Do you want an edge in your future career? Do you want to make an impact? Come learn tips and tricks from the pros to advance your career, life and ideas — and make it happen. Featuring a short talk, Leveraging Industrial Design in Your Life by Dean Bacalzo, a serial entrepreneur and a faculty member within ASU’s Industrial Design program.
CANCELED: Professional Ethics Induction Ceremonies, April 8 and 20 — an online version may be scheduled soon
The Spring 2020 Order of the Engineer or Pledge of the Computing Professional Induction Ceremonies are canceled. An online version of the induction ceremony may be held. Please check back for updates.
Attend the next NAE Grand Challenges for Engineering lecture — Education Through Exploration, March 5
Humanity faces challenges that have never been faced before. To meet them, humanity must transform learning to embrace exploration of the unknown, not just mastery of what is known, at societal scale. Digital technologies are the key to realizing this potential, but to date most educational technology has focused on widening access to traditional mastery models of teaching and learning. This presentation will describe how the Center for Education Through Exploration at ASU is working with NASA and others to pioneer new approaches to meet this challenge.
Changemaker Central is hosting one of our largest events in 2020, Gamecon. This annual gaming for charity on the Polytechnic Campus is free and open to the public. Gamecon is an event that includes both casual and competitive gaming and will provide students and the community with gaming activities including tournaments, LANFEST, tabletop and much more.
The 2020–2021 Fulton Schools General Fellowship application for graduate and PhD students is now open!
Filling a need for in-person, on-demand research assistance, ASU Library has partnered with the Fulton Schools Tutoring Centers to bring librarians to the Engineering Tutoring Center ECF on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to noon, starting on Tuesday, February 11, 2020.
Gain valuable leadership and event coordination experience as a lead for the Fulton Schools of Engineering E2 Camps. This paid position would work closely with professional staff throughout the spring semester and summer to help plan and lead the E2 Camps. The schedule and hours are flexible throughout the spring, but this position would be expected to work a minimum of 20 hours over the summer while attending 3 to 4 camps in person. Candidates with experience attending E2 as a student or camp counselor (C2) preferred.
The crucial questions that you may be asking yourself are, “What is going to make my résumé stand out to an employer or graduate program?” and “How am I going to strategically highlight my experience, skills, professional brand and facets of my personality?”
While there are many variables that may have an effect on whether or not your résumé gets noticed — we, as career development professionals at the Fulton Schools Career Center think it is important to include certain sections on your résumé to make you a successful candidate in the application process with potential employers.
The following résumé sections provide a good framework (and check out this sample résumé for guidance):