What is an information session?

What is an information session?

An information session is an open meeting scheduled by an organization. These sessions, hosted in a classroom or space on campus, allow the organization to meet with potential candidates in a more informal setting.

What should be included in an information session?

The content of your information session could include:

  1. a brief overview of the industry as well as your company.
  2. an overview of the types of positions available for new graduates.
  3. international opportunities within your organisation.
  4. internship/vacation work opportunities.
  5. the value of postgraduate recruits.

How can a senior apply for US citizenship?

If you are age 50 or older and have lived in the U.S. as a green card holder (permanent resident) for at least 20 years, you can have the citizenship interview conducted in your native language. This is commonly referred to as the “50/20” waiver.

What do you need for apply citizenship?

Bring as many as possible of the following:

  1. Copy of your passport showing departure and arrival stamps.
  2. Copies of income tax returns (or transcripts) for the past 5 filing years (or past 3 filing years if applying based on marriage to a U.S. citizen)
  3. Rent or mortgage payment receipts.

Are information sessions worth it?

As obvious as it sounds, information sessions are a great way to obtain valuable information about the companies and positions you are seeking. This is doing your research about the company from the best source possible: the employers.

How do Info sessions work?

Information sessions let employers cover that information once and give students the chance to think over the information before interviews. Students meet someone from the organization (might be your interviewer or someone else) and it breaks the ice.

Why is information session important?

Info sessions give significantly more insight and are unofficially considered a requirement for interviews. Many representatives also hold interview spots for those who attend, so attending can be a quick an easy way of getting past the first step of the hiring process and getting the interview.

How do I apply for citizenship without paying?

The application for U.S. citizenship, known as Form N-400, is among the immigration forms for which an applicant can request a fee waiver. The fee waiver application consists of Form I-912, which you will need to submit to USCIS together with your application and documents supporting your need for the waiver.

How can I get free citizenship?

What should I ask in a college information session?

Campus Life

  • What’s it like to be a first-year student here?
  • What’s a typical day like?
  • How much time do students spend studying per week?
  • What do you do when you’re not in class?
  • What do you do on the weekends?
  • What is the social scene like?
  • What kinds of things are there to do in your school’s hometown?
  • How’s the food?
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