Interested in working in IT when you graduate? This workshop will give you tips, tricks, and practice for technical interviews. You’ll learn the IT interview process (and how it differs from other interviews), advance preparation techniques, and technical question answering skills.
The workshop leader, Sabina Nawaz, worked for Microsoft for 15 years before starting her own business in 2005. Sabina began her career in software development and then worked in a variety of Microsoft Human Resources leadership positions. She has a BA in Computer Science and a M.S. in Computer Systems Engineering.
Lots of people are nervous about public speaking. But sometimes you need to present information to a group, as a key part of class projects or job interviews. How do you become a confident, well-prepared, and interesting public speaker?
Come learn all about it at a free presentation skills workshop for Computer Science students.
E-mail Diane Johnson (Computer Science Career Planning and Placement Coordinator) at [email protected] by Fri Feb 27th to register.
Interested in gaining some proficiency with Photoshop, Powerpoint, Dreamweaver, or Excel? Arts UBC is holding workshops on these three programs. Each workshop runs from noon to 1PM in Koerner Library 216. For each application, workshop dates run from lowest to highest level workshop.
The GIRLsmarts workshop is a one-day computer science workshop for girls in grade 6. The workshops have been very successful in the past few years mainly due to the help of enthusiastic volunteers. We are looking to continue this tradition and we need your help. With the rewards of a volunteer dinner, cool thank you gifts and the knowledge that you have helped inspire interest in computer science for young women, this is definitely a great and fun way to pad those résumés.
The workshops are planned to happen on January 31st and February 7th of next year.
We’re looking for enthusiastic and responsible people to join us and help with GIRLsmarts. We have different positions available including activity facilitators and group leaders. All the activities are already planned so the amount of work required for volunteers is quite minimal. For more details on the program and on the volunteers positions offered please refer to the website: http://www.jadeproject.ca/girlsmarts/index.html. If you are interested in volunteering for GIRLsmarts, please email the following information to girlsm[email protected] with the subject line: Volunteer. We will get back to you with a gratitude themed email as well a specific date for our first volunteer meeting which will likely be in December.