SBS Pathways presents a professional development workshop series led by alumnus Matt Nagler
SBS will be holding a three-part student-friendly professional development series for undergraduate students in the spring semester. The series will teach students the best ways to stand out and highlight their strengths, common pitfalls to avoid, and the key traits and qualifications employers wish more entry-level professionals would bring to the workplace. Matt Nagler '99, Managing Partner at BANKW Staffing, will be leading the workshops. Registration is required (below).
"Students have a special opportunity to meet SBS alum and acclaimed business leader and philanthropist Matt Nagler in this professional development series geared specifically toward SBS students," says Lynn Phillips, SBS Director of Academic Engagement and Student Success. "Matt will share the insider tips job applicants and new professionals need to hit the ground running as highly effective individuals and team members."
Session 1: Putting the “You” in Your Career
Monday, March 19th, 5:30-7:00pm, ILC Communication Hub
Too often we do not go through the right steps to start off a career. This session will breakdown the different approaches, techniques and strategies to land the career you really want.
Session 2: Owning the Job Search Process
Monday, March 26th, 5:30-7:00pm, ILC Communication Hub
Searching for your first position in your career is a full time job. This session will make it easier.
Session 3: Stand Out as the “A” Employee
Wednesday, April 4th, 5:30-7:00pm, ILC Communication Hub
There are tactics to standing out as the “A” employee, in this session you will learn themand be able to use them to shine in your first position.
About Matt Nagler '99
After spending a decade in management and public relations, Matt co-founded BANKW Staffing and The Nagler Group. His dedication to the human resources field and his passion for helping others grow—personally and professionally—is what led him to BANKW Staffing. “I started these companies because it provided the ideal environment for me to focus on the things that matter most to me—family, friends, colleagues, business, and community—and create the life I wanted.”