Workplace Navigation Training for Community College Students--Session 1 repeated
Event Date(s): Friday, April 21, 2023 - 03:00pm to 05:00pm PDT
Utilizing an Interview to determine a "Good Fit" (Second Presentation of this first in the series workshop)
Friday, April 21st, 3-5 pm Pacific Time • Free Interactive Zoom Workshop
Presenter: Naledi Saul, MPM, Director, USCF Office of Career and Professional Development
Go beyond focusing solely on presenting yourself as the optimal candidate and utilize the interview to determine if an internship/job opportunity is a "Good Fit" for you! In this workshop, you'll gain strategies to clarify your career and educational goals and frame questions to obtain accurate information to assess if a workplace will support those goals, while also learning to recognize potential misalignments.
Define what a "bad fit" or "toxic work environment" is
Outline and clarify your own goals before the interview
Use questions during an interview to determine whether a workplace is in alignment with your goals and values
Articulate strategies and practice language to frame questions
Describe examples of verbal and non-verbal red flags indicating the opportunity might not be a "Good Fit"
Describe factors that can make it difficult to recognize and weigh the potential impact of red flags during and after an interview
All Science Community College Students, Alumni, and Faculty are Welcome!
You can attend one workshop or attend them all!
All Workshop Dates and Topics
Friday, December 9th 4-6pm PT - Utilizing an Interview to Determine a “Good Fit”
Friday, January 20th 4-6pm PT- Establishing Yourself in a New Position
Friday, February 17th 4-6pm PT - Managing Expectations: Asking for & Obtaining Feedback
Friday, March 10th 4-6pm PT - Negotiating for What You Need
Friday, April 21st 3-5pm PT - Utilizing an Interview to Determine a “Good Fit”
You can also find strategies and tools to implement today at Building Inclusive Labs. This NSF ATE Project is a collaboration between the Biotechnology Program at City College of San Francisco and the Office of Career Planning and Development at the University of California, San Francisco. This work is funded by the National Science Foundation through NSF DUE #2055735, 2055309. These workshops provide students, trainees, and employees with the knowledge, skills, support and clarity they need to effectively assess and successfully navigate any lab environment and achieve their professional and career goals.