Career Readiness Webinars

What is career readiness?

Career readiness is the attainment and demonstration of knowledge, behaviors, and skills that prepare graduates for a successful transition into their life beyond La Salle.

Career readiness includes articulating one’s strengths and understanding that preparing to be a professional means preparing to be a life-long learner in our ever-changing world.


More about Career Readiness


How will I benefit from these webinars?

  • Sharpen your knowledge on topics you already know
  • Develop or build new skills
  • Open doors to new opportunities
  • Become a more attractive, articulate candidate
  • Boost your energy and put yourself in a more positive mindset for pursuing your goals and the job search
  • Feel more prepared for the job search; reduce anxiety and stress




Target Audience: Beginner, Intermediate

This webinar includes information on how to recognize one’s own strengths, skills, and interests that will help prepare you for an internship or future career. We will write reflections and discuss what employers are looking for in new professionals. After this session, you will be able to:

  • Define career readiness
  • Identify ways to build and continue your career readiness
  • Investigate your current Career Readiness through reflection

Target Audience: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

Working a job on campus is not only a way to earn extra cash, but it also allows you to build new skills and connections. In an on-campus job, you may be asked to work in a team, delegate tasks, provide customer service, lead/mentor peers, and organize events – all of which can set you up for success in a future interview and job. After this session, you will be able to:

  • Determine the benefits of working on campus
  • Identify ways in which work on-campus help with future employment
  • Use Handshake to search for on-campus jobs

During this session you will learn:

  • How to present your canceled summer internship or job to future employers
  • Review various internship alternatives
  • Discuss how La Salle’s Career Center can help you this summer

Target Audience: Beginner, Intermediate

During this session, you will learn:

  • How to identify what should be included on your resume
  • How to order your resume in a way that highlights skills most relevant to the position you are seeking/applying to
  • How to write strong bullet points

Target Audience: Beginner, Intermediate

After this session, you will be able to:

  • Produce writing that reflects professional and leadership experience while using correct grammar.
  • Examine your own experiences and write a document that is appropriate for the intended audience.

Target Audience: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

Searching for a job and internship can often feel like a job. This session will break down the steps to help the process feel more manageable. After this session, you will be able to:

  • Develop a plan for your job or internship search
  • Make sure you are applying to the most appropriate positions

Target Audience: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

Networking 101 will cover the power of networking in your professional development

Target Audience: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

The Power of LinkedIn: After this session, you will understand what is LinkedIn, why is it important, connections, searches, appropriate way to request a conversation with someone you find on LinkedIn.

LinkedIn in 3 Minutes or Less

10 LinkedIn Tips for Students & New Grads

Videos and Tip Sheets for Students

Target Audience: Intermediate, Advanced

Are you navigating the world of virtual interviews for the first time or looking to hone your skills and win your dream job? Join us for a 30-minute presentation and Q&A about the skills necessary to get the job! Learn about these topics and more:

  • How to prepare for a virtual interview
  • What happens when technical difficulties arise
  • Do’s and Don’ts
  • Crushing the answers to those tough questions
  • Making your elevator pitch count on video