After the Job Fair: Insights from an Employer

Amanda Van Vranken Volunteer/Intern Coordinator Echo Lake Aquarium & Science Center What type of applicant is ECHO looking for while at The Job Fair? When it’s over, what is your next step as an employer? We are always looking for highly motivated individuals whose unique backgrounds and experiences will contribute to our diversity and strengthen […]

The Job Fair: From the Other Side of the Table

Advice from Lauren Lavallee of Logic Supply, Inc. Why is Logic Supply coming to the UVM Job Fair? Logic Supply is attending the UVM Job Fair on March 20th 2013 to connect with students as they prepare to graduate and search for their dream jobs to make them aware of our job opportunities.  Logic Supply […]

Savvy Seniors: Networking Advice from a Recent Grad

Trisha Hlastawa, ’12,  graduated with a degree in Community Entrepreneurship and Public Communication. She currently works at Healthy Living in South Burlington as a Customer Service Supervisor and Community Outreach team member. What role has networking played in your career exploration and job search? Networking has played a key role. I found out about a […]

World of Work: Deanna Cameron ’91, Ronald MacDonald House Charities

Deanna Cameron ‘91 Program Coordinator Ronald MacDonald House Charities – http://www.rmh-vermont.org/ Burlington, VT Major: Social Work What motivates you to go to work everyday? I’ve always been someone who needs to really believe in the cause that I’m working for, so that personal connection to the cause is a huge motivation for me. My niece […]

Networking for Beginners

Why should I network? How should I network? How should I prepare for a networking event? If you are currently battling with the job- or internship-search process, it is probable that you have asked yourself at least one of these questions. Being a student, I find it difficult to prepare for networking events. Without a […]

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