The Career Resource Center has some new and exciting workshops for graduate students for the rest of the semester! Check out the workshops below, or schedule an individual appointment on Gator Career Link where we can create a customized action plan just for you.


International Student Series: Transitioning to an Employment Based Visa, Featuring Immigration Attorney, Aaron Blumberg: March 8th from 4-6pm, CRC Library

Learn about different ways to obtain an employment based visa post-graduation in this informational workshop. Aaron Blumberg, an Immigration Attorney with Fragomen Associates, will be delivering a presentation and answering your questions related to H1B Visas and other ways to legally remain in the US.


Negotiating in Academia: March 9th from 4:05-4:55, CRC Classroom

Negotiating is an expected part of the job search process in academia, and we’re here to help you know what can be negotiated, how to ask, and some best practices. This workshop will also feature Dr. David Mazyck from Environmental Engineering, as he shares some of his own tips for successful academic negotiations.


Finding Your Career Outside the Ivory Tower: March 15th from 4:05-4:55pm, CRC Classroom

Not sure if academia is the right path for you? Attend this interactive workshop to learn about alternative academic pathways and explore how to apply your skills and strengths in a nonacademic arena.


Making Plans for Summer and Beyond: April 6th from 4:05-4:55, CRC Classroom

If you’re not sure how to use your summer effectively, attend this workshop to learn about ways to gain experience in your industry, build upon a skills set, or further explore a career path.


All events will be taking place in the Career Resource Center, located on Level 1 of the Reitz Union. For full details of all events, explore the “Events” tab in Gator Career Link at

Questions or concerns? Contact Melissa Lyon at [log in to unmask].