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Career Coffee Talks give advice to students and alumni

Kayla Gleason, Reporter May 17, 2023

At the end of the Spring semester, current students and alumni attended another Career Coffee Talks session.   The sessions are hosted virtually by Career Exploration and Development and the Division...

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“Interview Stream” serves as main contributor to positive interview outcomes

Emily Mays Reporter May 10, 2021

Internship season is upon us at Kent State and Michelle Adkins, the associate director of Career Exploration and Development, explained what internships entail and resources that are offered to students...

Sam Harper is the Colorectal Cancer Alliance’s new vice president of data intelligence and technology.

Second Kent State alumnus hired at small colorectal cancer nonprofit organization

Zoë Blank Reporter March 9, 2021

A small organization of only 45 people in Washington, D.C., now employs two Kent State alumni.The Colorectal Cancer Alliance recently hired Kent State alumnus Sam Harper as the vice president of data intelligence...

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Aeronautics, architecture graduate programs see large increases in graduate program enrollment

Kaitlyn Finchler Reporter March 6, 2021

With the university releasing spring 2021 enrollment numbers, the colleges at Kent State review what this means for them within their graduate programs. The College of Aeronautics & Engineering and...

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Future Focused Fridays connect students with industry professionals

Josie Bixler Reporter November 13, 2020

Future Focused Fridays are coming to a close Nov. 20, but will begin again in the spring semester with more resources.The Future Focused Friday events began this summer as a response to COVID-19 and act...

Kel Reed is a career advisor for the Career Services office in the College of Business Administration at Kent State. 

Online job applications more than a few clicks

Dylan Bowers Reporter February 15, 2020

Applying for jobs online embodies the process of finding a job in the year 2020. As student tenure winds down at Kent State, getting a job quickly jumps to the top of the list of priorities.Job applications...

Tom Mahon, manager of information technology, teaches a Blackboard workshop for faculty focusing on tests and assignments. There are various different courses regarding Blackboard in the library, as well as online help.

Information technology training provides professors instruction on online resources

Anna Smith Reporter February 14, 2020

Faculty can learn more about technology programs to improve online learning through free workshops.The IT Training and Outreach technical workshop topics include Blackboard Learn, Adobe, Microsoft and...

Talent Acquisition Leaders from Crossroads of Mentor, Ohio made an appearance at the 2019 Kent State career and internship fair. “Our CEO is passionate and is locked into the mission,” said Kenyon Mau (left) on why he loved working for the company.

Career fair offers jobs, internships for students

Fall Internships, Co-op and Career Fair prepared students for workforce opportunities through networking, free headshot photos and a refresh and impress station.The Career Exploration and Development event...

Students look over American Eagles table at the Spring Internship, Co-op and Career Fair Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018.

Students attend annual Spring Internship, Co-op and Career Fair

Imani Fields February 22, 2018

Nearly 1,300 students attended the annual Spring Internship, Co-op and Career Fair at Kent State University’s Student Recreation and Wellness Center on Feb. 22.Well over 146 business recruiters from...

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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...

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Social media safety in college

Mariel Zambelli August 7, 2017

Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn are all social platforms that are popular amongst college students.Twitter, Facebook and Instagram attract the eye and are posted on frequently, whereas LinkedIn...

  Matt Cowles, photographer for the College of Business photographs Shane Alesi, managerial marketing freshman at the LinkedIn photo booth during the COB business kick off event.

Using LinkedIn to prepare for future employment

Zabrina Hvostal March 1, 2015

Career Services Center encourages students to use LinkedIn to enhance networking opportunities with professionals.Career Services said recent statistics show 99 percent of job recruiters use LinkedIn to...

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