Teach For America gives ASU grad direction, purpose

Sheilah Utley gets real-world experience while working toward degree in secondary education

Teaching was not the initial plan for Sheilah Utley coming out of college. Her background is in acting, having obtained her bachelor’s degree in theater from ASU’s Herberger …

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How to Highlight Your Academic Accomplishments on Your Resume

Today, the average job listing gets more than 250 applications. That’s hard to contend with, even if you’re the most seasoned professional. But when you’re a student or recent graduate with little to no experience behind you, this can feel even …

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Advantages of Greek Life in Your Post-Grad Career

Pi Kappa Alpha Greek House, Florida International University, Miami FL. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

More than nine million college students wear Greek letters as members of Greek chapters today. Whether they join to build their resumes or make friends, Greek …

By College Recruiter
College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career.
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Networking with a purpose, no career experience required

Why, how, and who you should be talking to right now.

Think the only way to network is to go to a crowded event and try to make small talk? Good news: there are many ways to network, and all …

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How Experiential Learning in College Could Launch Your Career

Experiential learning opportunities like internships, assisting with faculty research, and other examples of hands-on education help students build professional skills and apply what they are learning in the college classroom to real-world situations.

What is experiential learning?

You can think of experiential …

By ROB FRANEK
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