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There is not a “right” way to go about handling multiple potential job offers. However, there are several guidelines you should ALWAYS follow in this type of situation. Be sure to speak with a Career Counselor to discuss your unique situation and how best to handle it!
Factors to consider in the final stages of the hiring process:
Are you feeling pressure from outside sources?
o Parents, professors, friends, society
How did you become connected to this employer?
o If … Continue reading
Are you a recent college graduate who’s not quite sure what career path you’d like to take? The team at Lakeshore, a “candidates first” talent acquisition firm, just might have the answer! Several DU Employer Services representatives met with Lindsay Hay and Julie Watteir from Lakeshore to talk about the launch of their new FLEX Program (Full Time Learning & Exploration), a program that allows you to explore a variety of companies until you identify your strengths, industries you connect with and … Continue reading
“We do not always need a plan to create a career. Instead, we need a plan to act on happenstance – to transform unplanned events into career opportunity.”
–From “In praise of uncertainty” by Kathleen Mitchell, October 25, 1998 (SF Examiner).
The concept of “planned happenstance” first addressed by Mitchell, Levin and Krumboltz has always been a philosophy in how I have approached working with clients with indecision around their careers and direction. My take on this concept is that … Continue reading
Do you know what motivates you and moves you? Does it matter whether you choose a career in which you feel totally engaged and in the flow—maybe where you lose track of time? Definitely! You are more likely to be satisfied and successful in a job when you align yourself with roles that connect to your motivated skills. There is a lot of pressure to pick a career and figure out what you’re going to do with your lives post-graduation. … Continue reading
You know that reinforcement makes information stick in your memory – that’s why you take notes during class and then study your notes repeatedly (reinforcement) to get a good grade. Use the same technique in your job search! Reinforce in the employer’s mind the relevance of your education, experience (including transferable skills) and character (including your attitude and personal qualities), as well as the results you will deliver. You can be memorable!
There were seventeen student applicants for the Summer Internship Award offered by the University Career Center. Eight were awarded $2,500 for working 200 hours or more at an unpaid internship this summer. The money helps students pay for housing, food, transportation, etc. while helping an organization and learning more about their area of study/career path.
Whether you are a current student or alum, and no matter what you have studied, there are great opportunities waiting for you at DU’s Spring Non-profit and Government Career and Internship Fair next Wednesday April 23. Join us anytime from 2-5pm at Gates Field House to talk with employers about volunteer, internship, and full-time positions.
Let’s face it, searching for a job is hard! It takes more time than you think, pushes most people outside of their comfort zone and utilizes skills that may not come naturally. However, if you see yourself in any one or more of these items below, it is likely that your job search is going to take you longer than it should. Why make it any more difficult?
You are wasting your time if…
You rely primarily on applying through … Continue reading
The answer is a resounding YES; however, I have noticed that many job seekers misunderstand the site and, as a result, have limited success.
There is a general assumption that, because recruiters are heavily using LinkedIn, that today’s job seeker can simply post a profile to get employed. I call this phenomenon the “Field of Dreams Mentality,” as it’s built on the … Continue reading