Get a Job
Offers a step-by-step guide on what to do after accepting a position. Topics discussed include staying in touch with your employer, brushing up on skills, and organizing your life.
Provides how-to advice, tips and information on choosing your college major. Includes references and links to research your college major interests.
Explores these uncertain times in the world of work, both for employers and recent graduates starting their careers. Poses questions and offers advice on a range of topics including job training and career development.
Offers statistical data, advice, and how-to information for college grads on obtaining a position in a slow economy.
Discusses post graduation decision making for career success. Includes examples and information to help college graduates in this decision making process.
Offers advice, tips, and ideas for focusing your transferable skills on your career. Includes information for applying the "wrong" degree to the "right" career.
Many of today’s college students follow people around, look over their shoulders and eavesdrop on their conversations. But nobody seems to mind – it’s called “shadowing".
Discover a new way of networking using research and electronic mail. Describes one persons success in using email to contact valuable networking resources.
Choosing the right clothing is an important part of every job interview. Dress like a professional in order to make a strong first impression.
It’s never too soon to begin working on your job search. Start by talking to people in the know and reading about career possibilities.