JOB SEARCH TIPS FRoM THE PRO’S

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If you’re looking for some useful tips and tricks, you’re in luck! We asked experts from all different backgrounds for advice to share with you. Our pro’s are more than happy to share their advice for young professionals, stuff they wish they knew when they were starting their career. Here are some tips from the pros to keep in your back pocket.

Three magic things a T-chart can do to improve your Job Search Odds

Kevin Fallon

Career Services Director, Salisbury University, 1101 Camden Ave, Salisbury. MD 21801
Guerrieri Student Union (GC) 133C

kcfallon@salisbury.edu

410-543-6075

Explore jobs and internships at  Career Connections
 

So… you have a job shadow day lined up… Here’s a checklist!

PAULA T. MORRIS

Professor of the Practice in Marketing, Salisbury University, 1101 Camden Ave, Salisbury. MD 21801, Perdue Hall 321

mrsptmorris.com

ptmorris@salisbury.edu

410-603-9395

Visit my Job Board
 

TOP TEN RULES FOR MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR INTERNSHIP and/or JOB

Rosemary Reed

President/Owner, Double R Productions, LLC , rosemary@doublerproductions.com

202-797-7777

 

Need some quick Networking Pointers?

Mary Angela Baker

Director, Center for Extended and Lifelong Learning, Salisbury University, mbaker@salisbury.edu
410-543-6089

 

Job Interview Checklist

Sunny Matani

Account Executive, Chapman Cubine & Hussey, Arlington, Virginia

 

SET YOURSELF APART FROM THE CROWD

Christina Howard

Perdue School of Business

Salisbury University

A Maryland University of National Distinction

Shore Leadership Class of 2016

Transformational Community Leadership Class of 2017

Perdue Hall (PH) 129

Office: 410-548-2311 

Cell: 443-614-2848

ckhoward@salisbury.edu

 
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