As seniors scramble to assemble post-graduation plans, the Career Center wants to remind them that they aren’t alone.
For those in need of guidance, Job Search 401 — a three-part series put on by the Career Center to help prepare students for life after graduation — is still taking participants. There are 30 spots in total, but only 11 remain. Advanced registration is required and will close on Nov. 2.
Registration is done through Handshake.
The series will take place on Thursdays from 3-4 p.m. on Nov. 4, Nov. 11 and Nov. 18.
The sessions are designed to help students find tools and resources for creating a post-grad plan, searching for a job and feeling more confident in resume writing and interviewing, according to Academic Program Coordinator and Counselor Aimee Davidse.
“Know that you are not alone,” the Career Education Center Team wrote in an email. “[We] are here to support you with the transition from college.”
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