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Moments that Matter Monday

Every Monday, we post a new anonymous student review of your career center. We call it Moments that Matter Monday (MMM) and we share this with you because these are the moments our staff are so grateful for and why we do what we do.

The counselor was very flexible. I came in to meet with her about a resume and she not only couched me in this but also in how to look into internships.

– Architecture Major

Want to leave your own review of the career center? Ask for the blue evaluation survey during your next appointment with a career counselor!

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Image of the following text: "#MMM, Moments that Matter Monday"

Moments that Matter Monday

Every Monday, we post a new anonymous student review of your career center. We call it Moments that Matter Monday (MMM) and we share this with you because these are the moments our staff are so grateful for and why we do what we do.

Very happy with my appointment. I feel confident that I can now refine my resume and cover letter to best fit the job I’m applying for.

– Nursing Major

Want to leave your own review of the career center? Ask for the blue evaluation survey during your next appointment with a career counselor!

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Interviewing: How to get your foot in the door…more than once

So you’ve submitted your resume, written a great cover letter, and have been asked to come in for a coveted interview.  The prospect of being offered an interview for a job or internship is in itself a reason to celebrate, but it doesn’t mean that you’ve reached the finish line yet!  The first impression you make with your potential employer during an interview is often the most important factor in determining whether you will be offered a position, and although that can seem daunting, it doesn’t have to be. Read More »