Teaching Statements and Demonstrations (PhDs & Postdocs)

What makes for effective teaching documents? You will review examples of statements from successful job seekers. You will begin to identify the points you want to make and the examples you want to use. We will also discuss how to provide "evidence of teaching excellence" and succeeding at the "teaching demonstration." Even if none of the colleges and universities to which you apply ask for a separate teaching statement, the thinking that you do about your teaching as you draft a teaching statement, will strengthen your cover letters and interviews. This workshop is presented by Dr.

Building Your Interviewing Skills- Engineering and SE3 Undergrad and Masters students

Interviewing: This session covers all areas of interviewing including phone, Skype or Zoom, in person and your 2nd or 3rd round company visit. We will practice answering common interview questions, and share a 3-step process to best express your up-to-date experience and skills as they relate to the employers’ needs.

Resume Lab (PhDs & Postdocs)

This non-academic Resume lab is an interactive meetup for PhD students and postdocs. It aims to provide you with the opportunity to get feedback on your resume from peers under the guidance of a career coach. The session will begin with some general tips and guidelines about resume, and a large group feedback session on a resume to role model what will be expected in small groups. Once in small groups each person will receive about 10-15 minutes of feedback from 2-3 other peers. A career coach will be available for questions.

Job Search Lab: Resumes and Cover Letters Beyond Academia (PhDs & Postdocs

Do you feel like you write the same cover letter for every job? Do you have trouble making a resume when they seem to look so different from a CV? Do you read job postings and wonder how best to express your experience? This Job Search Lab: Resumes and Cover Letters will help you understand what an employer is looking for, and how the cover letter and resume documents play a role in this process, so that you can tailor your applications to stand out.

Job Search Lab: Resumes and Cover Letters Beyond Academia (PhDs & Postdocs)

Do you feel like you write the same cover letter for every job? Do you have trouble making a resume when they seem to look so different from a CV? Do you read job postings and wonder how best to express your experience? This Job Search Lab: Resumes and Cover Letters will help you understand what an employer is looking for, and how the cover letter and resume documents play a role in this process, so that you can tailor your applications to stand out.

SGSI: Round 4 Deadline

Discover Stanford Graduate Summer Institute: immersive, interdisciplinary, accelerated courses for Stanford graduate students. A unique opportunity—only at Stanford.

SGSI offers immersive, interdisciplinary, accelerated courses for graduate students at no cost 2 weeks before Autumn Quarter. These half- or full-day, not-for-credit courses allow graduate students to explore other subjects, experiment with new ideas, and expand their networks amongst Stanford's diverse graduate community.

SGSI: Round 3 Deadline

Discover Stanford Graduate Summer Institute: immersive, interdisciplinary, accelerated courses for Stanford graduate students. A unique opportunity—only at Stanford.

SGSI offers immersive, interdisciplinary, accelerated courses for graduate students at no cost 2 weeks before Autumn Quarter. These half- or full-day, not-for-credit courses allow graduate students to explore other subjects, experiment with new ideas, and expand their networks amongst Stanford's diverse graduate community.

SGSI: Round 2 Deadline

Discover Stanford Graduate Summer Institute: immersive, interdisciplinary, accelerated courses for Stanford graduate students. A unique opportunity—only at Stanford.

SGSI offers immersive, interdisciplinary, accelerated courses for graduate students at no cost 2 weeks before Autumn Quarter. These half- or full-day, not-for-credit courses allow graduate students to explore other subjects, experiment with new ideas, and expand their networks amongst Stanford's diverse graduate community.

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