Professional Headshot Photo Booth
October 2 from 11am- 3pmLocation:
Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center
Now that you are dressed to impress employers in person, stop by to capture a professional photo for your social media profiles. No appointment needed.Preparing for the Expo
Research the Companies
– You can do so by logging into your Hireabuckeye account
.Update your Resume
– Have you added new items since you used it last? Any new clubs or relevant coursework?Professional Outfit
– Make sure you have your outfit prepped and ready to go for the event. Clean clothes, pressed, and shine your shoes. Dress of the day is business professional.Parking
– There is “C” parking in the Bill Davis Stadium Lot or you can print off a parking pass for the day.
The Ag Admin and Vivian Hall surface lots are also available.What to Bring with you to the Expo:
– Enough copies to give to all the employers you want to meet with.BuckID
– You will need to swipe your ID to get in to the event.Padfolio or Folder
– You will want something to hold your resumes and take notes on.Something to write with
– You will want to take notes after your conversations so you can follow up afterwards.Once You Arrive
– There will be a place for you to sign in and swipe your BuckID.Make a Name Tag
– Write clearly and include your first and last name, major and even your rank if you want. Place your name tag on the right side of your chest, above any pocket that may be there.Grab a Directory and Map
– Plan out how you will work the room. Know who you want to talk to and where they are. Don’t be a career expo vulture and just circle the room.Lose the Coat and Bag
– Drop them off in the student prep room. You do not need to carry them around the room as you talk to companies.Introductions and Etiquette
– Have you practiced your greeting yet? Spend some time practicing your introductions with your roommates and friends.Non-Verbal
– Look them in the eye with a nice pleasant smile, chin up, standing tall and straight - extend your hand to give them a nice handshake greeting. No death grips. No cold fish - wet noodles.Q&A
– Be prepared to answer questions… because they will have a few for you. This is your first interview essentially, with this company. They want to see how you handle yourself in conversation. Smile. Speak clearly and look at the person while you are speaking.What does your company do?
– NEVER SAY THIS
! It is a major turn-off to a company when you know nothing about them. Do your research and homework.