Introducing Our New Peer Advising Program

November 08, 2017

Our newest staff member, Amanda Beardall, has created a new peer advising model to better serve students who visit the Career Center. Peer advising is when trained student employees offer drop-in advising to discuss different career topics including résumés, cover letters, and the job search process.

We like to think of our peer advisors as consultants; they help you walk through your...

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Management Training Program: From Classroom to Board Room

November 03, 2017

Companies seeking to build their management talent pools work to develop future leaders through real world responsibility and ownership. As such, students looking to work in management are wise to choose companies like Enterprise that offer management training (MT) programs. The benefits...

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Dressing for the Workplace

September 05, 2017

One of the major concerns for college students who are beginning a new job is how to appropriately dress for the workplace. How can you be professional with style? Do you have to buy a suit? Do you have to wear a jacket? Do colors matter? To be honest, it truly depends on where you work and who you work for.

My first internship was nerve-wracking to say the least and figuring out what...

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LinkedIn Part 2: How to Get the Attention You Want

August 17, 2017

Having a great summary is important when you have a limited amount of time to attract attention. The goal of the summary is, in essence, to sum up you—your personality and qualifications. Plus, it should give employers a clear sense of what you are looking for, what you value, and where you want to go.

Here are three themes to follow when making your LinkedIn summary.

Mission...

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