Career Decision Making Model

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Where are you?
Assess Myself
Examine who you are and what you like to do. Assessments are available to help you identify potential occupations that may interest you. Self- assessments do not tell you what you should do or should …

By Heidi Sawyer
Heidi Sawyer Career Counselor-University College Heidi Sawyer
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Are you the first in your family to attend college?

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The term ‘first-generation college student’ is used to describe students who are the first in their families to go to college. First-generation college students tend to enter college with less knowledge of the college experience and less family support. These …

By Tiffany Jackson
Tiffany Jackson Career Counselor-College of Liberal & Fine Arts Tiffany Jackson
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A Crash Course in Interviewing

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Interviewing can be a very stressful time for many students, especially if you have never held a job. Here are some quick tips for acing the job interview, and leaving the greatest impression on the employer.

Do Your RESEARCH! …

By Tiffany Jackson
Tiffany Jackson Career Counselor-College of Liberal & Fine Arts Tiffany Jackson
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Avin Jordan
By Avin Jordan
Avin Jordan Experiential Learning Program Coordinator Avin Jordan

Still looking for a summer internship, but your schedule is too busy for the traditional 8-5 shift? If so, don’t forget to check this month’s attached edition of “The Monthly Launch” and join us for a discussion on interning from your couch! #TheInvisibleOffice

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