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  • Continuing Education | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    Career Guide Career Guide Home Majors and Careers Career Preparation The Job Search Continuing Education Should I Continue My Education Researching Programs The Application Process Next Steps Continuing Education Continuing your education through a graduate or specialty program could be an option to consider as you work your way through your current program While 75 of students seek professional employment upon graduation more than 10 of ASU graduates report plans to immediately continue their education on a full time basis after graduation Many others will continue their education on a part time basis and even more will continue their education at some point after they have started their professional careers There are many crucial questions you should answer and quite a bit of research you must conduct prior to finalizing your plans to continue or not continue your education upon graduation This unit will help you identify your graduate school options as well as address the most effective methods for researching programs and successfully completing the application process Next Should I Continue My Education Career Guide Should I Continue My Education Researching Programs The Application Process Next Steps My ASU Find all your personalized information related to ASU in one

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/careerguide/continuing (2014-10-21)
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  • Major/Career Guide Worksheets and Handouts | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    can help you learn about your career possibilities evaluate career options and launch your career Major Career Exploration AzCIS tip sheet Graduate School Worksheet Informational Interviewing Investigating a Career and Major Online Resources Skills Checklist Values Defining Checklist Connecting Majors with Careers Career Worksheet Career Worksheet Interests Career Worksheet Life Experiences Career Worksheet Needs and Wants Career Worksheet Personality Career Worksheet Skills Career Worksheet Values Meet Your Major Worksheet Career Development Checklist Career Planning Checklist First Year Sophomore Junior Senior First Year on the Job Interviewing Dressing for Interview Success Negotiating a Salary Behavioral Interview Worksheet Interview Worksheet Skills Development Worksheet What Employers Want from You Job Internship Search 30 Second Commercial Evaluating Job Offers Job Fair Tips from a to z Part Time and Work Study Job Tips Making the Job Fair Work for You Resources for ASU Online Students Student Business Cards Ten reasons to do an internship Job Fair Success Checklist LinkedIn Features Career Resources for Diverse Populations Resume Cover Letters Resume Action Verbs Checklist for Effective Resumes and Cover Letters Cover Letter Example Sample Resumes Writing Accomplishment Statements Cover Letters Resume Worksheet Reference Sheet Sun Devil CareerLink Sun Devil CareerLink User Guide Sun Devil CareerLink Quick

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/careerguide/worksheetshandouts (2014-10-21)
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  • Signature Employer - GEICO | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    ASU students and grads so many opportunities GEICO is currently hiring paid summer interns Business and IT majors for two accelerated Leadership Programs all majors for careers in Sales Claims and Customer Service in Tucson as well as Analysts and IT grads for its Washington D C corporate office Why GEICO after graduation Behind our clever marketing and big brand name there are 27 000 associates working hard to deliver on GEICO s promise to be there for our customers More than 1 200 of these associates are building rewarding careers and making a difference in Arizona We offer an outstanding Total Rewards benefits program 401k and profit sharing industry leading training a promote from within culture and a supportive friendly workplace You can do more than just work here GEICO associates are also active volunteers giving back to local communities and national causes In Arizona we support the United Way Junior Achievement Habitat for Humanity and others We also host contests social events celebrations and other opportunities to further build our sense of team and community Ready to learn more ASU students are encouraged to learn more about GEICO by visiting careers geico com oncampus connecting via Facebook or

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/cs/signatureemployersGEICO (2014-10-21)
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  • Signature Employer - USAA | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    was founded in 1922 by a small group of Army officers who decided to self insure one another forming the United States Army Automobile Association Since then the organization has grown to serve over 10 million members and employ more than 25 000 employees across the nation USAA s Mission is to facilitate the financial security of its members associates and their families through provision of a full range of highly competitive financial products and services In so doing USAA seeks to be the provider of choice for the military community What we offer 10 week summer internship Real work that makes a difference Assigned manager mentor and buddy Training and team building opportunities Community service and social events with other USAA interns USAA assisted housing and travel Competitive paid internship optional medical and the opportunity to earn paid time off PTO Why USAA 25 thousand employees who care 10 million extraordinary members 22 billion net worth Fortune 500 Ranking Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work for Best for Vets Employer Military Times How to Apply Visit the USAA Career Center at usaa com careers Click on Careers Click on Find Jobs Choose an Area of Interest Select the Job

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/cs/signatureemployersUSAA (2014-10-21)
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  • ASU Counseling Services Staff | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    Salud Mental de Arizona State University 2004 Licencia de Consejera Professional 2010 Bilingüe en Inglés y Español Heidi J Haden M A L P C Counselor Professional Interests Specialties anxiety and mood disorders developmental disorders psychotic disorders training and wellness Theoretical Orientation Person Centered with utilization of Family Systems Psychodynamic and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy CBT Education Credentials M A in Professional Counseling Argosy University Phoenix 2008 Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Expressive Arts Therapy Ottawa University Phoenix 2011 AZBBHE Licensed Professional Counselor 2011 Memberships American Counselors Association Arizona Counselor s Association Jamie Bludworth Ph D Associate Director ASU Counseling Services HIPAA Security Officer Professional Interests Specialties Training and supervision mood and anxiety disorders crisis intervention interpersonal concerns professional ethics Theoretical orientation Integrative Interpersonal CBT Existential Education Credentials Ph D in Counseling Psychology Arizona State University 2007 M Ed in Counselor Education Arizona State University 2004 Licensed Psychologist 2008 Memberships American Psychological Association Division 17 American Counseling Association Society of Interpersonal Theory and Research Joel Terry M S L A C N C C Counselor Professional Interests Specialties Anxiety and mood disorders relationship concerns grief and loss substance abuse and multicultural issues Education Credentials M S Counselor Education University of Nevada Las Vegas 2011 Licensed Associate Counselor 2012 Nationally Certified Counselor 2011 Memberships American Counselor Association National Board for Certified Counselors Kimberly Montag Caouette Ph D Psychologist Professional Interests Specialties Anxiety and mood disorders relationship problems grief and loss issues transition self esteem and identity development women s issues couples counseling clinical supervision Theoretical orientation Integrative Cognitive behavioral interpersonal humanistic family systems Education Credentials Ph D in Clinical Psychology Washington State University 1993 Licensed Psychologist 1996 Lauren Barnhart M C L P C Counselor Professional Interests Specialties Anxiety mood issues grief loss relationship concerns couples group counseling multicultural issues Education Credentials M C Arizona State University 2010 Licensed Professional Counselor 2013 Memberships American Counseling Association Leanne Grant Ph D Psychologist Professional Interests Specialties Stress reduction and wellness women s issues trauma resolution sexual abuse anxiety and mood disorders supervision and training self esteem and identity issues Theoretical Orientation An integration of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy CBT Dialectical Behavior Therapy DBT and Mindfulness within a Humanistic framework Education Credentials Ph D in Clinical Psychology California School of Professional Psychology 2006 Licensed Psychologist 2009 Memberships American Psychological Association Lee Dorpfeld L P C Psy D Assistant Director Professional Interests Specialties Sport Psychology Student Athlete Development Stress reduction and Wellness Substance Use Consultation and Prevention Theoretical Orientation Integrative Cognitive Behavioral Developmental Psychodynamic Education Credentials Psy D in Clinical Psychology California Southern University for Professional Studies 2002 M S in Mental Health Counseling Nova Southeastern University 1994 Memberships American Psychotherapy Association Diplomate Lilia G Miramontes Ph D Psychologist Professional Interests Specialties Cognitive behavioral therapies motivational interviewing mindfulness and mood disorders multicultural competence first generation college students and acculturation concerns Theoretical orientation cognitive behavioral and humanistic approaches Education Credentials Ph D in Counseling Psychology Washington State University 2011 Memberships National Latina o Psychological Association Bilingual in

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  • Consultation Services | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    have concerns about an ASU student By speaking with a counselor you can receive information about how to talk with a student experiencing difficulties and how to access resources You may call any ASU Counseling Services location and ask to speak to a counselor who will talk with you about your concerns and help you determine the best strategy for supporting the student Similarly anyone can walk in to one

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  • Group Counseling | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    D C China Directory Search Search ASU Counseling Services ASU Counseling Services Home About Us Services Crisis Services Consultation Services Group Counseling Individual Counseling Outreach Services Smoking Cessation Billing Concerned About a Student FAQ Locations Group Counseling For many concerns students have group therapy is often the best way to see results in treatment Group is a great choice for you if you want to learn how to make and or keep friends explore using your own voice and or practice being assertive learn how to manage or overcome shyness address family issues self esteem body image loneliness anxiety depression or other issues that get in the way of your ability to grow and learn at ASU In group you can learn from others experiences receive and give feedback practice skills receive support and learn that you are not alone in your concerns Groups offer you the unique opportunity to share personal concerns in a safe supportive confidential environment and to learn new skills for dealing with your concerns Services Crisis Services Consultation Services Group Counseling Individual Counseling Outreach Services Smoking Cessation Billing My ASU Find all your personalized information related to ASU in one place Admission Freshman Transfer International

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  • Individual Counseling | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    in a private confidential setting The counselor will collaborate with you to set counseling goals and evaluate progress toward those goals Referral case management services ASU Counseling Services staff maintains an extensive list of community based providers and seeks to maintain close relationships with both you and the provider to ensure that you have all of your counseling assessment and psychiatric needs met Psychiatric services If you need to connect to a local psychiatrist or you are looking for an evaluation for psychiatric medication our staff can facilitate and support you in connecting to community based providers to meet your individual psychiatric service needs Community mental health providers If you wish to transfer on going counseling treatment or looking to start personal counseling with a local provider our staff has referral relationships with providers and can assist in connecting you to a provider who is able to meet your goals and needs Community resources There may be times when you need a specialized service Examples could include Assessment for ADHD learning disorders or other concerns Community resources to assist with basic needs such as emergency housing food banks and other emergency assistance Our staff has access to many resources that

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