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Maine franchisee hopes his career advancement inspires others in the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® network

-Written by Erik Sargent

When the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK franchise in Portland, Maine, officially opened, Colin Bergeron played a huge part in the launch as the franchise’s general manager – a crucial role for any franchise opening in a new territory with little to no brand recognition. 724 more words


What's up with the federal hiring process?

So you’re interested in being a public servant. That’s great! The federal government can be a terrific place to grow and flourish professionally. It’s also an important way to contribute to community in your country. 874 more words


Career Tools for Professional Development Success

UMUC’s Career Services team recently hosted a Hot Career Tools Webinar to give students and alumni a general overview of UMUC CareerQuest’s self-service tools and new “Search Alert” feature. 492 more words

Career Advancement

12 Weeks to a Stronger Resume with InternPLUS: Part I

This is the first installation of a three-part series about how to use the 12 weeks of summer to enhance your career experience and boost your chances of success. 823 more words


How to Know When It’s Time to Make a Job or Career Change

There’s a saying in the careers industry that you’ll know it’s time to make a job or career change when you start asking yourself if it’s time to make a change. 1,164 more words

Career Management

From Passion to Profession: How Kenithia Alston ’14 Found Her Career Calling

On any given weekday, you can find Kenithia Alston ‘14 interviewing defendants to determine their financial eligibility for court appointed counsel. As an eligibility examiner for the Public Defender Service (PDS) of the District of Columbia, it wasn’t so long ago that she wasn’t quite sure what her career path would consist of. 723 more words


Leveling up: does sexism get worse as you advance?

Editor’s note: Tenure, She Wrote is back! If you’re just joining us, we were a pretty happenin’ blog space a few years back. I started this collaborative blog with Dr. 1,296 more words

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