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Laid-off federal employee becomes new entrepreneur

I can earn a true living wage again, and most importantly, do work I genuinely enjoy that makes a difference! It wouldn’t have been possible if I hadn’t found the downtown Metro Career Center and Zuri!

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Quick Career Advice from the Experts

Welcome to start of a new semester.  The Career Center is here to help you Explore, Experience, and Launch  your career and the best time to start this process is when you first get to campus.   454 more words

SJSU Career Center

4 Public Speaking Tips You Haven’t Heard Before

4 August 2015 By Lindsey Pollak, Millennial Workplace Expert

Deliver a speech. Give a presentation. Share a few thoughts. No matter what you call it, speaking in front of a group — even a small one — tops most people’s dread list. 674 more words

IAEE

COB Johnson Career Center | Best advice for your next resumé!

By: Lindsay Kiefer | JCC Employee | Build your Resume

Write more than just a resume:
Developing a resume is more than just listing your previous employment/education, skills and achievements; rather, it is about showing the employer how your previous employment/education has prepared you to work in a professional environment, how your skills would best be utilized by their organization, and how your achievements have developed a hard-working and dedicated person. 540 more words

University Of Wyoming

The Lowdown on Fast Track

Fast Track, a program through Dress For Success Oregon’s Career Center, has grown nearly 200% in just one year. We’re helping more women than ever, but since the program isn’t as visible as some of the other things we do at Dress for Success, I thought we’d take a closer look. 747 more words

Dress For Success Oregon

The Simple Way to Build Intergenerational Relationships at Work

July 7, 2015 By Lindsey Pollak, Millennial Workplace Expert

If there’s one issue on which all generations agree, it’s that millennials are masters of technology. 571 more words

IAEE

‘Handshake’ is Metropolitan State’s new job and career tool for students

A new tool from Metropolitan State’s Career Center is available to help students and alumni find internships and career opportunities.

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