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Did you know that the Student Success Center is Out for Work GOLD certified?

Also, the Student Success Center is trying to become Platinum certified AND win free registration to the Out for Work conference in Washington D.C. from September 26-28! YOU can become a part of this process by applying for a Fran Frazier travel scholarship by tomorrow, April 24! You will need a short essay describing how […]

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The deadline to apply for Fran Frazier is TOMORROW Apr. 24!

The Out for Work conference is September 26-28 in Washington D.C. If you think you might like to attend, apply for a Fran Frazier travel scholarship NOW!!! The deadline is TOMORROW, Thursday April 24 in order to receive your funds to attend in September! Find out more about the Out for Work conference, scholarship guidelines, […]

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Out for Work conference is coming up – apply for the Fran Frazier!

The Out for Work conference is September 26-28 in Washington D.C. If you think you might like to attend, apply for a Fran Frazier travel scholarship NOW!!! The deadline is April 24 in order to receive your funds to attend in September! Find out more about the Out for Work conference, scholarship guidelines, and travel […]

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Know before you go!

Why should you attend the Winter 2014 Career Fair, tomorrow, Wednesday, April 16 from 12-3 PM? How do you impress recruiters? Find out here in this SHORT video from Career Spots, 7 Tips for Researching Companies!  

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How to rewrite your LinkedIn headline

There is a lot you can learn about rewriting your LinkedIn headline, according to academic advisor/career counselor Sam MacFarland, from this Forbes article by Jenny Foss, “How to Make Your LinkedIn headline Stand Out.” According to the article, the LinkedIn headline is the “most overlooked LinkedIn section,” but it’s also “prime marketing real estate.” Ask […]

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Advice for Business Majors

Maggie Golembiewski, MA, LLPC and academic advisor/counselor at the University of Michigan-Flint’s Student Success Center, says: Complete your math classes as quickly as possible in order to make timely progress towards taking your core classes and getting your degree!    

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Tai Chi Tuesdays at the WEC – reduce stress!

Did you know that every Tuesday, you can do tai chi for an hour at the University of Michigan-Flint’s Women’s Educational Center (WEC)? Tai chi is an excellent way to reduce stress and anxiety, according to the Mayo Clinic. If you are less stressed, you may perform better in work and school. Tai chi is […]

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Interview/Career Fair advice from Maggie Golembiewski, Advisor and Career Counselor

This article, “5 common interview questions –and how to answer them” has some great advice for job seekers. Here are the five questions and one suggestion for each, but you can click on the article link to read more! 1) Tell me about yourself. Focus on three or four areas within your resume that are […]

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How do you prepare for graduate school? (Part 2)

When you are ready to apply to grad school, what should you do? Apply to various schools (most current graduate school applicants agree that 10-12 is a good idea). If at all possible, make sure you research schools well and apply to the ones where your work will fit, not just those that are nearby […]

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Mott2UM-Flint Info Sessions

Have you ever wanted to take courses at Umflint & Mott? Well, with a single admissions application, students can take advantage of the resources and course selection at both colleges. The Mott2UM-Flint concurrent enrollment program offers you the opportunity to take courses at both institutions at the same time, meaning tuition savings and maximum flexibility […]

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