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Business 371 Fall 2014 Individual Assignment 3 Career Fair 15 points theses the links to help to you to find what type of positions they have available skills and qualities they are looking for. any thing related to management information system or information technology and management. wistfield insurance: HYPERLINK “http://www.wistfieldinsurance.com” www.wistfieldinsurance.com Camber Corporation: HYPERLINK “http://www.camber.com” www.camber.com Spoke with (Shelly Finnern) GP Georgia-Pacific: HYPERLINK “http://www.gp.com/careers” www.gp.com/careers Auto-Owners Insurance: HYPERLINK “http://apply.auto-owners.com” http://apply.auto-owners.com Spoke with (Joe Dustman) Requirements: Attend the CF wearing appropriate attire. Appropriate attire is defined as “business casual” or “business professional”. Not only is “business casual” or “business professional” attire required for this assignment, you will not be admitted to the CF unless you’re dressed appropriately. You will also need your ISU student ID in order to be admitted to the CF. Definitions and specific examples of these styles of dress are provided on pages two and three of this document. Talk with at least three employer representatives to inquire about things such as: Types of positions they have available Skills/qualities they’re looking for in candidates Other items related to your own personal interests By Wednesday, October 1 turn in (during class) a two to three page paper outlining your CF experience. The paper must answer the following questions: Which employers did you talk with? (company names and recruiter names) What did you learn from these employers? In general, how has your participation at the CF impacted your career development? (You may want to mention your overall impression of the CF, career options you’ve decided to pursue, what surprised you about the CF, etc.) The paper must be typewritten. Other requirements for the paper are that it must be: Double spaced Size 12 font Pages must be stapled Your grammar and the neatness of your paper will be taken into consideration when determining the number of points you will earn on this assignment. Again, your paper must be typed. It will only be accepted in hard copy format in class on or before the beginning of the class session on October 1. Appropriate Attire for the Career Opportunity Fair As outlined above, this assignment requires that you are dressed in either “business casual” or “business professional attire” when you attend the Career Opportunity Fair. SHORTS, JEANS, AND FLIP FLOPS ARE NOT APPROPRIATE FOR THE CAREER OPPORTUNITY FAIR! Whether you choose “business casual” or “interview attire”: Iron your clothes. You don’t want to look like you slept in them! Make sure your shoes are clean and not scuffed. You may want to polish them. Cover tattoos if possible. Remove visible piercings (other than in ears). Women should avoid low cut or form-fitting clothing. Make sure your hair is clean and combed. Examples of “business casual” for women: Khakis or slacks Knee-length or longer dresses/skirts Sweater sets Long or short sleeve blouses Non-athletic socks and shoes Dress shoes, heels, or boots Wide range of “business casual” for men: Casual End: Pressed khakis and a polo-style shirt Nice End: Dress slacks and a long sleeve button down Shirts must have a collar Cannot wear athletic shoes or socks “Business professional attire” is the most conservative and classic business look. Examples of “business professional attire” for women: Suits (slacks or skirt): Color: Navy, gray, cobalt blue, and black Length of skirt: at or below the knee Blouse: Best fabrics: Silk, cotton, or rayon Solid color Modest cut Shoes: Match your suit, no contrasting tones Color: Black or navy Style: Closed toe pump with small heel Accessories Neutral hose Belt and purse match shoes Jewelry: subtle – do not want to draw attention to any one thing Examples of “business professional attire” for men: Black, gray, navy suit (top and bottom match) Solid color, long-sleeved shirt Simple ties – no crazy patterns or cartoon characters 2 or 3 button jackets are OK (always leave bottom button unbuttoned) Color of your belt & shoes must match Socks need to be long enough to cover your leg when your legs are crossed PAGE \* MERGEFORMAT 1

Business 371

Fall 2014

Individual Assignment 3

Career Fair

15 points

theses the links to help to you to find what type of positions they have available skills and qualities they are looking for. any thing related to management information system or information technology and management.

wistfield insurance:  HYPERLINK “http://www.wistfieldinsurance.com” www.wistfieldinsurance.com

Camber Corporation:  HYPERLINK “http://www.camber.com” www.camber.com Spoke with (Shelly Finnern)

GP Georgia-Pacific:  HYPERLINK “http://www.gp.com/careers” www.gp.com/careers

Auto-Owners Insurance:  HYPERLINK “http://apply.auto-owners.com” http://apply.auto-owners.com Spoke with (Joe Dustman)

 

Requirements:

Attend the CF wearing appropriate attire.   Appropriate attire is defined as “business casual” or “business professional”.  Not only is “business casual” or “business professional” attire required for this assignment, you will not be admitted to the CF unless you’re dressed appropriately.  You will also need your ISU student ID in order to be admitted to the CF.  Definitions and specific examples of these styles of dress are provided on pages two and three of this document.

 

Talk with at least three employer representatives to inquire about things such as:

Types of positions they have available

Skills/qualities they’re looking for in candidates

Other items related to your own personal interests

 

By Wednesday, October 1 turn in (during class) a two to three page paper outlining your CF experience.  The paper must answer the following questions:

 

Which employers did you talk with? (company names and recruiter names)

What did you learn from these employers?

In general, how has your participation at the CF impacted your career development?  (You may want to mention your overall impression of the CF, career options you’ve decided to pursue, what surprised you about the CF, etc.)

 

The paper must be typewritten.  Other requirements for the paper are that it must be:

Double spaced

Size 12 font

Pages must be stapled

Your grammar and the neatness of your paper will be taken into consideration when determining the number of points you will earn on this assignment.  Again, your paper must be typed.  It will only be accepted in hard copy format in class on or before the beginning of the class session on October 1.

 

 

 

 

Appropriate Attire for the Career Opportunity Fair

 

As outlined above, this assignment requires that you are dressed in either “business casual” or “business professional attire” when you attend the Career Opportunity Fair.

 

SHORTS, JEANS, AND FLIP FLOPS ARE NOT APPROPRIATE FOR THE CAREER OPPORTUNITY FAIR!

Whether you choose “business casual” or “interview attire”:

 

Iron your clothes.  You don’t want to look like you slept in them!

Make sure your shoes are clean and not scuffed.  You may want to polish them.

Cover tattoos if possible.

Remove visible piercings (other than in ears).

Women should avoid low cut or form-fitting clothing.

Make sure your hair is clean and combed.

 

 

Examples of “business casual” for women:

Khakis or slacks

Knee-length or longer dresses/skirts

Sweater sets

Long or short sleeve blouses

Non-athletic socks and shoes

Dress shoes, heels, or boots

 

Wide range of “business casual” for men:

Casual End: Pressed khakis and a polo-style shirt

Nice End: Dress slacks and a long sleeve button down

Shirts must have a collar

Cannot wear athletic shoes or socks

 

 

 

“Business professional attire” is the most conservative and classic business look.

 

Examples of “business professional attire” for women:

Suits (slacks or skirt):

Color:  Navy, gray, cobalt blue, and black

Length of skirt:  at or below the knee

Blouse:

Best fabrics:  Silk, cotton, or rayon

Solid color

Modest cut

Shoes:

Match your suit, no contrasting tones

Color:  Black or navy

Style:  Closed toe pump with small heel

Accessories

Neutral hose

Belt and purse match shoes

Jewelry:  subtle –  do not want to draw attention to any one thing

 

Examples of “business professional attire” for men:

Black, gray, navy suit (top and bottom match)

Solid color, long-sleeved shirt

Simple ties  – no crazy patterns or cartoon characters

2 or 3 button jackets are OK (always leave bottom button unbuttoned)

Color of your belt & shoes must match

Socks need to be long enough to cover your leg when your legs are crossed

 

 

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