Career Corner for the week of Oct. 8Compensation, Interviews, and Your Career
October 8, 2018
Career Drop-In Hours – Stop by the office of Career and professional Development at 342 N. Glassell St. for 15- minutes of career assistance, no appointment necessary. In addition to general career appointments with the Office of Career and Professional Development, Dodge students may also schedule private 1-1 program-specific career appointments with our in-house Career Advisor, Jon Hernandez. Schedule appointments on Handshake.
Monday and Thursday 2-4
Tuesday and Wednesday 10-12
Evaluating Offers & Salary Negotiation Certified Career Series Presentation
Tuesday, October 9
5:30 – 6:45
Beckman Hall 404
Herb Callahan, senior director of Human Resources at Golden State Foods, a nearly $7 billion company based in Irvine, has the secret recipe to evaluating offers and negotiating salary, and he’s ready to share it with Chapman students. The free event includes door prizes, food, coffee and networking, and will also stream LIVE on Chapman’s Office of Career and Professional Development Facebook page.
Networking: An Investment in Your Career Certified Career Series Presentation
Wednesday October 10
7 – 8:15
Beckman Hall 404
It’s not what you know sometimes. It’s who you know. We’ve all heard it. Meet alum Brandon Barrett ’09 (MBA ’17) as he shares tips on networking, and re-defines what ‘networking’ really means. The free event includes door prizes, food, coffee and networking, and will also stream LIVE on Chapman’s Office of Career and Professional Development Facebook page.
Entertainment, Art, Marketing & PR Mock Interviews next Tuesday!
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Tuesday, October 16
Office of Career and Professional Development, 342 N Glassell St
Mock Interviews are the largest interview event of the semester for Chapman students. Featuring REAL employers within your industry providing REAL feedback, mock interviews are an ideal way to make industry connections and get honest perspective on your interview performance, so you can be ready for the big day when entering a formal interview. NEW this year, mock interviews have been expanded to two days, segmented by industry.
On their trip to St. Louis for the final round of the National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC), 12 members of Chapman’s Circle Advertising stood under The Gateway Arch, listening to locals talk about when they spotted a shark in the Mississippi River. While no great whites were spotted by the team, they accomplished something rarer
Casting director Russell Boast, producer Annabelle K. Frost, producer Nana Greenwald, writer-director Tamar Halpern, animator David Kuhn and broadcast journalist May Lee have been hired as full-time faculty at Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, the No. 4-ranked film school in the nation. These highly regarded professionals — who have worked on some of