Presentation Request Time Frames: We ask that presentation requests be made as soon as possible and within the final six weeks of the previous semester prior to the start of a new semester. Presentation requests made within this window of time will be honored when at all possible. Requests made outside of this time frame require at least two weeks notice and will be accommodated as staffing allows.
Group Size Requirements: Our goal is to provide engaging, informative, and activity-driven presentations. Our presentations work best for groups of 15 students or more. If your group is less than 15 students, please contact our office to speak with us about alternative resources you can use that are appropriate for your group size.
Presentation Location: Our workshop room can accommodate up to 40 people, or we can arrange to present at other locations on UA’s main campus.
Evening Presentation Requests: Our staff is available for presentations Monday-Friday between 8:00am-7:00pm. All evening presentations must start no later than 6:00pm and end no later than 7:00pm.
- Wildcat 5: Using the four-year career roadmap, this presentation will explore the five tools students need to get started and build a personal brand: a personalized career plan, Handshake, LinkedIn, a professional resume, and the Wildcat Career Network.
- Career Exploration (Ideal for First & Second Year Students Who May Be Undecided on Their Major/Career Choice): This presentation will introduce resources for students to explore potential careers and assist them in creating a professional career plan.
- Resume Writing: This presentation will introduce resources to assist students in writing a professional resume. Activities will encourage participants to reflect upon and articulate professional and academic experiences gained during their time as a student.
- Applying to Graduate School: This presentation will explore the factors students should consider when planning to apply to graduate school as well as tips and resources available through Career Services during their search and application process.
- Networking: This presentation will focus on how to leverage your social network in order to discover potential internship and career opportunities including using LinkedIn. Methods of effective networking, professional etiquette, and strategies for fostering connections will be discussed.
- Job Search: This presentation will provide strategies for completing a successful internship or job search by finding opportunities of best fit through online resources, professional networking, and social media.
- Interviewing: This presentation will identify key interview preparation tips as well as discuss how to articulate skills employers cite as most important in today’s job market using the STAR method.
- Handshake for Students: This presentation will talk about how to help students maximize opportunities through Handshake.