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Summer 2017 Workshops

May 25 – 2 p.m.

Presenter: Wendy Potter, Career and Student Employment
What you will learn: USCIS immigration eligibility requirements, International Student Affairs verification process, required documentation, eligible jobs, eligible majors and classes, employer and student responsibilities.

Location: STC 002 Career and Student Employment

May 31 – 2 p.m.

Presenter: Wendy Potter, Career and Student Employment
What you will learn: The process for on campus employment, how to create a profile on the SLCC Human Resources page, how to search for jobs, resources for creating a CV or resume, familiarity with career and student employment staff, USCIS immigration eligibility requirements.

Location: STC 002 Career and Student Employment

June 7 – 2 p.m.

Presenter: Felicia Kelson, Wells Fargo Bank
What you will learn: Understanding the U.S. banking system, different types of bank accounts, financial protection.

Location: SIC Conference Room STC 236 A

June 14 – 2 p.m.

Presenters: Felicia Kelson and Alex Leavitt, Wells Fargo Bank
What you will learn: How to protect your identity and be more secure in your daily transactions and interactions.

Location: SIC Conference Room STC 236 A

June 28 – 2 p.m.

Presenter: Scott Wakefield, Academic Advising
What you will learn: How to get information about support services for international students, how to choose a major, how to create an academic plan, understanding Degree Works, familiarity with the U.S. educational system.

Location: SIC Conference Room STC 236 A

July 12 – 2 p.m.

Presenter: Rob Robbins, International Student Affairs
What you will learn: USCIS immigration eligibility requirements, International Student Affairs verification process, documentation needed, timeline, eligible jobs, eligible majors and options after completion of OPT.

Location: SIC Conference Room STC 236 A

July 19 – 2 p.m.

Presenter: Rob Robbins, International Student Affairs
What you will learn: The documentation and timeline required to successfully transfer from the ESL program to the SLCC undergraduate program.

Location: SIC Conference Room STC 236 A

July 26 – 2 p.m.

Presenter: Wendy Potter, Career and Student Employment
What you will learn: USCIS immigration eligibility requirements, International Student Affairs verification process, required documentation, eligible jobs, eligible majors and classes, employer and student responsibilities.

Location: STC 002 Career and Student Employment