Using Social Media to Get a Job in the Hospitality Industry

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In the year 1482, Leonardo da Vinci was looking for a job and documented his work history on a piece of paper for an employer he was pursuing. Handing in what is documented as being the first résumé in history, I am …

By Stephanie Van Cleve-DeHerrera
Stephanie Van Cleve-DeHerrera Assistant Director, Hospitality Career Services Stephanie Van Cleve-DeHerrera
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How to Include Honors and Awards in Your Resume


If you are a student or a recent graduate trying to find work, you may not have a lot of experience to list on your resume. But you do have other achievements and accomplishments to show that you are …

By Jane Hurst
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Faculty Tips – Integrating Transferable Skills into Syllabus Learning Outcomes


Faculty are in a great position to link classroom learning to posts-graduation goals to help students see the value of their major coursework and common curriculum requirements. Writing, research, verbal communication, critical thinking, and data analysis are just a few …

By Jane Mall
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Meet Beth! A First Generation Student & Career Advisor

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Beth is one of the newest additions to the Career and Professional Development team! She was kind enough to share her advice and experiences as a first generation undergraduate student.

 Tell us a bit about yourself.

 I am …

By Chloe Theobald
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9 Office Etiquette Rules Every Person Should Know


You might be surprised at just how rude people can be, and how many people have no idea about etiquette, including office etiquette. It is so important to follow all of the rules of etiquette when you are sharing a …

By Jane Hurst
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