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Life after Circle K. Presented by: Ronald Liu CAYP Kiwanis. So I'm done... now what?. Wait, what's going on?! Turn to page 8 I'm going to grad school. Turn to page 38 I need to find a way to make money Turn to page 55 I need to organize my finances. Turn to page 70.
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Life after Circle K Presented by: Ronald Liu CAYP Kiwanis
So I'm done... now what? Wait, what's going on?! Turn to page 8 I'm going to grad school. Turn to page 38 I need to find a way to make money Turn to page 55 I need to organize my finances. Turn to page 70
What does graduating mean? You're officially better off than many people. You can travel! Say hello to stability (somewhat). Today is the first day of the rest of your life.
Job Hunting For Newbies Job vs. Career Picking your path Using what CKI has given you How to find a job
Job vs. Career Temporary vs. Permanent A paycheck vs. a passion A means to an end, but which end? Which one do I go for?
Your Vocational Compass What were the lessons you've been taught? Like a compass, you can go in every direction. Flexibility and balance without being a gymnast. What has being institutionalized done for me?
CKI = Cheat Codes! CKI has helped me, shall I count the ways? Business clothes Even planning Human resources Business experience Hands on leadership Kiwanis connections!
Job Hunting: Quidditch for Adults Where do I start? Once I find my target, how do I hone in? What does it take to find what I seek? What should I bring to the table? Everyone's out to help me... right?
Hot Topics Flexibility – Jobs, compensation, etc. Personal Information The hiring process Your resume Staying motivated
Interview Extras! Know your role (don't shut your mouth) Regarding past employers Looking prepared Do your research Check your checklist
You're Not In College Anymore What needs to change? Are you free from the school lifestyle? How are you taking care of yourself? Welcome to the real world. Finances!!! (Budgeting, taxes, and other fun things)
Grad School Checklist All applications submitted Acceptance letters sent Housing situation situated (see page 55) Scouting out the neighborhood and working out traveling arrangements Possibly looking for a job (see page 38)