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Career Skills Workshops

Spring 2020

As a part of the STEM@Work program supports for student interns, CES provides training in important Career Skills.  Click the flyer images below to access recordings of the workshops.

Resumes Part 1

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Resumes Part 2

Cover Letter Part 1

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Cover Letter Part 2

Young black man in office attire

Interview Skills Part 1

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Interview Skills Part 2

Interview Skills Part 3

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Interview Skills Part 4

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Meet the Pro Workshop Series

Spring 2020

As a part of the STEM@Work program supports for student interns, CES provides training in important Career Skills.  Click the flyer images below to access recordings of the workshops.

Biomedical Engineer

Plant Biologist

Chemical Engineer

Behavioral Neuroscientist

 

Mechanical Engineer

Food Scientist

Polymer Scientist

Matt Rigney

Matt Rigney is the Director of the STEM@Work Paid Internship Program, the CES Perkins Consortium, and CES Connecting Activities. He has acted as the Director of the Hampshire County School-to-Career Partnership for over nineteen years, where he supervises and assists nine school-to-work team members in the development of internship programs, career development workshops, and use of funds for career skill development. As the regional Perkins Consortium Director, he works with four schools to deliver non-Chapter 74 Perkins programming in disciplines ranging from engineering to early childhood, welding, graphic design, and culinary. As Director of the STEM@Work Paid Internship Program, he places high school students in paid, cutting edge STEM internships in biomed, chemical engineering, neuroscience, biophysics, and other STEM fields. In all of these CES programs, Mr. Rigney partners with community members and colleagues to develop essential career skills in youth.

Position: Director, Workforce Development Programs

Email: mrigney@collaborative.org

Phone: 413.522.8322

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