5 Lessons I Needed to Learn About Job Searching as a Disabled Person

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Once upon a time, I was a newly crowned master of journalism who used to roll out of bed mid-afternoon, brush my hair, and eat something before I settled in for my “day.” By “day” I mean I’d check in …

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Summer is here, and so are we!

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Many students have left campus or left the area, but the Career Center staff are still here throughout the summer!  This can be a great time to freshen up a resume, consider a temporary or part-time position, work on developing …

By Amanda Reil
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Hello everyone!

This week’s question: How do I search for a job? What are trusted places to look?

That is a great question!

Finding an internship or post-grad position can be overwhelming. Here’s a few tips for making the process …

By Andrea Richard
Andrea Richard Career Mentor Andrea Richard
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Ask the CC

Hi everyone!

This week’s question: Can you take a cheat sheet to an interview to help you remember what you’d like to say at the interview? Also, if the interviewer(s) notice you looking at a piece of paper before answering …

By Andrea Richard
Andrea Richard Career Mentor Andrea Richard
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Ask the CC

Hello everyone!

This week’s question: Should you put military experience on a resume, and if so, how do you format it?

That is a great question!

Military experience should definitely be on your resume! That is wonderful experience that is …

By Andrea Richard
Andrea Richard Career Mentor Andrea Richard
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