Networking 101

September 29, 2008

Networking is a valuable skill used in the job search. Through your connections you can get access to information about jobs and companies that is not located on the internet. Only a small percentage of jobs are posted on the Internet job databases (approximately 20%) so you must know people who know people in order […]

The Subjective Resume

September 22, 2008

What is a resume? According to most dictionaries, it is a written summary of a person’s education, experience and other important information. But a resume goes far beyond that for you, the job seeker. A resume needs to be a marketing piece or advertisement for you to prospective employers. And what do all great advertisements […]

The Five (or six) Year Plan

September 15, 2008

Years ago the standard time frame for college of four years (hence the titles “Four Year College” and “Two Year College”) but fast forward to present day and a lot of students are spending upwards of five to six years in college. Is this wrong? It depends on the reasons. If you are staying in […]

Events Galore!

September 8, 2008

This semester the Career Center is offering a multitude of workshops and other events to help you in your career development. No matter if your a freshman or a senior you can find something at the Career Center. As usual we are offering several workshops on writing resumes and preparing for the Career fair. But […]

Don’t Just Sit There, Get Out There!

September 1, 2008

College is more than just classes! You may be thinking that this is odd for someone who works for the college to say but it is true. Through your classes you are getting the necessary educational background needed for the world but everything else you do in college is important too! Through clubs, greek life, […]

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