Career Services Center
Holthusen Hall, First Floor
1324 W. Wisconsin Avenue
P.O. Box 1881
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881
Phone: (414) 288-7423
Fax: (414) 288-5302
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September 10, 2012 | Volume 4, Issue 1
Tip of the Week
“There is nothing more painful than watching students come unprepared to career fairs. Remember to take time to dress professionally, practice a strong handshake, and deliver an effective introduction selling yourself to potential employers.” – Laura Kestner-Ricketts, Director, Marquette University Career Services Center
The MU Career Services Center is pleased, once again, to have Kohl's Corporate as a Diamond Career Partner.
Kohl’s is underwriting programs including:
Though I just started my first year at Marquette and I'm not too concerned about finding a job after graduation, I know that it's important to start gaining skills and experience early in my college career. What steps should I be taking now to ensure greater success down the road?
Sincerely, NEVER TOO EARLY
Dear NEVER TOO EARLY:
It's important for you to take time to settle in to your college experience. Once you feel as if you have a handle on your social life and your academics there are some things you can do to begin the journey to career success. MUCSC recommends taking a look at the career paths we have laid out for students. My guess is you should start with Career Goals. We provide a checklist of activities to get started.
Remember, a career counselor is here to guide you through the process as well. Make an appointment today!
What you can do right now to get closer to your career goal based on your career path
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