Behavioral Interview/ Communications Workshop with PwC
Friday, April 25, 2014
Posted by: Ascend Metro New York
On March 1st, 2014, the Ascend New York Metro Chapter successfully hosted over 80 undergraduate and graduate students for the second event of the student mentoring program – workshop series.
The presenter, Lisa Ortiz is a senior campus recruiter with PwC. Prior to her role with campus recruiting, she was a client facing professional in PwC's assurance and tax practices. Lisa shared on how to power up your professional presence in order to stand out. She said, "Your resume and credential can only go so far. Companies are also looking for a personality "fit.” You need to make sure the vibe you're putting out is true to who you are.” In a recent survey of 2000 bosses, one out of every three bosses claimed that they knew within the first 90 seconds of an interview whether they would hire someone. Having a powerful professional presence is critical to stand out within the crowd.
The afternoon concluded on a sense of anticipation and excitement for the upcoming Networking Etiquette Workshop and Speed Networking event on Saturday, April 5th, 2014. We are very grateful to Lisa Ortiz, PwC Campus Recruiter, for a lively and engaging presentation, PwC for being a gracious host and a supportive partner, and the volunteers for their invaluable assistance.
Ascend New York Metro Student Mentoring Program offers one-on-one mentoring, a relationship where the mentors help the mentees see beyond their own perspectives and develop successful strategies in their professional or personal lives. Mentors may share personal experiences and insights that add perspective. They may ask powerful questions to open up possibilities and challenge your thinking.
If you have any questions about the Student Mentoring program or becoming a mentor, please contact Ascend New York Metro at email@example.com.
Ascend is the largest, non-profit Pan-Asian organization for business professionals in North America. Established in 2005, Ascend has grown to serve professionals and corporations across various professions and across multiple industries.
Ascend reaches 60,000 people with 28 student chapters and 17 professional chapters located in both the United States and Canada around major business hubs and educational institutions. In addition, The National Association of Asian MBAs (NAAMBA), Ascend's national organization, offers robust professional development and career enhancement programs designed to cultivate Pan-Asian talent. We are a 501(c) non-profit organization.