A Letter to My Jobless December Grads

December Graduates, With graduation only a few short weeks away, it is natural to start freaking out if you are graduating in December and still don’t have a job. However, as stressful as the situation might be, there’s no need to start panicking yet. Here’s why: You Get Extra Time: Unlike May graduates who could … Continue reading A Letter to My Jobless December Grads

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#IAMGOLDEN STUDENT FEATURE: JENNA BELOUS

In life there are always trade-offs. It never seems like we have enough time to get everything we want accomplished, especially for college students. Many find that they end up having to choose between bettering their job experiences or focusing on school. However, Jenna Belous, a senior in Political Science with a certificate of Entrepreneurship and … Continue reading #IAMGOLDEN STUDENT FEATURE: JENNA BELOUS

Health Professions Week

https://youtu.be/CVm9IGRWKjs Health Professions Week (HPW) is an exciting, free week-long event for high school and college students interested in learning more about careers in the health professions. HPW will include an online treasure hunt, campus outreach events and two virtual fairs. HPW is designed to provide prospective students from across the country with multiple opportunities … Continue reading Health Professions Week

Fall 2016 Resume Blitz

Get feedback on your resume to prepare for career fairs and on campus interviewing! CCO staff, employers, and more will be critiquing resumes from 10am - 4pm: Thursday, September 8th (Young Hall) Friday, September 9th (Purdue Memorial Union) Monday, September 12th (Young Hall) **Please bring a paper copy of your resume.