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Wednesday, May 26 at 12:00pm to 1:00pmVirtual Event
Graduation is just around the corner, it’s totally ok if you’re nervous! There’s a lot of stress that comes with transitioning from college life to the professional world. Hear stories from a panel of young alumni and local leaders from the Eugene Young Professionals to gain encouragement and pro-tips about making the transition to this next phase of life—wherever that might take you.
Topics to be discussed through panel and breakout sessions may include:
How to stay motivated and focused during your job search.
Understanding if you’re getting a “good deal” with salary and benefits.
What types of questions to ask in an interview to discern if YOU actually want to work somewhere.
Working full-time in an office vs. remote team.
Making your (new) city feel like home.
Getting involved in community and professional organizations.
This event is a collaboration between the University of Oregon Career Center and the Eugene Young Professionals.
Hear Stories from:
*Amanda Yankovich UO‘10, Cultural Anthropology; Vice-Chair of the Eugene Young Professionals Council. Managing Director at The District Coworking and Director of Business Development at Obie Companies and Owner of the Basic Botanist. https://www.linkedin.com/in/amanda-yankovich/
*Jesse Summers UO‘17 Advertising and Journalism minor Theater Arts; Interim Executive Communications Manager, Office of the President at the University of Oregon. https://www.linkedin.com/in/summertimecoolj/
*Seana McKiernan, YP Summit Co-Chair of the Eugene Young Professionals Council. Administrative Support Assistant at Lane County Sheriff’s Office. https://www.linkedin.com/in/seana-mckiernan/
*Kyle Santos UO’18, Psychology & Sociology; Career Readiness Coach at the University of Oregon Career Center and Graduate Student in Portland State University's MS in Educational Leadership and Policy-Postsecondary Adult and Continuing Education (PACE). https://www.linkedin.com/in/kylesanto14/
*Holly Tate, Membership Chair of the Eugene Young Professionals Council. Job & Internship Developer for Eugene/Springfield at University of Oregon Career Center. https://www.linkedin.com/in/ihollytate/