Project Ex: Explore, Experience, Execute

Project Ex: Explore, Experience, Execute
Date Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Location Virtual Event
Virtual Event
Instructions for GuestsThe Zoom link will be sent to you prior to the virtual event.
RegistrationRegistration required to attend - Open until October 27th Register
SponsorsDepartment of Business and Economics with the Office of Career Development and Calling

Event Description


9:25-10 a.m. | Virtual Opening Session | Keynote - President Ross Allen

10:05-11 a.m. | Breakout Session | Virtual Session

1-3 p.m. | Internship and Job Fair | Virtual Fair on Handshake

Event Description

Join us for the 8th annual Project Ex, a professional and career development seminar for students in the College of Arts and Sciences. Our goal is to equip you for your career, whether you are a first-year student still figuring out your major or a senior building your resume and negotiating a job offer.

Keynote Speaker

We are excited to announce that our very own President Ross Allen will be our 2020 Keynote speaker. Allen has specialized in helping organizations advance their mission and vision and is excited to help you do the same.

Breakout Sessions

How to Make the Most of Your College Years

For PSEO and Freshman |

A panel of seniors will share recommendations and reflections about the best actions they took to prepare for their career and life at Bethel. Learn which activities and decisions can help you make the most of your time in college and set you up for future success.

Transferable Skills Workshop: Identify, Develop, and Market Yourself

For Freshmen and Sophomores |

Are you already starting to worry about how you'll find a job once you graduate? No matter what year you are in it's not too soon to start prepping for your search! Join us to learn what you can do each year of college to make yourself ready to start your career through building, identifying, and marketing your transferable skills.

Tips to Help Land that Internship

For Sophomores and Juniors |

Searching for an internship can be very daunting unless you have a game plan. A panel of business students will share their internship experiences as well as tips and insights on landing an internship. This will be a great time to get your questions answered and network with upperclassmen.

How to Use LinkedIn to Launch Your Career

For Sophomores and Juniors |

In this hands-on workshop, we will demonstrate how to get the attention of recruiters and potential employers. You'll learn to use target searches and filters to sharpen your scope and help you find exactly what you're looking for.  

Healthcare – An Industry for Students in Any Major

For Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors |

This session will explore the career potential in healthcare and how a unique opportunity at Bethel can set you up for a job you’ll love in healthcare…even if you’re not going to be a doctor or a nurse.

Networking or Not-working

For Juniors and Seniors |

Everyone says that networking is important, but it often seems awkward and overwhelming! Hear practical tips and strategies from seasoned networkers on how to make networking work for you.

How to Spend Your Paycheck

For Seniors |

Excited about your first paycheck?! Do you know how much will be taken out for taxes? At this session, you will see a realistic example of a budget and learn how much you can afford to save, spend, and give.

What Understanding your Personality Type and Strengths Can Do for You

For Seniors |

Self-awareness is critical for success in the workplace and in life. StrengthFinders and the Enneagram and are two tools that are often used. Learn how the two fit together and can impact your work and relationships in the professional world.  An assessment must be completed before attending this session.  A link will be sent prior to the session.



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