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Using Glassdoor To Do Career Research

Glassdoor will be helping students in GEB 3003 learn how to research companies and jobs.  Check out this great video they did for us!

You can read more about our partnership on their blog:  … 100 more words

Turning No-Shows Into Teachable Moments

Janet R. Long
Founder, Integrity Search Inc.
Career Counselor, Widener University
Blog: http://inyourownvoice.wordpress.com/
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/janetrlong/
Twitter: @IntegritySearch

Do “no-shows” represent a routine annoyance for career centers, or are they teachable moments for students learning about the world of work in all its dimensions?   448 more words

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Helping Students Grow: Quality Assurance for Career Coaches

Lakeisha M. Mathews, Director, Career and Professional Development Center, University of Baltimore
Twitter: @RightResumes_CC
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/lakeishamathews/
Blogs from Lakeisha Matthews.

Every career center has a different approach when it comes to helping students in scheduled appointment sessions. 384 more words

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Have I Got a Car For You!

I’ve said before, in this space actually, that my Dad is a really smart guy. I came to this realization after moving out, starting my life and having to deal with all the things that growed up people have to deal with. 1,001 more words

Welcome Back Spiders

The new academic year is officially underway and this time of the year always brings a feeling in the air that anything possible. First-year students are learning how to conquer campus (and find their classes), seniors are looking to make the most of their last year here, and everyone in between is excited about a blank slate for the year ahead. 673 more words

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A Career For You

Today is the first day of school for those attending Western Technical College in La Crosse. Welcome back Students!

So, speaking of fresh starts: This blog is all about Careers 4 U, right? 704 more words

Getting the Right Answer - Repost

This blog was the basis for my presentation today at Welcome to the majors.  Thanks to all of you who attended!

I was supposed to be an Engineer.  991 more words