SIS Presents: Career Week 2020

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Searching for a job or internship during these uncertain times can be stressful. The School of Information Sciences is here to offer help whether you are a new grad looking for your first job, an alumnus looking to change paths, or if you just want to polish up your resume or interview skills. 

Join us June 22-26 for Career Advising Week, a series of self-directed workshops, informational blog posts, presentations by expert panelists and more. Complete the week by testing out your new skills with a one-on-one virtual mock interview

For additional career information and resources, visit our Career Advising web page or contact Kim Schroeder at or 313-577-9783.

Monday, June 22 

  • Developing a Great LinkedIn Page

    Wondering how your LinkedIn profile can work for you in the job market? This blog post from SIS Career Advisor Kim Schroeder offers tips for people looking for jobs, internships or practicums in library, archive, digital curation and information management fields.
  • Resume Tips for Filling Out Your Skills

    SIS Career Advisor Kim Schroeder presents mistakes to avoid, common questions and examples of different types of resumes to help make yours stand out from the crowd.  

Tuesday, June 23

Wednesday, June 24 

Thursday, June 25  

Friday, June 26 

  • Virtual Mock Interviews
    By appointment

    Have your resume and cover letter ready and test your interview skills live via Microsoft Teams with SIS Career Advisor Kim Schroeder. Limited time slots are available. Register now to secure your place. 
  • Networking for Your Future - Video Presentation (Previously recorded - presentation begins at 29:47)

    Steven Bowers, SIS alumnus and past president of the Michigan Library Association, presents on the importance of networking with professional organizations.   

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