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Jun 3 2013
Not Registered with Career Sevices? You Should. Here's Why

Not Registered with Career Services? You Should. Here’s Why and How.

• If you are attending Walsh to advance or transition your career, get a competitive advantage by developing your network and brand while you gain intellectual assets related to your  discipline.

• When you register with Career Services you receive notice of career and employer events at Walsh College.

• Employers use Career Services to identify good candidates that are current students to fill their talent pipeline.

• Employers report that most college students need career development education because unknown, small mistakes prevent candidates from being hired.

• Learn how employers are evaluating and ranking you as a candidate. Using a twist from President John F. Kennedy’s famous line in his inauguration speech, think not what an employer can do for you; think what you can do for an employer.

• Career Services provides career education and coaching to help you be an outstanding internal or external candidate.

Students should register during their first semester at Walsh to be informed of career-building events. Register by logging into the Walsh Portal, go to Student Services, and open the Career Services Portal, click on the link at the top of the page: Login to eRecruiting - it opens your account; fill in your profile, upload your resume, and apply to jobs and internships. Every position that comes into Walsh College is posted in eRecruiting. New jobs are added daily; be sure to check opportunities frequently. Only current Walsh College students and degreed alumni are eligible to apply to Walsh jobs and internships, making this exclusive database the number one resource where Walsh students and alumni find their next career. Why? Interest in hiring a Walsh student and low competition. Alumni often hire from Walsh.

Even if you are not searching for a new job today, it is a good idea to know the job market, required skills in your field of interest, the demand for your field of study, and meet employers for future referrals and job offers.

Keep your resume and information current so that an employer seeking a candidate with your skills can contact you. If you prefer to keep your job search private, do not put your resume in the public resume books. You can easily search and apply for positions discriminately if you are currently employed.

Need more information, help registering, or a resume critique? Call Career Services at (248) 823-1625.


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