Octave Workshop Series
Attend one of these workshops hosted by Octave Advisors exploring various topics supporting career management and maximizing current student experiences.
Date: August 31st, September 21st, October 26th, November 9th
Time: 12:00 pm
Location: Virtual – Zoom
Tuesday, August 31st at 12 pm - Course Relevance Workshop
This popular Summer Series Workshop returns to explore popular majors and collegiate courses as well as their correlation with your career path. Additionally, we'll take it a step further and teach you best practices to highlight that experience and leverage it to attract and impress prospective employers.
Tuesday, September 21st at 6 pm - Starting Over
In this workshop, we tackle the uncertainty of changing careers and/or majors. Octave Advisors discusses important tips, tricks and strategies for making positive changes in your career path. Whether it’s a small adjustment or a major pivot, this workshop will dive into effective strategy, messaging, and navigation of changing career waters.
Tuesday, October 26th at 12 pm - DEI (Panel)
In this workshop, Octave Advisors will introduce a diverse panel of employers and hiring professionals to facilitate an open forum discussing diversity, equity, and inclusion within the job market as well as the workplace. Our DEI Panel will highlight the topic’s importance, realities, and its practical application.RSVP for 10/26/2021
Tuesday, November 9th at 6 pm - Career Upscaling
In this final Fall Workshop, Octave Advisors will deep dive into career advancement from within your current career path. Having trouble getting that promotion? Need to know what’s ACTUALLY going to help you get that raise, that senior title, or the shift to that team that does way cooler stuff? Join us and learn best practices for Career Upscaling.RSVP for 11/9/2021
Greek Economy, Import/Export and Sustainable Business Models
The Michael J. Coles College of Business and the Marketing and Professional Sales Department are hosting a distinguished panel including representatives from the Atlanta Greek Consulate, industry and education focused on discussion of the Greek Economy and Export/Import business. Topics may include the current economic and marketing issues related to Greece in both the Global economy and as a trading partner with the United States, the potential for import/export between Greece and the USA, and a sustainable economy.
Light refreshments before and after
Location: University Rooms A, B and C in the Carmichael Student Center
Date: October 21, 2021
Time: 9:30 am – 11:00 am
For more information, click here.
The Best Kept Secret in the Finance Industry
If you are interested in learning about different industries and want to help companies grow, a career in secured finance might be a great fit for you. The Secured Finance Network is a global community of lenders, finance companies, service providers, and related parties who together, do the important work of deploying much-needed capital that fuels our nation’s economy. The secured finance market is comprised of over 5,000 commercial banks and another 1,500 non-depository lenders across the US. Learn from experts in the lending field about different opportunities in the finance and banking industry.
Date: October 25, 2021
Time: 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Location: Burruss 384
Space and pizza is limited, attendees must RSVP.
All-Access SeriesMeet Atlanta area employers, learn about the company culture, hiring trends, and more.
Tetley Lecture SeriesBringing Atlanta’s great business minds to students, faculty, staff and alumni.
Saturday, November 6, 2021
The competition will be held in the Coles College of Business
Kennesaw State University
The Digital Marketing Competition is expanding this year and will be returning to the KSU campus. Our day will include:
- The competition
- Luncheon keynote speaker
- LinkedIn Workshop
- Panels and/or Workshops with industry experts
- Opportunity for LinkedIn Headshots