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  • Francine Blume 8:00 am on February 3, 2011 Permalink
    Tags: contacts, , , job seeking, , , reception   

    International Networking: Virtual and Personal 

    Are you abroad? Is the person you’re anxious to informationally interview overseas? Are you just wishing you knew more people who have been in your shoes? Are you an introvert who would rather hide under the table than actually have to walk up to someone and introduce yourself at a reception? Don’t miss your three big opportunities TODAY to hone those networking skills.

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  • Francine Blume 2:00 am on February 2, 2011 Permalink
    Tags: job seeking, lie, ,   

    Should You Ever Lie on Your Resume? 

    There were a lot of takeaways from Career Planning for Undergraduates.

    • “Not only did I find out about new methods to search for careers, but I was reminded to go back to other methods that I was starting to slack off on or lose faith in.”
    • “Encouragement. Knowing the process will end up with finding a lot about yourself and the best fits for yourself 🙂 .”
    • “It was very interesting and inspiring to hear all of the speaker’s stories. I don’t feel as nervous about finding a job when I graduate. They all explained how they got where they are now and I really appreciate their advice.”
    • “Lessons learned: 1. Importance networking 2. Never burn bridges 3.know how to market yourself.”

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