Career Development Workshop | July 13

FYP-DC is proud to co-sponsor with KAYA DC Chapter

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The KLP Career Workshop will allow participants to effectively communicate their personal and professional skills, goals, and experiences; learn how their skills and experiences may be employed in different professional and post-graduate settings; and learn how their identity as an AAPI may influence their opportunities for professional advancement and development in the workplace.

This 4-hour afternoon workshop includes 4 workshops on resume and cover letter drafting, interview tips and mock interviews, post-undergraduate options for AAPIs, and navigating the workplace for professional development opportunities. Snacks and refreshments will be provided.

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KAYA: Filipino Americans for Progress is a national, tech-savvy grassroots organization founded to politically empower the Filipino American community. 

The purpose of the KAYA Leadership Program Career Development workshop is to enable Asian American students and young professionals to effectively articulate their past professional and personal experiences, accomplishments, and goals; learn how their skills and experiences may be applied in different professions; develop stronger interpersonal skills in the workplace and for career advancement; and learn how one's identity as an Asian American may impact their opportunities for professional development and overall experience in the workplace.

Date: Saturday, July 13, 2013

Location: National Education Association, 1201 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20036.  

Agenda (titles of sessions subject to change):

12:30-1pm: Registration

1-2pm: Your Story in One Page: Resumes and Cover Letters

2-3pm: Acing the Interview: Tips and Mock Interviews

3-4pm: Entering the Profession: Post-Graduate Career Options

4-5pm: Navigating the Workplace: How to Succeed Professionally as an Asian American

**Light refreshments and snacks will be provided during the 4-hour event**

5:30pm: Post-event networking will be at Blackfinn Saloon (1620 I Street NW) beginning at 5:30pm.