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You are in charge of your career. The types of courses your take, the way you engage in them and the experiences you have outside the classroom can make your career and academic opportunities stronger. Knowing how to manage your career means you can:

  1. Clearly identify the skills and professional competencies you have built through your studies and experiences
  2. Articulate the value of your education, experiences and the competencies you have gained as they relate to your chosen career

The advisors in the Liberal Arts Advisement and Career Center can help you learn how to clearly represent your skills and professional competencies to potential employers and graduate schools in ways that make you impossible to ignore!

Go here to start your resume, cover letter, or interviewing practice.

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