Why you need to log on to myCCO… like yesterday

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Campus is alive again! It’s been such a quiet summer while everyone was gone and we are happy to have a full-house of students once again. You undoubtedly have a nice long checklist of all the friends you need to catch up with, restaurants you missed while away and things you need to do now that you’re back in town, but allow me to make a few suggestions.

Register for a myCCO account.

myCCO is a tool that allows you to practice interviewing, find companies that recruit Purdue students, schedule on-campus interviews, apply for jobs and internships, and more. The list goes on.

Have a myCCO already? Log in.
If you don’t log in to myCCO for 6+ months, your account becomes inactive and you won’t show up in employer searches.

Upload your resume.
Employers can pull resumes from myCCO to reach out to students and find candidates for open positions. If your resume is up-to-date, you’re putting your best foot forward.

Don’t have one or need help updating your resume?

Stop by the CCO for drop in hours: Monday-Friday 10am-4pm in Young Hall 132.

Good luck on your first week back—don’t study too hard!

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