Check out our new online workshops! The below online workshops are a great way to gather basic career information at a time that is convenient to you. If you have further questions after reviewing these workshops, make an appointment with a career counselor by calling 320-589-6065.
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Job Search Strategies
Jobs & Internship Searching
Learn about tools and strategies that will help you find jobs or internships in your field of interest. GLBT Job and Internship Search
Learn ways to find the right job for you: researching GLBT -friendly employers, being out or not in the
application process, being yoruself on the job. Networking
Approximately 75% of jobs are never advertised. Learn how to network effectively so that you can find out about these unadvertised positions. Mastering the Federal Application Process
The U.S. government is a huge employer of all majors, but its job and internship application process
can be time-consuming and laborious. Learn the language and tips to navigate this opportunity-rich system. "What Now?" Opening Address - Part 1 (Video) "What Now?" Opening Address - Part 2 (Video)
Mark Sorenson-Wagner's opening address at the "You've Graduated: What Now?" workshop to help recent graduates job search in a tough economy. May 27, 2009
Job Fair Tips
Graduate School Planning
Learn about the graduate school application process including timeline, tips on how to select a school and what makes a successful application for admission. Pre-Law Workshop Learn about the law school application process including timeline, tips on how to select a school and what makes a successful application for admission. Writing Effective Personal Statements Having a well written personal statement is critical for graduate school admissions. Learn great tips for creating a good quality first draft.
Job Offers & Salary Negotiation
Learn the do's and don'ts of salary negotiation as well as ways to research salary statistics by job type and geographical location.
Transition to Employment
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