Monthly Archives: April 2012

All Aboard: Using Social Media to Advance Your Career

–Adam Miller ’12 What’s on your mind? Compose new Tweet. Share an update. These simple statements prompt us to share information with our friends, colleagues, and even complete strangers. Although learning how to effectively use social media can be an … Continue reading

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Filming on Vocation: Julie Olsen

SYNOPSIS Learn about Julie Olsen’s work as both Registrar and Associate Dean of the College. Hear advice for branching out trying something off-the-wall during your time at Wabash. SELECTED TRANSCRIPT Julie Olsen: Associate Dean of the College 0:30 Julie Olsen: … Continue reading

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Filming on Vocation — Joe Haklin [CS]

SYNOPSIS Watch the inimitable Joe Haklin talk about his work, his development, and how Wabash men can build a body of experience useful for their entire lives. Joe Haklin Highlights 0:20 Joe Haklin: It’s my charge to administer 10 intercollegiate … Continue reading

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THE BETTER LETTER

–Stephen Batchelder Writing Better Cover Letters Over the course of this year I have dished out a considerable number of resume reviews and I hope that the feedback has proven constructive and beneficial. In comparison to how many questions I … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Interview Front

-Austin Weaver From beginning to the follow up, what I’ve learned through the interview process. Over the past couple of years, I have been involved in several interviews—on both sides of the table, and even on the phone as well.  … Continue reading

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Dating your Career Search

–Mark Osnowitz ’12 When you think about it, dating and finding a job are rather similar. Let’s say your friend tells you about his female friend he thinks you would like. First thing you do is go on Facebook and … Continue reading

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