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Tammie Dudley <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 19 Mar 2009 15:11:34 -0400
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Do You Need a JOB? Free Professional Career Coaching Program at Georgia
State Starts March 18th

If you are planning to work in a technical field after graduation,
Georgia State University has a pilot program this spring to give you
assistance in working on your job applications. You will meet for two
hour sessions on each of three consecutive Wednesdays: March 18, 25 and
April 1 (either 10 - noon or 1 - 3 PM).

Students will:

   * create a resume
   * have the opportunity to videotape themselves during a "mock
   * have the opportunity to practice networking
   * get help applying for jobs

The course will be taught by Ms. Carol Bartlett. Ms. Bartlett received
her B.A. from the University of Delaware, her M.S. from the University
of Pennsylvania, and her Ed.S. from Georgia State University. She has
taught career development and related courses at Georgia State
University, the Georgia Institute of Technology, and DeVry.

Applications are on-line at
If you cannot come on these days, please sign up indicating times of day
when you can come.
We may be able to open another section later in the semester or during
the summer.

Sarah S. Roberts
Sr. Admin. Coordinator
Office of the Dean:
College of Arts & Sciences
Georgia State University
General Classroom Building
Suite 730
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