Author Archives: Jolynne Judge

The Orientation Leader Job is an Opportunity to Build Career-Ready Skills

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According to a 2019 Forbes.com article, eight leadership skills that will be vital in tomorrow’s workplace include adaptability, transparency, empathy, flexibility, humility, competent and confident communication, emotional intelligence, and commitment to a vision. These skills are critical for success in …

By Seseer Mou-Danha
Seseer Mou-Danha New Student Program Graduate Assistant
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6 Questions About the Free NDSU MOS Certification Answered

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After the recent 2019 Fall Career Expo, students have been exposed to more opportunities for employment than ever. But not everyone takes advantage of another incredible opportunity available year-round through the university. In a collaboration between Microsoft, Student Government, and …

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NDSU Dining Job Fair- June 27th from 4:30pm-7:00pm

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LOOKING FOR ON CAMPUS EMPLOYMENT?

NDSU Dining is excited to be hosting our first ever job fair on Thursday, June 27th from 4:30pm-7:00pm at the Residence Dining Conference Room (1411 Albrecht Blvd. Fargo. Room 102).

We are looking to fill …

By Ashley Kunz
Ashley Kunz Assistant to Director
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Be More for Students- Looking for Reading and Math Tutors at Moorhead Public Schools

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Moorhead Public Schools are looking for 10 reading tutors and 1 math tutor for the upcoming school year.  In Minnesota, 1 in 3 third graders struggles to read at grade level and less than 60% of eighth graders are proficient …

By Jennifer Breding
Jennifer Breding Recruiter
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The Free Certification NDSU Offers Students Nobody is Talking About

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It’s tough – really tough, sometimes – to land a job. But there is one resource that could help that students normally don’t take advantage of… usually costing hundreds of dollars, NDSU offers it free to students, faculty, and staff. For many …

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The Power of Working for “Free”

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“So is this a volunteer position?” is a question I hear consistently as I visit student organizations to recruit for the 2019 Welcome Week Team.

I was listening to Rachel Hollis, one of my favorite Podcasters, and was intrigued by …

By Alyssa Teubner
Alyssa Teubner New Student Programs Coordinator
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The Myriad Mobile Key To Success

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At Myriad Mobile we know that office culture cannot be stressed enough. According to a study described in Forbes, office culture has a greater impact on company performance than previously thought. In this study, “Dr. Proto reminds us of the …

By Madison Little
Madison Little Marketing Coordinator
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5 Essential Tips for Your Medical School Interview

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Admissions officers use the medical school interview to identify candidates with maturity, empathy, and superior interpersonal skills. They already know your credentials. Now they want to know what kind of person you …

By Cassandra Gilbert
Cassandra Gilbert
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These 5 Outfits Will Help You Decide What To Wear To Your Next Interview.

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You’ve spent countless hours studying, building your resume, and practicing your adult voice for interviews.  But nothing can replace that split-second moment when your prospective employer sees your outfit. Lucky for you, unlike all that other stuff, you can nail …

By WayUp
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10 Tips to Kick-Start a New Career

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Changing a career takes a lot of motivation and energy and can often feel tricky and overwhelming. But it doesn’t have to be like that. All you need is to have a strategy, some basic guidelines to help you painlessly …

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