Be interested before youre interesting, Smedley advised. On Sept. 23, the College of Business and Economics will host its annual Accounting Open House in the West Village Commons Ballroom. Students are advised to wear business suit attire and to bring at least 15 copies of their resumes. On the same day, the Actuarial Science and Risk Management Program will host a job and internship recruitment event in the West Village Commons, Room 307. If students cannot make it to any of these events, the Career Centers website and office also offer resources such as the assessment program Strengthsquest and access to a Skype room for long-distance interviews. The Career Center also recommends general studies course GENL 121: Personal Life and Career Planning. The class is worth two credits. That encompasses all of the resources we offer students into a semester long class that meets once a week, Smedley said. Every single student that takes it says it should be a requirement because they love it. http://mesadiewright.accessnetwork.us/2016/08/30/finding-the-facts-on-real-world-interview-plans/The Career Center has three certified career counselors as well as separate career advisors.
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