STEM Internship Program Upcoming Events

STEM Career Fair

Student Participants:

  • Gather information about STEM careers in your field
  • Opportunities to meet with local industry & community leaders
  • Great event to speak with universities about their unique STEM programs
  • Tri-tip lunch for participating students!

Date: Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Time: 10:00am-1:00pm
Location: Santa Maria, Campus Commons

For more information or to participate as an exhibitor, contact: Emily Smith at ext. 3820 or go to

STEM Internship Program Workshops--Spring 2014

Resume Development Workshop

Learn the steps for creating a winning resume!   Students should come prepared with a copy of their resume.  Local professionals and Allan Hancock Staff will be on hand to review your resume and make recommendations for improving.
Mandatory for STEM internship participants
February 7
Time: 1:00-3:00
Location: G106

Employability Skills and Communication Workshop

Communication skills not only top employers' list of most-desired skills, but also their list of the skills most lacking in new college graduates.  Come willing to learn and practice those communication skills.
Date: February 28
Time: 1:00-2:00
Location: G106B

Interview Skills Workshop

Come prepared to learn the 8 Steps to a Successful Interview!
Mandatory for STEM internship participants
March 14

Mock Interviews:

An interactive workshop using the "speed dating" model!  Come meet local professionals and practice those interview skills.
*Please come dressed in your business casual attire!
Mandatory for STEM Internship participants
March 28

Dress for Success Workshop:

A fun, entertaining and interactive workshop!  Come learn how to dress for an interview!
*A surprise for all those who attend.
Date: April 25
Time: 1:00-2:00
Location: G106

Social Networking/Get Connected Workshop:

What to do with that Facebook account?  Come prepared to get LinkedIn!
Date: May 16
Time: 1:00-2:00
Location: G106B

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