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Jim Prendamano
October 23, 2012
The site visit at our company, UFG was incredible. We thoroughly enjoyed greeting the PBA students and went further in committing to a relationship between business and academics for a long time to c...ome.

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Stop in PBA Office of Career Development or Workship for Tip or Treating! Get some great tips or some of that sugary stuff that causes cavities.
This is how to follow up with employers AFTER a Career Fair: Peter Copan, take it away. . . .
“Webb, you are a worthless piece of shit! You’ve got no balls! You’ve got no spine! You’ve got no character! Do you even have the brains to realize

A great way to learn more about occupations and to expand your network is through informational interviewing.

Many applicants experience only the interviewee side of the job application process. They apply for a job, come to the interview, and answer some
The likelihood of you working the job of your dreams is pretty low at this point in your life

Avoiding blindness while glimpsing the eclipse. #careerpeering

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Beginning the academic year with our first chapel of the year. Yup, career peers are more than resume reviewers, they are worshippers of God!

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Summer vacation is a great time to think about a study abroad semester.

You: I need an internship.
Us: Have you looked in JobLink?
Us: You're welcome

Top tips for SOAR
1. Introduce yourself to someone with a more interesting question: e.g. "What are you passionate about?"
2. Take selfies with the people you meet and tag them. This way you can remember their names when you arrive back for Welcome Week.
3. Get a head start on finding volunteer opps (hello Workship!), job opps (nice to meet you Career Development, see you Sept 6 at the Career Fair $$), and make an intro with the SAIL folks (they plan awesome events and will help you get connected).

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"Stay humble, be fearless, and work, work, work, work, work, work."
Daya, Musician