Interviewing, that last step to employment that we must master. But how? You’ve read the books, watched the videos, been groomed by mentors, but still don’t feel confident. Join our speaker, Dr. Dennis Guthrie, as he coaches us through the dreaded questions that produce anxiety and stumbling!
Read the full article that Dennis based his presentation on!
“Secrets from the Other Side – What Recruiters Know that You Don’t” A short presentation followed by Q&A with speaker Dr. Dennis Guthrie, Associate Director of Research & Development at The Dow Chemical Company.
What You Will Learn
- Advice recruiters would give you if they could
- How you can prepare for – and close the deal with – an interview
- How to answer both easy and difficult questions
- Attributes you should display in interviews
- And much more…
Date: Thursday, March 1, 2012
Time: 2:00-3:00 pm ET
Meet the Experts
Dr. Dennis Guthrie is Associate Director of Research & Development with over twenty years’ experience at The Dow Chemical Company. His career has spanned Research & Development, Human Resources, and Sales & Marketing. During this time he had responsibilities for University Relations, national PhD recruiting, and Technical Placement which is when he first developed the paper and presentation titled, “Secrets from the other side…What recruiters know that you don’t.
Patricia Simpson joined the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign’s School of Chemical Sciences in August 2007. She serves as the Director of Academic Advising and Career Services for all undergraduate and graduate students and post-docs in Chemistry and Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. Patricia obtained her BA from Concordia College-Moorhead and her MEd in College Student Affairs from Azusa Pacific University. She has worked in higher education for 17 years, with 14 of those specifically in the career services field.
The Fine Print
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