Wednesday, September 23, 2020
The College to Career Conference is the perfect opportunity to attend professional development workshops and connect with more than 40 organizations and 200 professionals to learn about internship and career opportunities. This is a required event for Spring and Fall 2020 admits and is open to all business students.
Individuals who need special medical assistance to attend should contact the Coordinator of Services for Students with Disabilities at (920) 424-3100 at least 72 hours before the event. The University will provide reasonable accommodations to those requesting assistance.
Preparing for College to Career Conference
- You are required to wear professional dress and bring your business cards when attending this event. Please do NOT bring your resume.
- For information on how to create business cards and to view samples, use resources in the business card section.
- Free professional clothing is available through the Career Closet.
College to Career Conference Shuttle
Due to limited parking, there will be a free shuttle from campus to the Oshkosh Convention Center. The shuttle will pick-up students at the side entrance of Sage Hall in Lot 7 from at 3:20-4:20 p.m. There will also be drop-off times following the event.
Sample Professional Development Sessions
|Session Title||Conference Room|
|Money doesn't buy happiness...||Evelyn|
|Negotiating your salary and benefits||Henrietta|
|Networking for introverts||Thistle|
|Navigating the real world||Hutchinson|
|Global mindset development||Lake Winnebago|
|Women in business||Athearn AB|
|Finding opportunities outside the Fox Valley||Athearn C|
|Careers in insurance (second session only)||Dixie|
Oshkosh Corporation designs and builds the world’s toughest specialty trucks and truck bodies and access equipment by working shoulder-to-shoulder with the people who use them.
“Our mission is to partner with customers to deliver superior solutions that safely and efficiently move people and materials at work, around the globe and around the clock.” – President and Chief Executive Officer Wilson R. Jones