Come to their Information Session:
Tuesday, April 28
3 PM info session, followed by Q & A
Virginia Rooms A & B, 2nd floor of Student Commons
Come learn more about 200 Uniform positions, the 200 Criminal Investigator positions as well as multiple administrative positions for which they are hiring!
The Hermanos of La Unidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity Inc.; The VCU Career Center and Cabell Library invite you to a professional seminar and book signing event.
When: Tuesday, April 21 at 7:15 p.m. Virginia Rooms C and D.
What: Professional Seminar led by author, Jose A.Rodríguez Jr discusses his book, “Not Intuitively Obvious”
More often than not, the most successful professionals have been honed by years of trial and tribulation. J. A. Rodríguez Jr. helps those entering the professional workplace better utilize these critical years by revealing the often unwritten and unspoken expectations. Culling from twenty-one years of leadership roles, Rodríguez compiles the valuable and hard lessons he has learned on excelling in the professional work environment. Rodríguez dispenses well-timed advice during difficult economic times. Informative and engaging, this seminar will help guide the new professional’s destiny towards success by offering some of the keys previously only available to the seasoned professional.
The seminar will include a question and answer session and an author book signing (25% off list price). Book information can be viewed at: http://notintuitivelyobvious.com
About the Author:
J. A. Rodriguez Jr. is a senior manager for a Fortune 200 company. He has over twenty-six years of professional work environment experience. The last twenty-one years were in leadership roles of increasing responsibility. His responsibilities extend to the development, deployment, and implementation of strategic plans and programs across the globe; for creating partnerships in new and existing business initiatives. He is an author, engineer, inventor (patent no. 5,285,961), Certified Safety Professional, martial arts instructor, expert trainer, mentor, motivational speaker, and former college professor.
“Applying for Employment with the Federal Government”
When: Wednesday, April 1, 2009
Where: University Student Commons, Richmond Salon IV
Time: 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Speakers Will Cover:
Tips and techniques on creating an application and resume
For more information, contact the University Career Center at 828-1645.