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How to stand out at a Careers Fair

A couple of tips to get a head at a Careers Fair:

Tip 1 – Plan your visit and give yourself enough time to research the companies that are attending. 192 more words

Assist With College Costs

Playing sports is beneficial to the brain, strengthens the body, and could possibly help pay for college.  In “Why Play Tennis?“, author Samantha Linden encourages everyone to play tennis because it not only physically strengthens a player, but also sharpens one’s brain.   194 more words

Take a minute. Take my call.

This week I have spent most of my time talking with candidates who are not looking for new jobs. They have jobs and they like them. 305 more words

Career Change

UM recruiter provides on-campus resources for students wanting to join Peace Corps

University of Michigan students planning for the future should take advantage of a unique resource on campus this year: university-dedicated Peace Corps representative Katie Collins. From her office in 1500 of the Student Activities Building, Collins is available to share her experiences and accomplishments living and working abroad in a new culture, while helping students pursue their own path toward making a difference for others and themselves through Peace Corps service after graduation. 860 more words


Unemployment Restart: Day 29

I add the restart because after being unemployed for 120 days, I did get a job…and then lost it, so the day count is being restarted. 225 more words


How Can You Get a Recruiter’s Attention?

To remain a strong candidate in the eyes of the recruiter, you need to attract their attention, keep their attention and close the deal.

Here are three things you can do to stand out to recruiters like… 368 more words

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The blahs and wishing for some smooth life pavement

As many of you who read this know, I try like hell not to blog about my personal life and issues I’m experiencing.  Today, I’m starting to realize one very startling fact – I am feeling a serious case of the “blahs.” 568 more words