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ELCD Classroom Presentation Request Form
ELCD Classroom Presentation Request Form

If you would like a staff member from the Experiential Learning and Career Development Center to visit your classroom or special group meeting to facilitate a presentation on an area of professional or career development, please complete this link and complete the request form. 
bit.ly/SUCareerPresentationReq22-23

We look forward to partnering with you and sharing information with your group on some of the following topics:

  • ELCDC Services Offered Overview
  • Career Ambassadors Program
  • Resume Writing
  • Cover Letter
  • Resume and Cover Letter Writing(together)
  • Career Exploration
  • Networking and Interviewing Techniques
  • Career Development Tools
  • Choosing a major/program
  • Professional Profile Development & Networking( LinkedIn & Platforms)
  • Using Handshake and Other Job Boards
  • Federal Work Study Program and ELCD 

If you have any questions, please feel free to connect with Morgan Ray, Director of the Experiential Learning and Career Development Center, morgan.ray@shawu.edu

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