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  • Anna Litman 7:30 pm on September 15, 2014 Permalink
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    Anna’s Pondering- the-Question- of- the-Week Series: be strategic about your job search. 

    Greetings all! I am resuming my blog series that I started in spring 2014. I will try to blog at least every other week to comment on the most typical, interesting, or challenging question that I have heard from CAS students during appointments. Of course, I won’t give out any names or specifics.

    The topic of this blog is particularly relevant for seniors. Since the beginning of the fall semester, I have met with several seniors graduating in May 2015 who are anxious to start looking for a job. However, they are not sure whether it’s too early, and their efforts will be a waste of time since most employers don’t hire for May 2015 in September 2014. Won’t it be better to live in the moment, enjoy the last college year, and focus on the job search closer to graduation? In my view, if you want to start a job right after or close to your graduation, you do need to start your job search early, as early as NOW, but do it in a smart way.  (More …)

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  • Jennifer Carignan 2:10 pm on March 14, 2011 Permalink
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    Strategizing the Job & Internship Fair 

    The countdown to the Spring 2011 Job and Internship Fair is on, and now is the time to start preparing your strategy.

    If you’ve attended the fair before, you know that it’s easy to wander aimlessly among the various employer booths in Bender Arena. While this can be good for general information gathering, it’s probably not the most efficient approach to meeting employers that you most want to work for.

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