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Our EDGE program is a free professional development class designed to get University of Arizona students real-world ready. Students will have the opportunity to get advice & support from career development professionals, network directly with employers and work on resume writing & interviewing skills. Registration ends Tuesday, February 9. Click here for more information http://bit.ly/1m8SrG1
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Everyone makes mistakes. We help you avoid them! UA Career Services.
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Agriculture & Life Sciences Career Coach Jeff Patten will be presenting a live and interactive webinar on resumes. He will cover how to organize your information, address the position description, and demonstrate your qualifications as a candidate. Streaming live Monday, January 25 at 4:00 p.m. Free for UA students and alumni. Register here: http://bit.ly/1nwCjzm
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Haven't quite figured out what you want to do in life? It's OK - you are probably a "multipotentialite." In this #TEDTalk video writer and author Emilie Wapnick tackles a very common situation college students face - "I don't know what I want to do".
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What do you want to be when you grow up? Well, if you're not sure you want to do just one thing for the rest of your life, you're not alone. In this illuminating talk, writer and artist Emilie Wapnick describes the kind of people she calls "multipotentialites" — who have a range of interests and jobs over one lifetime. Are you one?
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Golf Channel president and UA alumnus Mike McCarley live on #CatsInTheCornerOffice. He will be chatting about what it's like to run one of the fastest growing networks on TV, his career successes, and how to get into sports media. http://bit.ly/1MJ5ZOs
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"Cats in the Corner Office" webinar with John Lai '87, president and CEO of Mister Car Wash will be streaming live tomorrow at 12 p.m. He will be answering questions from the audience, reflecting on his career and offering advice about leadership, networking and what he looks for in a job candidate.

Click here to register: http://bit.ly/1O05fId
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University of Arizona alumna Anna Wickham (@aewickham) gives advice on how to apply to a location independent company like hers. She runs content marketing company Charm House while she travels the world. Read the post from her blog the Worldly Blend bit.ly/1VFfeGd
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We caught up with alum Giancarlo Guevara '12 in this edition of #WildcatsAtWork, and learned a little more about how he got his start at SpaceX. He shared a typical day and advice for students wanting to break into engineering fields. Read the story at: http://arizonaalumni.com/blog/wildcats-at-work-guevara
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Fantastic conversation with Mister Car Wash CEO John Lai during our #CatsInTheCornerOffice webinar yesterday. He discussed his career journey from his first job out of college to running a hugely successful business and offered stories and advice he picked up along the way. Our next live chat will be with Golf Channel president Mike McCarley on Dec. 1.
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Meet with a career coach for a mock interview and prepare yourself the right way. http://bit.ly/1WXmBNM
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(520) 621-2588
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1303 E University Blvd., Suite 411 Tucson, AZ 85721
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Career Counseling, Career Information, Interviewing & Job Search, Internships, Resume Writing, Campus Interviewing, Application Process, Interviewing with National Employers, Career Fairs, Graduate & Prof. School
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Career Services at the University of Arizona in Tucson has developed a wide range of high quality services to respond to changing needs, opportunities and constraints and has gained national recognition for innovative programming.

We have been successful in providing services in the most efficient manner by working closely with the colleges and campus units and by receiving their support for the various projects undertaken. Through this support, we are able to provide intrusive career information earlier in the student’s academic career, resulting in more effective decision-making by the student. Finally, it has also allowed for sharing and learning among career services providers across campus, thus reducing duplication of effort.

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