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Does the thought of networking your way into a summer internship or job have you nervous? Not sure what to say?

Network over Spring Break!

Posted February 28, 2011
Tags Exploring Careers Finding a Job Networking Student Internships

Networking is the process of developing personal contacts for the purpose of career exploration or job/internship assistance. Networking can be done spontaneously or in a structured setting.  Look for opportunities to talk with others about your career interests. Develop a two-to-three sentence synopsis of what you think you want to do career-wise and what information you need to move forward with your decision or plan.

 

The Career Center has created a non-credit bearing course on Blackboard.  Take our online workshop, read through our Networking Guide, and test your knowledge by taking  our brief quiz. Did you know  that least 60% of all jobs are found by networking? Spring break is a great time for networking, so prepare now!

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