PhD Breakfast Club: Crossing the Chasm: Planning, Practice, and Presentation for Job Seeking
A hot shot scientist or future employer asks you about your project. Do you panic and mumble incomprehensibly or do you step up and pitch yourself?
This seminar will concentrate on recognizing your strengths and learning how to deliver them when meeting prospective employers.
The presenter, Alan Louis Belardinelli, is an American expatriate living in Norway since 2002. His professional presentation experience stems from his time working as a corporate spokesperson for Nintendo of America during the 90’s while his organizational experience comes from his work as a software project manager, construction manager and board member for Nowhere (the European Burning Man Regional event), and his day job at the UiO Department of Academic Administration.
Alan believes that proper preparation is a trait that most of the successful applicants he has interviewed share. Based on his experience presenting corporate messaging in settings ranging from MTV to national news programs, his presentation will focus on developing and practicing your personal presentation to potential employers.
09:00-10:00 Crossing the Chasm: Planning, Practice, and Presentation for Job Seeking
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