I just wanted to do something—anything—related to my field. I did not want to waste another summer doing a job that wouldn’t help me at all in my career. This job ended up giving me one of the best summers of my life.
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Written by Amie Gant, Career Center Communication and Design Assistant, Bachelor of Science, Professional Writing. Because having good etiquette on social media can positively impact your professional development, knowing what to do and what not to do on each social
Written by Amie Gant, Career Center Communication and Design Assistant, Bachelor of Science, Professional Writing. If you’re like most of us, the holidays are a time to slow down and take a good, long break from our hectic schedules. However,
If you’re looking for a job in education, then don’t miss Education Day on Tuesday, April 7. An annual career fair for individuals seeking jobs in education, Education Day provides candidates the opportunity to meet with several school districts in
Written by Todd Euglow, Career Resources Specialist In today’s economy it’s apparent that navigating the job market has become increasingly more difficult. This is due to a variety of reasons; however, a mistake that many college students make when entering
Written by Nii Kpakpo Abrahams, Career Center Peer Advisor, Bachelor of Science in Communication—Ethical Leadership, and soon-to-be Graduate Student in Communication Nelson Mandela once asserted, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Within
Each episode of HGTV’s show, House Hunters International, shows an individual or entire family moving halfway across the world to some exotic destination. Sometimes this move is a dream-come-true, sometimes it’s stress inducing, but always it brings unexpected challenges. Many
Want to learn more about careers that interest you? Want to meet professionals and possibly build a networking relationship with them? Then check out the Exploring Careers panels that are schedule for Thursday and Friday, November 7 & 8. We
Written by Josh Hammack, Career Center Peer Advisor, Management Major JobTracks is a free site through the Career Center that any Missouri State student can use. However, I feel like it is unknown to so many students. Every time I
The first time you attend a career fair can feel overwhelming, but here are some tips to help you navigate a career fair.