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Group Title: Annual report, University of Florida Career Resource Center
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Creator: Career Resource Center, University of Florida
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Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: 2008-2009
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I'reicome
The transition in the economy this fiscal year
I was starting to have an impact on employment
and campus recruitment activity. We hosted 17% fewer employers
at our career fairs, and that resulted in a 36% decline in on campus interviews.
When compared to other major universities, we appeared to be quite
representative of the national patterns of employer inactivity on campuses.
In response, the CRC stepped up its efforts to
attract and develop new employers, which will
build opportunities for the future.
Likewise, a broader range of student support services continued to be
developed and delivered both online and through traditional counseling,
advising, and presentations. Studies of employers by the National Association
of Colleges and Employers continued to show a growing decline in employer
hiring, staff reductions, and a drop in campus recruitment for the near future.
On the other hand, student interest in graduate education predictably
increased, as it typically does when the economy softens.

Within the CRC, we have had a very challenging year with state budget cuts,
declines in auxiliary revenues, frozen positions and four pregnancies! We
operated with many vacant positions but managed to deliver focused quality
services at a maximum level, as reflected in the following annual report. It has
been a VERY unusual year in many ways and I invite you to review our efforts.


PhD, Dircarw
















Contents

4 1 Snapshot of Activities
8 Individual Counseling and Advising
10 Mock Interviews
11 Resume Reviews
12 Outreach & Career Education Programs
14 Diversity & Global Education Programs
15 Career Development Courses
16 Internship Programs
18 Employer Development & Outreach
20 Gator CareerLink (GCL)
22 Career Fairs
26 Innovative Web Resources
28 Staff Highlights
30 Top Employers/Partners
32 I Credits





SNAPSHOT OF 2008/09 ACTIVITY

As our country struggled through an economic recession, we
realized that many of our constituents were concerned about
their prospects following graduation. Although the situation
was competitive, there were steps candidates could take to
find a place in the job market. As we continued to monitor
indicators that may impact their post-graduation plans...


we developed the following strategic initiatives
to help students and alumni prepare and increase
their employment opportunities.


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Offered Weathering the Storm: Career Planning in Tough Times.
Visited Alumni Gator Clubs around the country to assist them
with their career transition needs and seek their assistance to
increase employment opportunities for other Gators.
Reached employers who recruited at UF in the past, and new
employers who were identified as top small to mid-sized companies.
Contacted Florida Chamber of Commerce members and UF Alumni
to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
between employers and CRC staff.
Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
upon employers and H.R. professionals.
Redesigned employer-focused marketing tools
Improved Gator CareerLink and highlighted its premier recruiting
tools to employers.
Promoted Career Showcase and attracted new employers from
targeted markets nationwide.



These initiatives resulted in increased:


Use of e-career 1% Participation in empl
Counseling servicesprograms for student


r e student 7/ BRIDGE local inte 6ship
outr ach +210 .opportunities + 6 0


+10/ Student participation
Employer outreach by 148% / in career fairs +10%





Offered Weathering the Storm: Career Planning in Tough Times.
Visited Alumni Gator Clubs around the country to assist them
with their career transition needs and seek their assistance to
increase employment opportunities for other Gators.
Reached employers who recruited at UF in the past, and new
employers who were identified as top small to mid-sized companies.
Contacted Florida Chamber of Commerce members and UF Alumni
to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
between employers and CRC staff.
Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
upon employers and H.R. professionals.
Redesigned employer-focused marketing tools
Improved Gator CareerLink and highlighted its premier recruiting
tools to employers.
Promoted Career Showcase and attracted new employers from
targeted markets nationwide.



These initiatives resulted in increased:


Use of e-career + 14 Participation in emp~gJ
I counseling services programs for student 0


il te student .970/ BRIDGE local intesip I/
outreach +2 0 opportunities 0


+14 / 1 Student participation 10O
Employer outreach by 140/O in career fairs +IUO





Offered Weathering the Storm: Career Planning in Tough Times.
Visited Alumni Gator Clubs around the country to assist them
with their career transition needs and seek their assistance to
increase employment opportunities for other Gators.
Reached employers who recruited at UF in the past, and new
employers who were identified as top small to mid-sized companies.
Contacted Florida Chamber of Commerce members and UF Alumni
to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
between employers and CRC staff.
Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
upon employers and H.R. professionals.
Redesigned employer-focused marketing tools
Improved Gator CareerLink and highlighted its premier recruiting
tools to employers.
Promoted Career Showcase and attracted new employers from
targeted markets nationwide.



These initiatives resulted in increased:


Use of e-career +A Participation in emplt
counseling services L IS programs for student Jt


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+1AOI Student participation I1O/
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Offered Weathering the Storm: Career Planning in Tough Times.
Visited Alumni Gator Clubs around the country to assist them
with their career transition needs and seek their assistance to
increase employment opportunities for other Gators.
Reached employers who recruited at UF in the past, and new
employers who were identified as top small to mid-sized companies.
Contacted Florida Chamber of Commerce members and UF Alumni
to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
between employers and CRC staff.
Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
upon employers and H.R. professionals.
Redesigned employer-focused marketing tools
Improved Gator CareerLink and highlighted its premier recruiting
tools to employers.
Promoted Career Showcase and attracted new employers from
targeted markets nationwide.



These initiatives resulted in increased:


Use of e-career +14 Participation in emp
counseling services 14/0 programs for student %


.te student / BRIDGE local inte n~ail ,65%
outreach + 0% opportunities


+1AOI Student participation in 0
Employer outreach by 14U/O in career fairs IIO





Offered Weathering the Storm: Career Planning in Tough Times.
Visited Alumni Gator Clubs around the country to assist them
with their career transition needs and seek their assistance to
increase employment opportunities for other Gators.
Reached employers who recruited at UF in the past, and new
employers who were identified as top small to mid-sized companies.
Contacted Florida Chamber of Commerce members and UF Alumni
to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
between employers and CRC staff.
Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
upon employers and H.R. professionals.
Redesigned employer-focused marketing tools
Improved Gator CareerLink and highlighted its premier recruiting
tools to employers.
Promoted Career Showcase and attracted new employers from
targeted markets nationwide.



These initiatives resulted in increased:


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counseling services 1 / programs for student t


(t student 270 BRIDGE local intenhp O
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+EmloO f* Student participation lO%
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Offered Weathering the Storm: Career Planning in Tough Times.
Visited Alumni Gator Clubs around the country to assist them
with their career transition needs and seek their assistance to
increase employment opportunities for other Gators.
Reached employers who recruited at UF in the past, and new
employers who were identified as top small to mid-sized companies.
Contacted Florida Chamber of Commerce members and UF Alumni
to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
between employers and CRC staff.
Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
upon employers and H.R. professionals.
Redesigned employer-focused marketing tools
Improved Gator CareerLink and highlighted its premier recruiting
tools to employers.
Promoted Career Showcase and attracted new employers from
targeted markets nationwide.



These initiatives resulted in increased:


Use of e-career Participation in emp
counseling services 0 Iprograms for student


te student / BRIDGE local inte~nsaipL Z CO/
outr ch +10 opportunities "UJ/0


+1 48%/ Student participation inO
Employer outreach by 14l0 in career fairs +1IO





Offered Weathering the Storm: Career Planning in Tough Times.
Visited Alumni Gator Clubs around the country to assist them
with their career transition needs and seek their assistance to
increase employment opportunities for other Gators.
Reached employers who recruited at UF in the past, and new
employers who were identified as top small to mid-sized companies.
Contacted Florida Chamber of Commerce members and UF Alumni
to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
between employers and CRC staff.
Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
upon employers and H.R. professionals.
Redesigned employer-focused marketing tools
Improved Gator CareerLink and highlighted its premier recruiting
tools to employers.
Promoted Career Showcase and attracted new employers from
targeted markets nationwide.



These initiatives resulted in increased:


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counseling services 1 programs for student 9O /


r e student %0 BRIDGE local intetnhli 6
1outrc/h + /* opportunities +U


+i1O/ Student parparticipation 0
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Offered Weathering the Storm: Career Planning in Tough Times.
Visited Alumni Gator Clubs around the country to assist them
with their career transition needs and seek their assistance to
increase employment opportunities for other Gators.
Reached employers who recruited at UF in the past, and new
employers who were identified as top small to mid-sized companies.
Contacted Florida Chamber of Commerce members and UF Alumni
to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
between employers and CRC staff.
Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
upon employers and H.R. professionals.
Redesigned employer-focused marketing tools
Improved Gator CareerLink and highlighted its premier recruiting
tools to employers.
Promoted Career Showcase and attracted new employers from
targeted markets nationwide.



These initiatives resulted in increased:


Use of e-career + Participation in empl.....
counseling services I programs for student


lGr e student 7% BRIDGE local internshaip 65P O
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+1 o0r/ Student participation+nO%
Employer outreach by 140 in career fairs





Offered Weathering the Storm: Career Planning in Tough Times.
Visited Alumni Gator Clubs around the country to assist them
with their career transition needs and seek their assistance to
increase employment opportunities for other Gators.
Reached employers who recruited at UF in the past, and new
employers who were identified as top small to mid-sized companies.
Contacted Florida Chamber of Commerce members and UF Alumni
to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
between employers and CRC staff.
Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
upon employers and H.R. professionals.
Redesigned employer-focused marketing tools
Improved Gator CareerLink and highlighted its premier recruiting
tools to employers.
Promoted Career Showcase and attracted new employers from
targeted markets nationwide.



These initiatives resulted in increased:


Use of e-career +2140 Participation in emp''1
counseling services 1I/ programs for student


r student 0BRIDGE local inte ip~5~i
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SEmployer outreach by 148O in career fairs "0 Iu




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Offered Weathering the Storm: Career Planning in Tough Times.
Visited Alumni Gator Clubs around the country to assist them
with their career transition needs and seek their assistance to
increase employment opportunities for other Gators.
Reached employers who recruited at UF in the past, and new
employers who were identified as top small to mid-sized companies.
Contacted Florida Chamber of Commerce members and UF Alumni
to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
between employers and CRC staff.
Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
upon employers and H.R. professionals.
Redesigned employer-focused marketing tools
Improved Gator CareerLink and highlighted its premier recruiting
tools to employers.
Promoted Career Showcase and attracted new employers from
targeted markets nationwide.



These initiatives resulted in increased:


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counseling services L 0 programs for student


r e student _70/ BRIDGE local internship, 0/
outr ch +LI/O opportunitiesUJ0


+1 A 0 Student participation 10in0
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Offered Weathering the Storm: Career Planning in Tough Times.
Visited Alumni Gator Clubs around the country to assist them
with their career transition needs and seek their assistance to
increase employment opportunities for other Gators.
Reached employers who recruited at UF in the past, and new
employers who were identified as top small to mid-sized companies.
Contacted Florida Chamber of Commerce members and UF Alumni
to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
between employers and CRC staff.
Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
upon employers and H.R. professionals.
Redesigned employer-focused marketing tools
Improved Gator CareerLink and highlighted its premier recruiting
tools to employers.
Promoted Career Showcase and attracted new employers from
targeted markets nationwide.



These initiatives resulted in increased:


Use of e-career Participation in emplIo
counseling services /O programs for stude


Se student N" BRIDGE local intei p. 65C/_
outreach +2%0 opportunities "" /0


+1 480/ Student participation 410
Employer outreach by 148% in career fairs IO






Offered Weathering the Storm: Career Planning in Tough Times.
Visited Alumni Gator Clubs around the country to assist them
with their career transition needs and seek their assistance to
increase employment opportunities for other Gators.
Reached employers who recruited at UF in the past, and new
employers who were identified as top small to mid-sized companies.
Contacted Florida Chamber of Commerce members and UF Alumni
to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
between employers and CRC staff.
Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
upon employers and H.R. professionals.
Redesigned employer-focused marketing tools
Improved Gator CareerLink and highlighted its premier recruiting
tools to employers.
Promoted Career Showcase and attracted new employers from
targeted markets nationwide.



These initiatives resulted in increased:


Use of e-career + 201 / Participation in emp YJ








Employer outreach by 1 O in career fairs +10
Employer outreach by 14 O in career fairs *IU/





Offered Weathering the Storm: Career Planning in Tough Times.
Visited Alumni Gator Clubs around the country to assist them
with their career transition needs and seek their assistance to
increase employment opportunities for other Gators.
Reached employers who recruited at UF in the past, and new
employers who were identified as top small to mid-sized companies.
Contacted Florida Chamber of Commerce members and UF Alumni
to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
between employers and CRC staff.
Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
upon employers and H.R. professionals.
Redesigned employer-focused marketing tools
Improved Gator CareerLink and highlighted its premier recruiting
tools to employers.
Promoted Career Showcase and attracted new employers from
targeted markets nationwide.



These initiatives resulted in increased:


Use of e-career + 1 O! Participation in empc1
counseling services 1 /O programs for students


to student 9m0/ BRIDGE local intestip .y O6
outer h +I0 opportunities U0O


+148% I Student participation 1A00
Employer outreach by 140 O in career fairs +I10u





Offered Weathering the Storm: Career Planning in Tough Times.
Visited Alumni Gator Clubs around the country to assist them
with their career transition needs and seek their assistance to
increase employment opportunities for other Gators.
Reached employers who recruited at UF in the past, and new
employers who were identified as top small to mid-sized companies.
Contacted Florida Chamber of Commerce members and UF Alumni
to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
between employers and CRC staff.
Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
upon employers and H.R. professionals.
Redesigned employer-focused marketing tools
Improved Gator CareerLink and highlighted its premier recruiting
tools to employers.
Promoted Career Showcase and attracted new employers from
targeted markets nationwide.



These initiatives resulted in increased:


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counseling services p 1/U Programs for student ll/


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outrech +2/ 0 opportunities "U 0


+14 0Q/ Student participation +in
Employer outreach by 148%O in career fairs I0%





Offered Weathering the Storm: Career Planning in Tough Times.
Visited Alumni Gator Clubs around the country to assist them
with their career transition needs and seek their assistance to
increase employment opportunities for other Gators.
Reached employers who recruited at UF in the past, and new
employers who were identified as top small to mid-sized companies.
Contacted Florida Chamber of Commerce members and UF Alumni
to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
between employers and CRC staff.
Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
upon employers and H.R. professionals.
Redesigned employer-focused marketing tools
Improved Gator CareerLink and highlighted its premier recruiting
tools to employers.
Promoted Career Showcase and attracted new employers from
targeted markets nationwide.



These initiatives resulted in increased:


Use of e-career 214% Participation in emp,"' .l 0
Counseling services riO programs for student


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outr ach +2%/ opportunities "UJ-/


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Offered Weathering the Storm: Career Planning in Tough Times.
Visited Alumni Gator Clubs around the country to assist them
with their career transition needs and seek their assistance to
increase employment opportunities for other Gators.
Reached employers who recruited at UF in the past, and new
employers who were identified as top small to mid-sized companies.
Contacted Florida Chamber of Commerce members and UF Alumni
to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
between employers and CRC staff.
Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
upon employers and H.R. professionals.
Redesigned employer-focused marketing tools
Improved Gator CareerLink and highlighted its premier recruiting
tools to employers.
Promoted Career Showcase and attracted new employers from
targeted markets nationwide.



These initiatives resulted in increased:


Use of e-career + 14/ Participation in emp /








Employer outreach by 140/8 in career fairs +1UIO





Offered Weathering the Storm: Career Planning in Tough Times.
Visited Alumni Gator Clubs around the country to assist them
with their career transition needs and seek their assistance to
increase employment opportunities for other Gators.
Reached employers who recruited at UF in the past, and new
employers who were identified as top small to mid-sized companies.
Contacted Florida Chamber of Commerce members and UF Alumni
to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
between employers and CRC staff.
Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
upon employers and H.R. professionals.
Redesigned employer-focused marketing tools
Improved Gator CareerLink and highlighted its premier recruiting
tools to employers.
Promoted Career Showcase and attracted new employers from
targeted markets nationwide.



These initiatives resulted in increased:


Use of e-career + 1 Participation in emp
counseling services programs for student


to student 9m7/ BRIDGE local internshlip'
outreach +L 7I opportunities UU0/


+II14% Student participation in,1
Employer outreach by 140/O in career fairs +IUIO





Offered Weathering the Storm: Career Planning in Tough Times.
Visited Alumni Gator Clubs around the country to assist them
with their career transition needs and seek their assistance to
increase employment opportunities for other Gators.
Reached employers who recruited at UF in the past, and new
employers who were identified as top small to mid-sized companies.
Contacted Florida Chamber of Commerce members and UF Alumni
to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
between employers and CRC staff.
Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
upon employers and H.R. professionals.
Redesigned employer-focused marketing tools
Improved Gator CareerLink and highlighted its premier recruiting
tools to employers.
Promoted Career Showcase and attracted new employers from
targeted markets nationwide.



These initiatives resulted in increased:


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to increase internship and job postings.
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between employers and CRC staff.
Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
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to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
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Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
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at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
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to increase internship and job postings.
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to increase internship and job postings.
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at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
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at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
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to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
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to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
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at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
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employers who were identified as top small to mid-sized companies.
Contacted Florida Chamber of Commerce members and UF Alumni
to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
between employers and CRC staff.
Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
upon employers and H.R. professionals.
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to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
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Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
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employers who were identified as top small to mid-sized companies.
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to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
between employers and CRC staff.
Presented "How to Recruit New College Graduates" workshops
at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
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to increase internship and job postings.
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between employers and CRC staff.
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at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
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to increase internship and job postings.
Hosted employer retreats to encourage hiring and communication
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at local, regional or national NACE and SHRM conferences focusing
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Individual Career Planning
Career Counseling (Career/Major Decision Making) 1,567
Career Advising (Job Search/Correspondence Critiques) 3,772
Online Career Planning 217
Extreme Resume Makeover 1,160
Face-to-Face Mock Interviews 323
Virtual Mock Interviews 458
Total Individual Sessions with Students 7,497
CRC Presentations and Outreach
Number of Seminars Presented by CRC Staff 395
Total Student Attendance 17,258
Academic Courses SLS-2301 and SLS-2302
Total of Enrolled Students in 11 sections 300
Graduate Students Outreach
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Outreach Attendees 2212
Total Outreach to Graduate Students 3,057

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Career Counseling


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Students have access to career counseling to address their
career planning, exploration, and decision making needs.
We provided career counseling to 1,567 students.

Career Advising + Post Assessment DATA
This consists of resume and cover letter reviews, job search
strategies, interviewing preparation, navigating career fairs,
and job offer negotiation. We provided career advising to
3,772 students. Career Ambassadors (highly trained student
assistants) provided career advising to 3,062 students, which
represents 81% of the total career advising traffic and 41%
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Career Counseling


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Students have access to career counseling to address their
career planning, exploration, and decision making needs.
We provided career counseling to 1,567 students.

Career Advising + Post Assessment DATA
This consists of resume and cover letter reviews, job search
strategies, interviewing preparation, navigating career fairs,
and job offer negotiation. We provided career advising to
3,772 students. Career Ambassadors (highly trained student
assistants) provided career advising to 3,062 students, which
represents 81% of the total career advising traffic and 41%
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Students have access to career counseling to address their
career planning, exploration, and decision making needs.
We provided career counseling to 1,567 students.

Career Advising + Post Assessment DATA
This consists of resume and cover letter reviews, job search
strategies, interviewing preparation, navigating career fairs,
and job offer negotiation. We provided career advising to
3,772 students. Career Ambassadors (highly trained student
assistants) provided career advising to 3,062 students, which
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Students have access to career counseling to address their
career planning, exploration, and decision making needs.
We provided career counseling to 1,567 students.

Career Advising + Post Assessment DATA
This consists of resume and cover letter reviews, job search
strategies, interviewing preparation, navigating career fairs,
and job offer negotiation. We provided career advising to
3,772 students. Career Ambassadors (highly trained student
assistants) provided career advising to 3,062 students, which
represents 81% of the total career advising traffic and 41%
of the total one-on-one contacts with students.








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Students have access to career counseling to address their
career planning, exploration, and decision making needs.
We provided career counseling to 1,567 students.

Career Advising + Post Assessment DATA
This consists of resume and cover letter reviews, job search
strategies, interviewing preparation, navigating career fairs,
and job offer negotiation. We provided career advising to
3,772 students. Career Ambassadors (highly trained student
assistants) provided career advising to 3,062 students, which
represents 81% of the total career advising traffic and 41%
of the total one-on-one contacts with students.








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Career Counseling


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Students have access to career counseling to address their
career planning, exploration, and decision making needs.
We provided career counseling to 1,567 students.

Career Advising + Post Assessment DATA
This consists of resume and cover letter reviews, job search
strategies, interviewing preparation, navigating career fairs,
and job offer negotiation. We provided career advising to
3,772 students. Career Ambassadors (highly trained student
assistants) provided career advising to 3,062 students, which
represents 81% of the total career advising traffic and 41%
of the total one-on-one contacts with students.








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Students have access to career counseling to address their
career planning, exploration, and decision making needs.
We provided career counseling to 1,567 students.

Career Advising + Post Assessment DATA
This consists of resume and cover letter reviews, job search
strategies, interviewing preparation, navigating career fairs,
and job offer negotiation. We provided career advising to
3,772 students. Career Ambassadors (highly trained student
assistants) provided career advising to 3,062 students, which
represents 81% of the total career advising traffic and 41%
of the total one-on-one contacts with students.








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Career Counseling


+ Post Assessment DATA


Students have access to career counseling to address their
career planning, exploration, and decision making needs.
We provided career counseling to 1,567 students.

Career Advising + Post Assessment DATA
This consists of resume and cover letter reviews, job search
strategies, interviewing preparation, navigating career fairs,
and job offer negotiation. We provided career advising to
3,772 students. Career Ambassadors (highly trained student
assistants) provided career advising to 3,062 students, which
represents 81% of the total career advising traffic and 41%
of the total one-on-one contacts with students.








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