Category: Employer Advice

Meet Your Networkers: Adam Roof

Attending our Vermont Career Networking Night? Allow us to introduce you to some of our amazing Alumni Networkers who will be in attendance! We asked our alumni to answer a series of questions, and their responses are for you.

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Finding the Right Fit: Assessing an Organization’s Culture in Your Job Search

As Summer & graduation looms near, you may be scrambling to get job applications completed, but how much thought are you putting into the places you apply to? Sure, they may be one of the highest-ranked businesses in their industry,

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Focus on the Fundamentals

  Does the Job Search have you stressed? Take note from UVM alum Josh Brown and focus on the fundamentals throughout the process. Josh writes: It’s all about the fundamentals. While it is a cliché, paying attention to the basics

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Interviewing to get the Job

Does the idea of interviewing feel like an impossible task? Well don’t fret! Will Murphy, Technical Sales Manager with Harvey Tool Company LLC, shares some helpful tips on how to best approach interviewing for your dream job:

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Resumes and Cover Letters: Opening Doors

Human Resources (HR) Directors see a lot of resumes and cover letters – one local HR professional is sharing her tips for success with you! Resumes and cover letters can open doors to opportunities for you.  Done correctly, they help

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