Get Connected and Build Your Network

“You have a 75% higher chance of being hired if it’s through a referral.”
—Stacey Lane

Stacey Lane, an experienced career coach, spoke about how to better network and interact with professionals at the ninth annual Get Connected.

Rely on your network

Stacey suggests that you build relationships at every single part of your career—beginning, middle, and end. The average person works about 13–14 jobs in their career. The goal is to create lasting connections and different communities for networking.

On-Campus Recruiting

As the on-campus recruiting coordinator for the Career Center, I work with all types of employers who want to hire Ducks. This is one of those rare times in your life when you have exclusive access to employers from all different industries, roles, and experience coming to campus to hire YOU.

Take advantage of opportunities to meet and connect with employers and professionals through activities such as career fairs, networking events, on-campus interviews, practice interview program, career information sessions, and more.

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