Evaluating the Offer

November 19, 2020 by | For Students

What makes a candidate confident and a valuable asset when they’re searching for a job? A great strategy that makes potential employees exceptional is when they understand their unique value proposition, which is a feature that distinguishes you from the competition! When you know the strengths you can bring to a role, there are great


Your Job Search During COVID-19

November 18, 2020 by | For Students

We understand that searching for a job can require some effort and especially during this difficult time, it can seem scary. But once you learn more about the hiring process and discover the unique skills that employers are looking for, you’re already halfway to a successful career path! Listen to Career Educators, Janelle Farkas and


Recruiting trends in COVID-19

November 18, 2020 by | For Students

Listen to Chapman alumnus Brandon Barrett to find out what’s happening in the job market and the hiring adjustments taking place due to COVID-19. Brandon is an executive recruiter at Eastridge Workforce Solutions and he talks about the different ways that companies attract talent, what employers are looking for in candidates and how to search


How Volunteering Helped Me Get Job Offers

November 18, 2020 by | For Students

The summer going into college, I started to feel some pressure to start applying to jobs and internships. I really just wanted to relax and hold onto summer a little longer before starting college. However, reality kept popping up in conversations. Seeing my peers already creating resumes and cover letters, and getting part-time jobs made


Navigating your Crean Career

November 12, 2020 by | For Students

Wouldn’t it be cool to know the types of healthcare jobs in demand now and how to align your interests to focus your search on these positions? Chapman’s Crean College Career Advisor, Heidi Swanson has got you covered! In this video, you will get to know the changes taking place in the industry due to


Navigating your Schmid/Fowler Career

November 11, 2020 by | For Students

There are so many ways to get involved and find opportunities that will advance your career path. Some of these are leadership experience on campus, pre-med community volunteering, freelance projects, and hackathons and competitions. In this interactive workshop, Chapman’s Career Professionals share insights on the STEM industry and the changes taking place, the COPE Health


Navigating your CoPA Career

November 11, 2020 by | For Students

Career Advisor for the College of Performing Arts, Emma Trammell, is joined by Corene Tague, a Therapist at the Student Psychological Counseling Services to talk about the need to prioritize self-care, and helpful resources, recent changes in and impacts on the arts industry, and how to position yourself for success as an artist today. Read


Navigating your Wilkinson Career

November 11, 2020 by | For Students

Networking is one of the major things that has changed during the time of COVID. If you thought building professional relationships could not happen remotely, you’re in for a big surprise. What better time to connect with others when most people are at home working from their computers? Chapman’s Wilkinson Career Advisor Erin Berthon has


Navigating your Communication Career

November 11, 2020 by | For Students

You always stand a better chance of succeeding in the professional world when you are able to amplify your personal traits and make them known in your resumes, cover letters, and LinkedIn profiles. Career advisor at the School of Communication, Nance Rosen has some incredible tips on how to brand your talents and tailor them


Semester Schedules of Working Panthers

November 11, 2020 by | For Students

Deciding to take the initiative and accept the job was easily one of the best decisions I have ever made in my life. I was hired for my first job two weeks after my 16th birthday. It was at my local Walgreens that was located right around the corner of my childhood home. I applied

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