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  • Workshops and Events | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    world around them Alumni from featured impact opportunities AmeriCorps Peace Corp and Teach for America will share their experiences information on what best prepared them to enter into these opportunities as well as how these opportunities have helped them to take their next career steps Workshop schedule Date Workshop Time Location Friday September 26 Be an Impact Leader 11 a m 12 30 p m West Verde Dining Pavilion Executive Dining Room Thursday October 2 Impact 101 11 a m 12 30 p m Poly campus Career Center Friday October 3 Be an Impact Leader 11 a m 12 30 p m Tempe campus Career Services SSV 329 Tuesday October 7 Impact 101 11 a m 12 30 p m West campus Verde Dining Pavilion Executive Dining Room Friday October 24 Be an Impact Leader 11 a m 12 30 p m Tempe campus Changemaker Central Tuesday November 4 Impact 101 5 6 30 p m Tempe campus Changemaker Central Thursday November 6 Impact Alumni Panel 5 6 30 p m Downtown Phoenix campus Cronkite 202 Friday November 7 Impact 101 11 a m 12 30 p m Tempe Campus Career Services SSV room 329 Wednesday November 12 Impact Alumni Panel 5 6 30 p m Tempe Campus MU Alumni Lounge Events Appy Hour Application Information Session Monday Sept 29 1 4 p m Changemaker Central Tempe campus This session will include the complete overview of the application tips and a space for students to ask any specific questions they may have We encourage them to bring their resume and computer so they can get feedback and work on their application Pizza will also be provided Slices and Advices Oct 21 6 8 p m Changemaker Central Tempe campus Teach For America will host a Slices and Advices event where

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/makeyourimpact/events (2014-10-21)
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  • News and Highlights | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    opportunity to finally merge his three passions film history and teaching A film and media studies major Johnson will join Teach For America in June to follow his family s legacy of working in education Read More Exceptional future teacher joins Teach For America to follow her passion In an age when college students pick a major before ever setting foot on campus Lauren Edgar took a circuitous route at Arizona State University to discover her passion for teaching Named an Outstanding Teacher Candidate by ASU s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College the talented and hard working 2014 graduate plans to join Teach For America in June after having already produced classroom results that most educators strive for Read More Azle Resident Begins Peace Corps Service in Guinea DALLAS June 18 2014 Megan Waldock 23 of Azle Texas has been accepted into the Peace Corps and will depart for Guinea July1 to begin training as a Secondary Education Science volunteer Waldock will live and work at the community level to make a difference by teaching chemistry for grades 7 10 Read More I love that normal average U S citizens can have an impact on normal average people around the world said Waldock Politicians and world leaders are important but there is something to be said for the powerful foreign relations impact of simple human relationships formed through service and sharing life with one another Waldock is the daughter of Darryl and Leisa Waldock She attended Baylor University in Waco Texas where she earned a bachelor s degree in chemistry in 2013 She will attend Arizona State University for graduate school where she plans to get a master s in sustainability She has also worked as a teaching assistant at Arizona State University At Baylor I learned the importance of leadership and that as a leader I can make a change whether it is in individual lives or the community as a whole said Waldock During the first three months of her service Waldock will live with a host family in Guinea to learn the local language and integrate into the local culture After acquiring the language and cultural skills that will help her make a lasting difference Waldock will be sworn into service and assigned to a community in Guinea where she will serve for two years Waldock will work in cooperation with the local people and partner organizations on sustainable community based development projects that improve the lives of people in Guinea and help Waldock develop leadership technical and cross cultural skills that will give her a competitive edge when she returns home Peace Corps volunteers return from service as global citizens well positioned for professional opportunities in today s global job market I am participating in a program called Master s International in which I complete my graduate degree and service in the Peace Corps simultaneously said Waldock As I serve and teach in my community in Guinea I will also be working on a research project

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  • Announcements | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    Locations Map Tempe West Polytechnic Downtown Phoenix Online and Extended Lake Havasu Skysong Research Park Washington D C China Directory Search Search Make Your Impact Make Your Impact Home AmeriCorps Peace Corps Teach For America Announcements My ASU Find all your personalized information related to ASU in one place Admission Freshman Transfer International Readmission Graduate Law Counselor and Teacher Resources Paying for College Costs Financial Aid Scholarships Tuition Billing Residency

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  • ASU Highlights | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    what other types of plans do ASU graduates pursue upon completing their degree Answer While most new graduates do intend to work after graduation some do choose to pursue other plans after finishing their academic program Approximately 11 3 of undergraduate and 7 2 of graduate students reported in their 90 day graduation follow up survey they had plans other than seeking professional employment after graduation A summary of those plans is as follows Undergraduate Represents 11 3 of total respondents Non Work Plans After Graduation Percent Continue Education 78 3 Complete Volunteer Position s 2 5 Attend to Family Priorities 10 1 Other 9 1 Graduate Represents 7 2 of total respondents Non Work Plans After Graduation Percent Continue Education 66 9 Complete Volunteer Position s 6 6 Attend to Family Priorities 16 2 Other 10 2 Question 3 How important are grades in the salary offered to new grads Answer Employers consistently communicate that the attributes they most value with their new hires include demonstrated leadership skills communication skills and analytic thinking skills While overall academic performance is not typically among the top attributes employers intentionally seek the skills they most value can come as a result of solid academic performance Data below reflects a correlation between cumulative GPA and the starting salaries that ASU undergraduates reported on their 90 day graduation follow up survey Undergraduate GPA Salary 4 00 46 702 3 50 4 00 45 934 3 00 3 49 43 436 2 00 2 99 42 661 Question 4 What percent of students complete at least one internship prior to graduation Answer Completing one or more professional internships can help current students apply their classroom learning and gain valuable practical experience that is valued by their future employers Most students take advantage of the chance

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  • Welcome to ASU Career Services Webinar | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    type Community Member in this space Phone Number Email Major College graduation date Year 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

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  • The Game Plan | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    each organization through these two questions Why do I want employment here as opposed to another similar organization Do I understand the missions vision and values of the organization I am applying to Step 2 Assess your job specific qualifications It is important to think about your very specific individual qualifications for a given job Employers seek candidates who are focused and can passionately discuss specific experiences that relate to a job What are the most relevant school projects that have helped you prepare for a certain type of job think specific Which responsibilities from your past experiences are most relevant to your goal position again think specifics Step 3 Don t forget about external factors Searching for and finding the right job is about more than core job responsibilities As an applicant you should also consider environmental and personal factors when searching for a job Location Is there a geographic location in which you want to work or don t want to work Employer values In addition to finding the right job description is it important to you to also find an employer with a certain type of social mission Company size Is it important for you to work in a large well established organization or do you prefer new and smaller enterprises Step 4 Establish goals and rewards The job search process takes time While finding a job may be the highest item on your priority list hiring employers likely have many other priorities they are tending to at the time they are conducting a search With this in mind it is important to set up goals and rewards for yourself that are independent of actually getting an interview or landing a job Establishing goals and rewards will help you maintain a positive frame of mind even when

    Original URL path: https://eoss.asu.edu/careerguide/thejobsearch/gameplan (2014-10-21)
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  • Format | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    Preparation The Job Search Game Plan Resumes Format Examples Content References Employment Letters Job Search Strategies Interviewing Compensation Negotiation Next Steps Continuing Education Format There are three primary types of resume formats the chronological resume the functional resume and the combination chronological functional resume Generally the chronologically formatted resume is recommended for students with relatively little experience In certain cases involving complex work histories however the functional format may be more suitable Chronological Resume Education experience jobs activities projects and technical skills are entered individually within specific categories These entries are made in reverse chronological order beginning with the most recent Date ranges are included for each entry Functional Resume The functional resume combines skills or accomplishments together under appropriate headings such as Event Coordination Leadership and Fundraising The positions and employers are listed in simple form at the bottom of the resume Combination Resume The combination resume takes the best of both the chronological and functional resume formats by combining descriptive information on your work history with descriptive information on your specific skill areas Format Examples Content References Career Guide Game Plan Resumes Format Examples Content References Employment Letters Job Search Strategies Interviewing Compensation Negotiation Next Steps My ASU

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  • Examples | Educational Outreach and Student Services
    in Microsoft Word in job search books and on job search websites These templates while easy to use restrict your ability to customize your content format of your resume and make future edits They are designed to be one size fits all formats and one size rarely fits all very well Review the following resume samples Find the format that is most appealing to your eye in terms of style and flow Of course your content will be unique but you can use these resume examples to find the format that you like best along with examples of appropriate sounding content Academic Area Resumes Resume Sample Business Resume Sample Biological Sciences Resume Sample Communication Resume Sample Education Resume Sample Engineering Resume Sample Global Studies Resume Sample Interdisciplinary Studies BIS Resume Sample Journalism Resume Sample Justice Studies Resume Sample Liberal Arts and Sciences Anthropology Resume Sample Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry Resume Sample Liberal Arts and Sciences Geography Resume Sample Liberal Arts and Sciences Political Science Resume Sample Nursing Resume Sample Political Science Resume Sample Secondary Education Resume Sample Technology CTI Resume Sample Urban Planning Other Resumes and CV s Resume Sample First Year Student Resume Sample Government Resume Sample Interior

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