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    Classroom to Boardroom - Making the Most of an Internship
by Heather Krasna and Jenna Connour - Jan, 2015
You’ve landed the internship. Now, should you breeze through it, or instead strive to make it a valuable – and eventually, profitable – experience? In this episode of “Classroom to Boardroom,” Heather Krasna, Assistant Dean of Career Services at Columbia Mailman School of Public Health and independent career coach, discusses how students can go above and beyond in their internships, and how they can develop lasting connections...
 
    Classroom to Boardroom - Career Fair Strategies (and Mistakes)
by Angie Froistad and Tim Muma - Jan, 2015
Career fairs are tremendous events designed to get you in front of potential employers, put your best self on display, and create the opportunity to land a new job. A successful day includes sound strategy and avoiding common mistakes. Angie Froistad, assistant director of the College of Science and Engineering Career Center at the University of Minnesota, shares her insider perspective on the do's and don'ts when it comes to...
 
    Classroom to Boardroom - Preparing for Your Internship Search
by Heather Krasna and Jenna Connour - Jan, 2015
Internships are often an important part of the college years; they give students the experience, skills, and qualifications necessary to make the transition into a full-time career. Heather Krasna, Assistant Dean of Career Services at Columbia Mailman School of Public Health and independent career coach, joins LJNRadio to discuss how college students can search for an internship, and the benefits that they can gain from an int...
 
    Classroom to Boardroom - Is a Graduate Degree Right for Me?
by Samantha Glassford and Cady Chesney - Jan, 2015
Should you go to Graduate school? Well, that depends on a number of factors, all of which can have a long term impact on your career. Samantha Glassford, Adjunct Professor at both Brookdale Community College and Ocean County College, and holder of a Master of Arts in English Literature, joins the show to tell us more about how to determine if a graduate degree is right for you. p>Classroom to Boardroom gives college student...
 
  “Help, I have 4 job offers!” Evaluating offers & Career Decision Making
by Sharon Cohen - Jan, 2015
True story of how one of my students hit the Career jackpot! Last Thursday, one of my MBA students called me. He sounded very anxious on the phone and requested an Emergency Career Counseling session. My first thought was, “oh no, it must be bad news.” But then he told me he has 4 offers, 3 of which are for full time work and 1 of which is for a full time internship! However, these were “exploding offers” and the deadli...
 
  Executive Resume Writing 2: What Makes You So Special?
by Louise Fletcher - Jan, 2015
In my last post on executive resume writing, I covered the importance of defining your target audience. Now I want to talk about how you can appeal to that audience. You will have heard the term "unique value proposition" (or "unique selling point") when it comes to marketing products or services, but this idea also applies when you are selling yourself. In order to write a strong resume, you need to define your own uniq...
 
  Google - Who's Googling you during your Job Search?
by Sharon Cohen - Jan, 2015
*Frustrated with your online job search? *Ever wonder what recruiters are searching for when they Google your name? *What does your online image and personal brand say about you? The main, Social Media sites are: LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. They're often referred to as "The Big 3. "Job seekers routinely Google companies and interviewers prior to an interview. So, it shouldn't come as a surprise that employe...
 
  Have a speech coming up? Want to sharpen your style?
by Beverly Jones - Jan, 2015
Finding more opportunities to make presentations can bring new energy to your career. Public speaking allows you to stand out, show what you know, and connect with a wider group of people. The more talks you give, the more you build your confidence and polish your style. And the prospect of presenting helps you identify what's important and work harder to know your stuff. I often encourage clients to raise their profiles b...
 
  Simple Resume Customizing Strategies
by Linda Dobogai - Jan, 2015
Are you wondering why you’re not getting positive results after you send out lots of resumes? If the resumes have been all exactly the same, you may just be spinning your wheels. In today’s world of information overload, where employers are sometimes inundated with resumes from Internet, mobile and other sources, customizing is key. Each employer wants to reserve meeting time for those candidates who are already perceived...
 
  The OFCCP Digest Volume 5, Issue 1
by Local JobNetwork™ - Jan, 2015
National Industry Liaison Group’s Comment on OFCCP’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on Requirement to Report Summary Data on Employee Compensation by Cara Crotty, Esq. The National Industry Liaison Group (NILG) routinely submits comments to proposed rules that affect the EEO an...
 
  A Quick Look at the OFCCP’s Enforcement Data for 2009 to 2015
by Dr. Hossein Borhani - Jan, 2015
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) makes some part of its enforcement data available to the public. The data can be accessed here. The data is provided in two parts, one dataset that consists of closed Compliance Evaluations and another dataset called Compliant Investigations data. The first dataset contains the information on the evaluations that OFCCP has initiated and th...
 
  President Obama and the OFCCP: 2014 in Review – Part I
by Ahmed Younies - Jan, 2015
Every year we like to provide you, our readers in the federal contracting community, with a year-in-review and look ahead to the coming year to ensure that you are aware of trends that could impact your business. Typically, that means reviewing the OFCCP’s stated goals against its actions and then making an educated projection of what is to come. This year we will take our analysis a step further. As a federal government contr...
 
  Targeting Veterans for Hire
by Jacquelyn Peterson - Jan, 2015
The Vietnam Era Veterans’ Readjustment Assistance Act (VEVRAA) is intended to provide affirmative action and nondiscrimination for protected veterans including special disabled veterans, veterans of the Vietnam era, disabled veterans, recently separated veterans, active duty wartime or campaign badge veterans, and armed forces service medal veterans. To promote equal opportunity for protected veterans, federal contractors...
 
  From the Trenches – Audit Experience with the New Scheduling Letter and Itemized Listing
by Debra Milstein Gardner - Jan, 2015
You are going through your mail and see an envelope postmarked from the Department of Labor. Your heart starts racing and you silently pray that it is a mistake since you did not receive a courtesy letter in advance from the OFCCP. Unfortunately your company is on the OFCCP audit list and you just received your scheduling letter. Whether or not this is your first compliance review experience, the next thirty days will no...
 
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