Top 5 Ways Rasmussen College Career Services Works For You

Getting through college is a great achievement and you owe it to yourself to take advantage of the resources available in the Career Services office to make sure that degree gets used. Below are the Top 5 Ways you can work with your Career Services Advisor to make your job search successful:

1. Communicate:  Be sure to connect with your Career Services Advisor, CSA, when you get started in your classes. Ask them what you can do early to better prepare you for the job market. They love assisting you in going the extra mile!

2. Use your Resources: Optimal Resume and Job Connect are both listed under the resources tab in your online classes.  Logins are the same, and the websites are easy to use. Having a polished, professional resume will set you apart from the competition and using Job Connect will get your resume in front of employers who specifically want to recruit you.

3. Go to the Career Expo: Every campus hosts a Career Expo in February and again in August. The team works hard to recruit employers that are specific to your program, as well as, applicable volunteer opportunities. Skipping this event is not an option if you’re committed to your career success. 

4. Participate in Campus Groups: Seek out opportunities to be involved in your program activities, be a tutor in the Learning Center, and take on hours as a Work-Study (see Financial Services for eligibility guidelines). Connecting to your campus, your peers, and outside agencies is called networking. It will pay off in the long run.

5. Keep In Touch: Passing your classes and graduating is an epic achievement. Stay in contact with your Career Services Advisor to keep current on career opportunities, campus events, and updates to your field of study.  Connect with the applicable Career Services Advisor for more information on the resources listed above: 

Name

Location

Myra Morales

Aurora, IL

Nicole Morrison-Mathern

Bismarck, ND

Christina Forsythe

Blaine, MN

Charity Morrow

Bloomington, MN

Amy Rice

Brooklyn Park, MN

Pam Maurer

Brooklyn Park, MN

Jill Langevin

Eagan, MN

Tamar Rice

Eagan, MN

Heather Schimke

Fargo/Moorhead

Randy Harwood

Fargo/Moorhead

Jamie Hufford

Ft. Myers, FL

Caroline Clayton

Green Bay, WI

Christine Karel

Lake Elmo, MN

Amy Ites

Mankato, MN

Ashley Eimer

Mankato, MN

Sheila Stiles

New Port Richey, FL

Randy Jones

Ocala, FL

Vicki Sawyer-Lindo

Ocala, FL

Kelsey Granowksi

Rasmussen College Online

Wendy Kosel

Rasmussen College Online

Heather Kienast

Rasmussen College Online

Melissa Wagner

Rasmussen College Online

Jamie Hintz

Rockford, IL

Jyodi Rao

Romeoville, IL

Emily Simon

St. Cloud, MN

Shantelle Kane

St. Cloud, MN

Anna Alanko

Wausau, MN

External links provided on Rasmussen.edu are for reference only. Rasmussen College does not guarantee, approve, control, or specifically endorse the information or products available on websites linked to, and is not endorsed by website owners, authors and/or organizations referenced.

Charity Morrow, is the Career Services Advisor for Rasmussen College in Bloomington. She has worked in the staffing and recruiting field for over six years. Her professional interests lie in bridging the gap between those looking for new opportunities and the “secrets” of the other side of the hiring desk.

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