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Cate Kompare, Reference, Research, and Scholarly Services and Katherine Eriksen, Graduate College
162 Noyes Lab
Are you looking for a job in business, government, or non-profits but aren’t sure where to start? Having trouble managing all of your resumes and cover letters? Are application deadlines passing you by?
We will provide information about effective job search strategies, organization research, and other helpful resources. This workshop will also introduce tools like Huntsy <http://huntsy.com/> and LinkedIn <http://www.linkedin.com/> to ensure your job hunt is timely, thorough, and successful. This workshop is in partnership with the Graduate College Career Services.
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