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How to have a Happy New YOU

Advanced Career Planning Monthly Series — Preparing for 2015 is exciting for many people as it offers a fresh start.  For others, the New Year is viewed as a reminder of what was not accomplished.  369 more words

Career Advice

It Sucks To Park in Philly

Seriously, it’s awful.  On our last night in Philadelphia my wife and I were walking down the sidewalk heading to dinner.  Along the way we were talking about our observations on this topic. 569 more words


Looking ahead to Spring 2015 Work Based Learning Registration?

Do you need some work experience to go along with your technical program? Does your program  require or allow Work Based Learning (Coop)?

Registration is right around the corner and to qualify for WBL you will need to have completed 12 curriculumhours including 3 hours in your program and your GPA has to be a 2.0 or higher. 38 more words

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Career Services #1

This past semester, I went to my mandatory Barrett Honors Upper Division Advising. I’ve seen a different advisor every time I’ve been in that office, so it was interesting to see yet another new face. 74 more words

Career Services

Etiquette Tip: Asking for a coffee interview

The Holidays are a great time for informational interviews. Here is the challenging part: you have to ask for them.

If you meet someone at a party or event, don’t be afraid to ask. 203 more words

Career Services

Alternative Careers in NRSC talk: Thursday, 12/11

December 11 Muenzinger E214, 4-5 pm

Kendall Powell, M.S. – trained as a cell biologist, left her PhD program to follow a career in science communication at UC-Santa Cruz. 38 more words

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Job Tips for Rhetoric and Professional Technical Writing part 4 Final

So we’ve covered some basics at Saginaw Valley. We got info from Career Services, now here’s a little about a guidebook you’ll definitely find helpful! 355 more words

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