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2011 Paralegal Studies Grad Uses Research Skills to Help Field Museum

Lee Price certainly didn’t enroll in Roosevelt’s paralegal certificate program to connect with Chicago’s Field Museum of Natural History (FMNH). Many years away from her bachelor’s in biology and working in an immigration law office, she was more focused on expanding her career options in the legal field. 521 more words

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Women in Science and Engineering: "Marketing Yourself"

Friday, April 24: 12-1pm

Room B331 JSCBB building (east campus)

The Women in Science and Engineering group is holding a seminar in “Marketing Yourself” led by Dr. 73 more words

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Be a Good Intern Every Step of the Way

By Marcie Waters

For many students, an internship is their first look into the career world. This can be exciting, but also a little nerve wracking, especially if you’re trying to get your foot in the door at a certain company or are hoping to score a great reference for future job applications. 473 more words

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Meet the employers who are hiring

Tomorrow, the JF&CS Career Development Center (CDC) in partnership with North Hills Community Outreach (NHCO) and South Hills Interfaith Ministries (SHIM), will hold a career fair for job seekers throughout our region. 549 more words

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Searching for Jobs and Internships on BuckyNet

By Leah Peterson

There comes a point in all college students’ lives where we find ourselves looking for jobs or internships, which can be a daunting process. 454 more words

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Gain Knowledge to Be In The Best Career with Career Services

Mr. Clif Ford speaking to our PR Tech class about career services

Career Tips

  • Interviewing is a skill that is made through practice
  • 4 career fairs…
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Clif Ford, not to be mistaken with the big red dog, speaks to Public Relations Techniques class at UCA

Walking into my 8 a.m. PR Techniques Class was a little different today.  Greeted by a white haired man, I took my seat and began to take notes.   214 more words

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