Preparation Webinars for WE12 and Career Fair

Engineering Your Career Fair Strategy (for Collegiates & Professionals)
October 19, 2012
1:00 PM ET

At this year’s Society of Women Engineers (SWE) WE12 annual conference there will be over 250 corporations and universities participating in the WE12 Career Fair. There will be number of opportunities for professionals and collegiates alike to find a new job and further expand their network. During this Webinar, we will discuss strategies and tactics for getting the most out of the WE12 Career Fair experience.

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About the speaker: Alaina G. Levine is a science and engineering career consultant, writer, and professional speaker and comedian. She is President of Quantum Success Solutions, a science/engineering career and professional development consulting enterprise, and will be presenting a workshop on “A Mid-Career Change? No Problems, Only Opportunities” at WE12. She can be contacted through

WE12 Orientation for Collegiates
October 25, 2012
2:00 PM ET

This presentation will provide tips and guidance specific to collegiates on how they can get the most of their conference experience. This Webinar is highly recommended for first time collegiate attendees. Following the presentation, the speaker will also be on hand to answer any questions.

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About the speaker: SWE DNE Recipient Danielle Forget Shield, PE, MBA is President of 825 Basics, LLC. She has over 10 years experience in entertaining presentations, workshop development, career coachingand organizational management. Her excitement comes from implementing the methods she teaches and seeing those she has mentored successfully navigate their careers.


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