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College of Arts and Sciences Career Camp

“Career Camp provided me the confidence to actively look for an internship and provided me many fundamental skills to obtain my internship.”

- Tongyu Guo, Economics and Human Rights Studies major

“Career Camp provided me the confidence to actively look for an internship and provided me many fundamental skills to obtain my internship.”

- Tongyu Guo, Economics and Human Rights Studies major

Career Camp

Landing an internship or that important first job after college requires basic skills to effectively engage with prospective employers. The College of Arts and Sciences and the Office of Career Services are offering all undergraduate students an intensive professional skills program to prepare you for success after graduation.

Students with at least one major in the College can attend Career Camp, a two-day workshop intended to give you a head start on achieving your career goals. The program is sponsored by Reynolds and Reynolds — an industry leader in automotive technology and digitization, and a top employer of UD graduates.

Scheduled near the end of winter break, Career Camp provides professional skills training, interactive workshops and networking opportunities with UD alumni to prepare you to capitalize on internship and career opportunities.

Career Camp will feature workshops and discussions on:

  • Writing resumes and cover letters
  • Creating LinkedIn profiles
  • Interviewing tips, both virtual and face-to-face
  • Internships and graduate school planning
  • Networking 101
  • Professional communication
  • Dressing for success, in-person and on Zoom
  • Marketing your arts and sciences experiences

Students also will be able to hone their new skills and engage with UD alumni during a networking webinar.

Scenes from past Career Camps

Participants engaged in workshops, panels and tours.

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The College thanks lead corporate sponsor Reynolds and Reynolds for its support of Career Camp.

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Career Development 02.02.21

University of Dayton sophomore Sarah Yaroma plans to pursue a job, internship or service opportunity this year, but she wasn’t sure how to prepare for an interview with a potential employer. She found the information she needed at Career Camp 2021 — a free, intensive professional skills training program for sophomores and juniors in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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