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  • Job Hunting? Try These Sites

    Here at the Office of Career Services we offer many services that can help you launch your career. You can set a mock-interview, have you resume critiqued, and much more. Yet there are other resources beyond the scope of UIC! Here is a list of some websites to check out!

  • Networking: From College, Cyberspace, to Careers

    Learn how to use your every day skills in discovering the age-old secret to getting you that job!

  • FREE training on more than 900 titles

    Just because you're not learning something in class doesn't mean it's not valuable. UIC offers a wealth of out of class information that can be helpful in your career development. is one such resource.

  • Social Networking & Job Search Tips

    Hi everyone, I'm facilitating a webinar that you might be interested in. Feel free to join me tomorrow at 3:30. Space is limited to the first 30 participants!

  • Next Week's Career events

    Next week there's a company info session, 2 job fairs, a webinar, and an interview skills workshop.

  • Are you interested in international business?

    HSBC Bank - International Management Programme October 20, 2009 at 4:00 to 4:00 PM SCE Student Center East White Oak Room - AB RSVP in or email

  • 2009 Chicago Graduate & Professional School Fair

    TODAY is the The 2009 Chicago Graduate & Professional School Fair! IT'S FREE and open to everyone. Come check out over 200 programs. Details can be found at

  • 5th Annual Chicago Graduate and Professional Fair Tomorrow!

    The Graduate & Professional Fair is Tomorrow, October 8th! Come check out over 200 programs FREE! All are welcome. The event will be held at the UIC Forum from 3pm to 7pm! See you there!

  • Job Hunt Tip: Network Online with Caution

    The Internet has changed the way people both do business and look for work. Online networking sites can be great tools for job seekers. LinkedIn, MySpace and Facebook are just a few of the sites that can help get the word out and be a forum to ask for assistance. Yet, in the age of information overload, jobseekers must be aware that social sites can effectively replace an in-person first impression and should be edited rigorously.

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