Don’t Let Grades, Test Scores Keep You From Graduate School!

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As you consider your graduate and professional school options, you must accept the fact that grades and test scores matter.
But there are five things you can do to help improve your chances!

Link to full article: www.usnews.com

Also, use …

By Martin Saenz
Martin Saenz Career Counselor-College of Liberal and Fine Arts Martin Saenz
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4 Great Reasons to Attend a Career Fair

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The below 4 reasons will explain how important it is to attend tomorrow’s S.T.E.M. Career Fair being held from 8:30am-11:30am in the HUC Ballroom and the All-Majors Career Fair being held from 1:30pm-4:30pm in the HUC Ballroom.

Identify What Employers …

By Sara Goede
Sara Goede Career Counselor-College of Liberal and Fine Arts Sara Goede
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How to prove you’re as smart as your resume says you are

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Do you know what an Allen wrench is?

The engineer my friend hired a few years ago didn’t—despite his degree.

His employment status changed after that. You see, it’s one thing to be able to list a college, graduate program, …

By Mysti Frazier
Mysti Frazier Career Counselor-College of Business Mysti Frazier
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Information Sessions: Sept. 19 During the Career Fair!!Don’t miss out!

Career Fair Info Sessions

By Veronica Rodriguez
Veronica Rodriguez Career Counselor-College of Business Veronica Rodriguez
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What to say when an interviewer asks, “What is your biggest weakness?”

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When interviewing for a new job, you’ll most likely run into the “What’s your greatest weakness” question. Suzy has four great tips at how to handle your answer without blowing up. http://jwmi.com 

By Heidi Sawyer
Heidi Sawyer Career Counselor-University College Heidi Sawyer
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How To Get The Job You Really Want

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When it comes to looking for a job, identifying the type of job you want is the single most important thing you can do. This will make it easier to be effective in your job search while also ensuring that …

By Sara Goede
Sara Goede Career Counselor-College of Liberal and Fine Arts Sara Goede
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Internship Info for International Students

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This video provides some quick information and practical advice for starting an internship search in the USA.

For questions about visa status and specifics visit the International Student Services office.

For questions about internship search, companies that hire international talent, …

By Mysti Frazier
Mysti Frazier Career Counselor-College of Business Mysti Frazier
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“The Career Fair…It’s Kind of Like Dating.”

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The University Career Center is proud to present a Peer to Peer perspective on Career Fair Prep from Fellow Roadrunner Tyler Werland.

The Career Fair… It’s Kind of Like Dating

3 Tips for Success at the Career Fair

The career …

By Veronica Rodriguez
Veronica Rodriguez Career Counselor-College of Business Veronica Rodriguez
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Three Rules To Break During Your Job Search

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The modern job market presents new challenges every day. I’ve been there, and I can relate. Years ago, I graduated with a shiny new (and expensive) computer and systems engineering degree right in the middle of the dot-com crash. New …

By Abreetta Bonner
Abreetta Bonner Career Counselor-College of Engineering Abreetta Bonner
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Ask a Recruiter: How do I get noticed?

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Dear Recruiter,

What do you do when you find “the perfect job,” based on its description and want to ensure you are considered? In your cover letter, resume, and reaching out to connections in your network, how do you express …

By Mysti Frazier
Mysti Frazier Career Counselor-College of Business Mysti Frazier
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