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Alums Support Student Job Seekers

March 22, 2012

If you're looking for a job and could use some help from someone who's been there, KSC Alumni Association volunteers are ready and willing to share their expertise and experience with current students. Those volunteers-representing such diverse professions as banking, insurance, manufacturing, education, the nonprofit sector, health, and graphic design-meet with students, individually and in larger groups, to help them explore career avenues, develop resumes, and prepare for job interviews. Since they've already been down that road, the alumni realize how daunting the transition from classroom to career can be, and they're happy to help smooth the way for new job seekers.

This spring, alumni will be meeting individually with nearly a hundred students in preparatory workshops, to review resumes and conduct portfolio reviews. Students who have participated in the past have said how much they appreciate the opportunity to receive constructive feedback. And the alumni volunteers say how much they enjoy connecting with current students and sharing their experience and advice.

If you're interested in talking to one of these alumni volunteers, or could use other help getting yourself ready for the job market, contact Academic and Career Advising.