After getting off to a slow start during the fall semester, the student chapter is rolling full steam ahead. On February 17, Bill Haywood from the Blackhawk County Conservation Board, and John Stacey from Bacon Veneer talked about "Life After Graduation.'' Their program was very interesting and they assured us that the jobs are out there, provided we are willing to do a little work to find them. This program was cosponsored by SAF, Forestry Club, and FPRS. On March 17, Roger Bruene from the Ag. placement Office talked to us about the dots and don'ts of resume writing and interviewing. Then on March 25, following Mr. Bruene's tips, we staged mock-interviews with Robert Pinneke, Director of the Story County conservation Board. Students who interviewed were required to write a cover letter and design a resume. It was a good experience for all who participated.
"Society of American Foresters,"
Ames Forester: Vol. 74
, Article 12.
Available at: https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/amesforester/vol74/iss1/12