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Communication & Job Searching

By Kiera Adams, Peer Advisor

We hope everyone had a great time at Expo last week! Expo having just passed means it’s about that time when recruiters are starting to reach out about jobs or internships. 363 more words

Gaining Experience

Take Advantage of Resources

By Ali Banas, Peer Advisor

As a freshman in college, you experience a lot of firsts. Possibly the first time living away from home, the first college courses, first finals week, on-campus living, the list goes on. 469 more words

Gaining Experience

Preparing Students for Tomorrow's Jobs: 10 Experts Offer Advice to Educators

Automation and artificial intelligence are reshaping the economy. That much is clear.

But many of the country’s top minds are sharply divided over just how disruptive technology’s impact will be, and just what kind of job market today’s students will eventually face. 14 more words


Unrealistic Career Expectations - Indiana Jones

I love being a teacher; I really do.  I consider myself incredibly blessed to be able to do what I do every day – to work where I work, to teach what I teach, and to see my students wrestle with the BIG questions the study of Theology demands of us – if we take it seriously – each and every day.  3,022 more words

Character Profiles

School to Careers program puts Pendleton students in real-life job training

Pendleton School District budget woes or not, the School to Careers program intends to press on.

A work training program for high school students in the Pendleton School District, School to Careers officials are looking toward outside grants to continue operations. 37 more words

East Oregonian

Career Preparation E2

Qualities of an ideal employee

  • Punctual
  • Neat and tidy
  • That cares about customers and workmates
  • Good manners
  • That follows rules in work
  • Prepared to help in workplace…
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Build career skills by taking our kids to work any day

Oregon’s four percent unemployment rate is the lowest in 40 years according to the state’s employment department and is projected to remain strong if the state continues to attract a growing and skilled labor supply.  31 more words

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