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Workshops are available throughout the year on career-related topics, such as dining etiquette, interviewing, networking, and resume and cover letter writing. Individual appointments can also be scheduled to review any of the workshop topics if the schedule of events does not meet your individual timeline. Career Development Workshops will include:
Kansas Wesleyan University provides mock interviews and professional critiques to help you become more comfortable in interview situations. Mock interviews are also available by appointment to guide you through the interview process and help you sharpen your skills for a professional interview.
Coyote Career Connections
Education is essential, but career connections are also crucial. According to the National Association of College and Employers, three out of five college students get their first jobs through networking. Our Coyote Career Connections will help connect students with KWU alumni and employers from various industries and fields.
Employers want to see you in social situations to observe how you conduct yourself, particularly if the job you want requires a certain standard of conduct with clients and superiors. You could be critically scrutinized on your table manners and conduct. KWU partners with local businesses to host etiquette dinners for KWU students to learn essential etiquette skills.
Teacher Interview Days
KWU students seeking to become certified elementary and secondary school teachers will have access to scheduled Teacher Interview Days. The Career Center will coordinate with principals and human resource directors from Kansas school districts to interview potential candidates for open teaching positions. Teacher Interview Days will be in the Spring semester with education students receiving specifc information as the event draws nearer.