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1. Interview Questions for Recent Graduates
When you interview for your first job after college, you will likely be asked one or more of these questions about your education and your future plans. Prospective employers want to know what you gained from your college experience, planning and decision-making ability, and future goals.

2. Cover Letters for College Students
Cover letter writing is a very important skill for students to master because they can make the difference between an employer reading your resume and the employer passing it over. A well-written cover letter may persuade the employer to consider you as a job candidate.

3. Certificate vs. Certified
The terms certificate and certified are often confused because of their similarities in sound. However, it is important to understand the differences in these terms to help you when you are researching degree programs and professional certifications.

4. Army Intelligence Officer Tasha Tataru
Considering a career with the Army or in human intelligence? If so, this interview with WO1 Tasha Tataru, an Army intelligence warrant officer serving in Afghanistan, is a must read.

5. Classroom Etiquette
Conducting yourself appropriately in your college classrooms shows your professors that your courses are important to you. It also shows respect to your professor and your classmates. However, if you are a new student, you may be uncertain as to what behavior is appropriate.

6. Becoming a Dentist
Dentists diagnose and treat problems in the mouth related to teeth and promote oral hygiene. They also perform a variety of other tasks including repair of decayed teeth, tooth removal, and dental care instruction.

7. Public School Careers -- Part I
List of common school-level careers requiring, in most cases, a college degree. In addition to school-level employees, school districts will employee district-level employees such as the superintendent.

8. How to Stay Motivated in the Summer Session
Does it feel like everyone else is having fun while you are trudging to your summer class and while sitting in your room studying? The summer session can be a difficult time of the year to stay motivated. Using motivation strategies can help you stay energized during the summer session.

9. Informational Interview Questions to Ask
As a college student, you may benefit from conducting an informational interview to help you choose a career path or to learn how to be successful in your chosen career field. If you conduct an informational interview, come prepared with a well chosen list of questions to ask during the interview.

10. Career Daydream
The Career Daydream is a visualization exercise designed to help students who are undecided about their career choice. Through the exercise they create a mental image of what they want their life to be like after they have graduated and started their career.



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