Please join us for a virtual reception to welcome SPWLA’s 2020 Summer Fellowship recipient, Julianna Yonis ’21, a rising senior who is double majoring in Science, Technology and Society, and Theatre and Performance Studies. Each year, SPWLA funds a Stanford student who applies for the fellowship to spend the summer exploring their professional interests.
Despite the constraints of the COVID-19 pandemic, Julianna is currently completing a remote internship at Sundance Institute, which is a nonprofit organization that supports independent film, media and theatre.
Facilitated by career and relationships coach, Rainbow Chen ’96, MA ’97, this meeting will burst with supportive ideas and company intros, as well as networking interviews and job strategies feedback. You’re not alone; join 15 fellow Stanford alums to share resources.
To maximize our time, please come prepared to share your context and top concern/request/target job in 2 minutes or less, so that you’ll have more time to get quality feedback from the group. If you want feedback on your resume/marketing material, please have your document opened and ready to screen share on Zoom.
Are you a recent grad looking for your first job? Are you in a job transition? Do you find yourself submitting your resume everywhere but not getting a response? Job searches can be difficult, and new strategies are necessary to adopt within this new COVID-19 job hunting environment.
In this next part of our “What Stanford Didn’t Teach You” career series, Mauri Schwartz (President/CEO Career Insiders) will discuss ways of developing a job search strategy that will land you the interview.
SPWLA's business directory feature allows members to promote their businesses within our organization, and serves as a resource for those of us looking for services. Check current listings here, and email us at email@example.com to submit your listing!