Career workshops with Steve Dalton

The job search can be a frustrating process. We’re offering two online career workshops by Steve Dalton, renowned expert and author of The 2-Hour Job Search. Attendees will walk away with actionable steps for searching for a job and acing the interview. Attend one workshop for $15 or both for $25.

OCT. 26 | The 2-Hour Job Search

5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. (pacific time)

How exactly do you network so that it leads to interviews? In this online workshop, you’ll be offered an exact process–rather than a series of tips–for effectively turning strangers into advocates, leading to more internal referrals and more job interviews, even when career-changing into sectors or regions where you lack any relevant contacts or experience.

This session proposes an efficient alternative to hopelessly applying to online job postings. Attendees will leave the session knowing exactly what they need to do next.

NOV. 3 | Acing the Interview

5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. (pacific time)

In this online workshop, you'll be offered a step-by-step breakdown for effectively and quickly solving such challenges as:

  • Preparing a resume
  • Writing a cover letter
  • Answering common interview questions like “Tell me about yourself” or “What is your biggest weakness?”

Attendees of this workshop will leave with a better understanding for which job search tasks matter more than others, as well as a recipe for solving each one, quickly and easily.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Steve Dalton is a senior career consultant and program director for Duke University’s full-time MBA program. He holds his own MBA from the same institution and a chemical engineering degree from Case Western Reserve. Prior to entering career services, Dalton was an associate marketing manager at General Mills and a strategy consultant at A.T. Kearney.

In 2012, Penguin Random House published Dalton’s debut book, The 2-Hour Job Search. His concepts are now taught at over a hundred universities worldwide, and Dalton regularly presents workshops and keynotes outlining his methods. Dalton is a regular contributor at The Huffington Post and is regularly quoted in the media, including The Wall Street Journal, U.S. News, Fast Company, and Financial Times, among others.