Students, graduates, community members and employers packed Rasmussen College campuses nationwide Sept. 8-12 to participate in this fall's career fair, one of the college's semi-annual events. The career fair is set up to help attendees learn how to better market themselves professionally, learn job seeking skills and introduce them to employers hiring in their fields of study.
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Our economy is in a much better position than it was six years ago. The national unemployment rate has decreased in many states and people are heading back to the workforce in droves. But even though finding work has become easier in many markets, it hasn't stopped people from searching for their dream job.
The opportunity to attend a career fair or interview with a future employer will happen most likely several times throughout your career, so it never hurts to garner as many tips as you can. In an effort to help current and future students, as well as community members, learn more about what to do before, during and after a job interview and/or career fair, Rasmussen College hosted a live Google+ "Hangout on Air" Feb. 17. The topics of the discussion ranged from researching companies before you speak to them, dressing professionally, developing your one-minute "elevator pitch" and the keys to networking. Here's a breakdown of the highlights.
Whether you're nearing graduation, have already graduated or are in search of a new job, you've taken your future into your own hands by attending a career fair. You may find yourself asking, but now what? What you do after the career fair is almost more important than what you did at the career fair, and the two go hand-in-hand. Two career experts share seven of the most important things you (as a jobseeker) should do once you leave a career fair.
Each quarter Rasmussen College's General Education Committee rolls out a new resource designed to help students navigate the various stages of their education. This quarter's is an online resource titled "Ethics and Professional Responsibility." It is designed to help students understand the importance of ethical behavior and how it impacts their personal and professional lives.
The Rasmussen College Career Services team is scheduled to hold its first-ever Google+ hangout on Career Development Feb. 17 at 6 p.m. CST. The Career Development hangout will cover the importance of researching companies before you speak to them, dressing professionally and the keys to networking and developing your one-minute "elevator speech."
Once you have chosen a set career path, you may feel like the hardest part is over. However, there are many stages to a career. Which one describes you best? Do you know in which direction your career is headed? Check out the following infographic for tips to step into your career (and stay there!).
Rasmussen College, in partnership with VOLT Workforce Solution, will be hosting a Military Service Member and Spouse Resource Fair on Wednesday, Sept. 25. The resource fair is open to the public and provides military service members and their spouses a chance to meet with potential employers, develop their job seeking skills with workshops, and learn about the benefits that are available to them.
Rasmussen College campuses across the country were recently abuzz with Career Expo attendees looking to network their way to their next job. The Career and Networking Expo was open to the public, and held on several campuses from Sept. 9 - 13. Attendees were able meet with potential employers, learn of new job opportunities and develop their job-hunting skills through resume critiques and mock interviews.
Searching the web is a great way to find positions, as well as discover positions or job titles that you never considered before.Here are some helpful job search sites to help during your job hunt.
Ever attended a networking event and gotten extremely nervous? If so, follow this advice from a successful professional recruiter who gives insider tips and advice on how to be triumphant at a networking event.
Many people might hem and haw about attending a Career Expo, but it actually has more advantages than you might imagine. People may make excuses for not going - the most common, "I can apply for jobs on my own online." However, statistics show that's just not good enough.