AAA is offering three more Career Webinars — all on Thursdays at 1:00 pm EDT. They are free and open to the public but you must register!
September 10, 1:00 EDT
The Art of Persuasion: Articulating Anthropology’s Value to a Prospective Employer
Anthropologists come from a unique discipline that bridges the social and biological, the past and the present, and the qualitative and the quantitative. How should anthropologists convey their value to a prospective non-academic employer? This webinar identifies a number of value propositions for anthropologists seeking employment in different sectors of the economy and includes tips for getting hired.
- Presenters: Robert Morais, David Fetterman, Shirley Fiske, Alexandra Jones, and Ken Erickson make brief remarks followed by Q&A
- Coordinators (Elizabeth Briody and Alayne Unterberger)
September 17, 1:00 EDT
Demystifying the Fear around Job Searches
Many recent graduates and those in career transition often experience anxiety as they contemplate the job market. This webinar offers ways to identify emotions and limiting beliefs that could negatively impact your job search. With this webinar you will learn processes that can be integrated immediately to address these messages and approach your search with confidence.
- Lead Presenter: Beth Holland, Alison Davis, and Jeanine Baker
- Coordinators (Jenessa Spears and Elizabeth Briody)
September 24, 1:00 EDT
Deep Hanging Out…Digitally: Social Media Strategies for the Contemporary Job Market
This webinar will equip participants with strategies on engaging with social media and digital content effectively, harnessing the power of the digital age to access people, opinions and opportunities in real time. Field experts, practitioners, and Human Resources professionals are actively creating digital content—the very same people who make hiring decisions. We provide tips on how to begin, key platforms to access, and share why digital engagement is a game-changing strategy for the modern-day job seeker.
- Lead Presenter: Ingrid Ramón Parra and Adam Gamwell
- Coordinators (Nazia Hussain and Elizabeth Briody)