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The Career Closet welcoming sign on the bottom floor of the Womens Center in the Williamson House.

The Career Closet provides free professional attire for students, faculty and staff

Taylor Haydu, Reporter April 4, 2022

Graduate student Stephanie Newton successfully balances getting her master’s degree, raising her children and being a manager for University Culinary Services at the DI Dining Hub and at the George T....

Jody Patterson, associate director of Career Education and Development, presents the agenda for the Feb. 3 “Finding Opportunities” Career Coffee Talk.

Alumni and students offered professional development help through weekly “Career Coffee Talks”

Zoë Blank Reporter February 7, 2021

The Division of Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement has partnered with Career Exploration and Development to bring Kent State alumni a series of events to help them gain skills for their future careers. Career...

Lyric Headshot

REFLECTION: All I ever wanted to be was a shining star

Lyric Aquino February 3, 2019

As a child, I looked at the universe with amazement. I couldn’t fathom its beauty. It was the lush green grass between my toes, the river water splashing on my face and the warm sun beating down on my...

Anthony Tosi

Professor leaves New York behind to raise family, pursue academic dreams in Kent

Logan Lutton December 6, 2017

A convicted murderer stands a mere 25 feet away from Anthony Tosi. While the jury listens, daggers come out of the eyes of the accused. Sent from the Office of Chief Medical Examiner in New York City,...

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Networking key to professional success: ‘They don’t want robots’

Angela Radesic September 30, 2017

We all want that dream job—the perfect career that you almost feel guilty getting paid to do it.But, those jobs don't come from just filling out applications and sending resumes. This is where networking...

Kent State Tuscarawas to host Blue and Gold Night

Alyssa Ronyak March 8, 2016

Kent State Tuscarawas will host a Blue and Gold Night on March 14 in the Tuscarawas Performing Arts Center. The event will showcase what academic programs the campus has to offer to high school juniors...

CareerExpo registration deadline approaches

Latisha Ellison February 26, 2016

Kent State's College of Communication and Information (CCI) will host its fourth CareerExpo for juniors, seniors, graduate students and alumni in Cleveland on March 4.  CareerExpo2016 will bring companies...

Mark Craig, managing director of talent acquisition, at Charles Schwab & Co., Inc, speaks at the HR Forum in the Kiva, Feb. 9, 2016.

Charles Schwab director emphasizes skills wanted in internship and job candidates

Caroline Licata - Academic Reporter Email: [email protected] February 9, 2016

Mark Craig, branch managing director and talent acquisition from the Charles Schwab Richfield, Ohio branch, spoke to students at Kent State's College of Business Administration about career and internship...

Ty Sugick

Opinion: Athletes make career decisions, too

Ty Sugick February 2, 2016

Career decisions are made on a daily basis in the sports and business world. Some days people wake up and realize that the career they've chosen just isn’t for them anymore and quit. On the other hand,...

Center for Student Involvement to host organization fair

Erin Zaranec February 2, 2016

The Center for Student Involvement is hosting a Student Organization Fair on Thursday, Feb. 4 from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Students can learn about how to get involved on campus by visiting informational...

The 14 members of PRSSA Kent State sent to attend the national organizations annual National Conference in Atlanta.

PRSSA wins Star Chapter Award fourth year in a row

Alexis Wohler November 18, 2015

Editors Note: An earlier edition of this article listed the wrong presenters at the Chapter Development Session. The corrections to this article have been made.Earlier this month, 14 members from the Kent...

Jessa Schroeder is a senior journalism major and columnist for The Kent Stater. Contact her at

Opinion: Twitter becoming more effective in the job market

Jessa Schroeder September 30, 2015

Social media plays a huge role in the job search. It’s also a great way to monitor what peers and coworkers may be up to.Anyone can pull up Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and keep track of what someone...

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