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CVS Template 2017

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Prezi Template
SFU Career and Volunteer Services...
WHY?
HOW?
TIPS
TYPES
WHERE?
PROCESS
So What's In It For You?
4
3
1
2
6
5
Create Community.
Get Connected to Campus and Community Resources.
Discover your Passions and Strengths.
Strengthen your Resume and Gain Skills.
Build Relationships.
It's Fun!
Opportunities for Engagement
SFSS
STUDENT UNIONS
CLUBS
RESIDENCE LIFE
ATHLETICS
STUDENT MEDIA
SPECIAL EVENTS
CO-CURRICULAR EXPERIENCES
STUDENT SUPPORT
Step 1: Ask yourself some questions
Step 2: Find an opportunity
Keep your eyes and ears open
Check listings online
Talk to others
Do your research
Step 3: Apply or sign up
Step 4: Participate
Step 5: Stay connected
Stay Connected
CAREER
VOLUNTEER
How much time do I want to dedicate?
What sort of skills/experience is my resume lacking?
Career Myths
What percentage of 25-year-olds are pursuing the same careers they were when they were 17?
of 25 year olds maintain the same career expectations they had when they were 17
16.5 %
(~1 in 6)
Also:
38.3%

have a new direction at 25

13.3%

undecided at 25
VIDEO
Wondering Where Your Degree Might Lead You?
What percentage of people said their careers were influenced by chance events?
THE ROLE OF CHANCE:
69%
of students reported that chance events influenced their career decision


(Bright, Pryor, & Harpham, 2005)
THE POWER OF ACTION / EXPERIENCE:

Employers valued
work integrated learning
and
co-curricular involvement
above academic performance.


CACEE Campus Recruitment and Benchmark Report, 2013
What do I want to get out of it?
What are my interests?
MyInvolvement
Fill out documentation
Put together your application
Interview
Get hired/accepted
Tip: Many volunteer positions involve several responsibilities and are recruited just like jobs!
Whether the position lasts a few hours or a few months, be on time, do your best and have fun!
Ask about future opportunities
Connect with the people you worked with on LinkedIn
Follow the organization's social media
On Campus
Look for organizations within your major
Tip #1
Tip #2
Use social media!
Tip #3
Stop by
Centre for Student Engagement
Student Central
Career and Volunteer Services
Tip #4
Chat with faculty
Tip #5
Find something that aligns with your personal values and goals
Tip #6
Be aware of what transferable skills you are gaining from each experience and write them down!
Questions?
Do you have any...
Career Related
Non-Career Related
Creating
a website
Tutoring
Developing
an app
Volunteer positions that directly relate to your future career path
Joining
an event
Fundraising
Participating
in a DSU
Volunteer positions that don't directly relate to your future career path
But remember: All volunteer positions have transferable skills!
Activity
What's your first term goal?
What are some examples of things you can do to be more involved?
Academic
Social/Student Life
Health & Wellbeing
Personal & Professional
Prezi Template How-To
(Remove this from path once you're done)
Step 1: Choose your background
Replace the background image with the one of your choice
Blur the image using the sharpness slider in the effects options
Apply a coloured filter to it in the effects options
(This is important, we don't want every prezi to be identical)
Change the background colour to mathc the image
do this under the "customize" options
Step 2: Organize your presentation into main topics
The main advantage of this template is the colour coding!
Assign a colour group to each topic
These are the 3 colours in a column in the colour palette
e.g. "How" -->
Dark

Medium

Light

Every object/title about that topic should BE RELATED TO THOSE COLOURS
The
Red
colour is only for the main title, final "questions", "stay connected", and anything outside your topics
Step 3: Insert main objects
Your options include:
So What's In It For You?
4
3
1
2
6
5
Create Community.
Get Connected to Campus and Community Resources.
Discover your Passions and Strengths.
Strengthen your Resume and Gain Skills.
Build Relationships.
It's Fun!
Tip #4
Chat with faculty
Career Related
Non-Career Related
Creating
a website
Tutoring
Developing
an app
Volunteer positions that directly relate to your future career path
Joining
an event
Fundraising
Participating
in a DSU
Volunteer positions that don't directly relate to your future career path
But remember: All volunteer positions have transferable skills!
Opportunities for Engagement
SFSS
STUDENT UNIONS
CLUBS
RESIDENCE LIFE
ATHLETICS
STUDENT MEDIA
SPECIAL EVENTS
CO-CURRICULAR EXPERIENCES
STUDENT SUPPORT
On Campus
Step 3: Apply or sign up
Fill out documentation
Put together your application
Interview
Get hired/accepted
Tip: Many volunteer positions involve several responsibilities and are recruited just like jobs!
Activity
What's your first term goal?
What percentage of 25-year-olds are pursuing the same careers they were when they were 17?
of 25 year olds maintain the same career expectations they had when they were 17
16.5 %
(~1 in 6)
Also:
38.3%

have a new direction at 25

13.3%

undecided at 25
Put your main topics in the circles below the main title
Use arrows to logically connect ideas (you can copy/paste them + change colours when appropriate)
Step 4: Participate
Whether the position lasts a few hours or a few months, be on time, do your best and have fun!
Step 2: Find an opportunity
Keep your eyes and ears open
Check listings online
Talk to others
Do your research
MyInvolvement
(Feel free to change these but stay with the same styling/ topic colour assignment)
Step 4: Add/change icons
Most/all main icons are from the built in "Simple White" collection
These can be accessed by going to "insert" --> "symbols and shapes" --> "Simple White"
There are exceptions but try to stick with the simple white
Keep the icons relevant to the topics you are discussing
Step 5: Group things together
Make sure all items relevant to a certain topic are placed close together on the background image
This will look better when presenting and be WAY easier to edit
Use arrows to connect ideas
If you need more room - Make the background image larger or all the object smaller!
Step 6: Inserting images
Try not to just insert images all over the place
Give them all a colour relevant background box
Put them in a logical place in relation to other content
If possible, try to convert the prezi slides from older prezis/screenshots into the new prezi format
otherwise all our prezis will go back to how they looked before!
Step 7: Path it
If things look too zoomed in, add an invisible frame over top to the size you want
invisible frames are your best friend
NO SPINNING OR UPSIDE-DOWN-NESS
Make sure that no outside objects are overlapping/showing in the frame
Step 8: Clean it up
Make sure there is no overlap between frames
move things farther apart if needed
Use invisible frames to control what is shown in each frame
Make sure everything is contrasted against the background enough to be legible
move things around if needed
@SFU_Career
SFU Career Services
SFU.ca/career
Burnaby . Surrey . Vancouver
SFU Volunteer Services
@SFU_Volunteer
SFU.ca/volunteer
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