ACSM's 2020 International Health & Fitness Virtual Summit Video CEC: Calling All Young Professionals! Tips and Advice for Succeeding in Your Career
By Lauren Korzan, MA Exercise Physiology, Chair, ACSM-EPC, ACSM-GEI, Regional Program Manager, Aquila, Atlanta, GA; Wendy Mastin, BS - Health and Physical Activity, Vice President of Operations, Aquila, Miami, FL
Recent graduates and young professionals entering the fitness industry are often equipped with a strong educational background, but tend to be weak in interview skills and practical knowledge. The goal of this presentation is to provide advice and information from seasoned professionals in the corporate fitness field to help job-seekers succeed in their careers and be equipped with a skill set that will attract employers.
1. Understand the importance of the interview process. This includes how to communicate effectively throughout the process, how to dress for an interview, and how to conduct yourself during an interview.
2. Understand what skills are important beyond a strong educational background.
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