Career Services Fall Keynote Event! Steve Dalton Presents The 2 Hour Job Se...

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Dicus Family Auditorium, 1111 Capitol Federal Hall

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Business and Engineering Career Services are proud to present Steve Dalton as our fall keynote speaker. Attendees of this lecture will learn The 2-Hour Job Search process for prioritizing, contacting, & attracting target employers to maximize post-campus job search efficiency & effectiveness. This workshop is relevant to students at all levels. The content will be especially helpful for students seeking opportunities outside of our geographic area and/or with companies not represented on campus. This is a tremendous opportunity for KU students.

Steve Dalton is a senior career consultant and associate director at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business. He holds his own MBA from the same institution and a chemical engineering degree from Case Western Reserve University. Prior to entering the career services industry, Dalton was an associate marketing manager at General Mills and a strategy consultant at A.T. Kearney. Random House published Dalton's debut book, The 2-Hour Job Search, in March 2012. His concepts are now taught at over 30 universities worldwide. Dalton is regular contributor at The Huffington Post, and his media appearances include the Financial Times, Forbes.com, and CBS News online among others. Dalton can be found on Twitter (@Dalton_Steve), 2hourjobsearch.com, and the book's LinkedIn Group, where he shares updates and answers questions from job seekers, career coaches, and hiring managers.

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