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What do you see yourself doing five years from now?

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:53

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Posted by Shardae M.
Nina Chaney | Team Coordinator I see myself working on my master's program in Physician Assistant. ...

What kind of degree (major and degree level) would you ideally need to be a video game designer?

I'm currently looking into different career path choices. I have dabbled in video game design since I was about 8 years old, and I was curious as to what to pursue in college if I decide I want to continue to a professional level. #career-planning #video-game-production...

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Active Feb 14 at 00:07

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Posted by Dominique C.
Kevin O'Gorman | Game Designer and Educator: Want to know about ... Video game designers are strange animals (I should know, I've been ...

How do you find the right internship at a career fair?

Trying to plan ahead to finding an engineering internship in college and wondering how you sort through all the options. All tips appreciated. #engineering #chemical-engineering...

#career-planning

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Active Feb 09 at 17:21

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Posted by Braeden C.
Anisha Mathur | Intern at Dell Understand where your basic interests lie. Then go through the company ...

What ways can I land my dream job?

I'm currently a freshman with a major in Accounting. My dream job is to work in a bank. What steps or advice can I take into achieving a career as an accountant? #career-path #career-planning...

#accounting

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Active Jan 24 at 16:14

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Posted by Shaquana G.
Samantha Davis | Assurance Senior Associate at PwC Hi Shaquana! You're already off to a great start to reach ...

How can I market myself as a professional to future employers?

I do not know exactly how to network to where I meet and connect with future employers. I want to know how to do so and the most efficient way. #career-planning #interviewing-skills #career-counseling...

#career-development

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Active Feb 11 at 19:48

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Posted by Theresa P.
John Cline | Channels Specialist at Google Hi Theresa, Networking is the most important thing you can do ...

What are the requirements in becoming a facility maintenance engineer?

I am a sophomore student. I am taking the course aviation and right now I am taking the concepts of engineering and I don't know if I should be taking this classes to become a facility maintenance engineer. Also when I go to college, what am I going to take and what things do I need?...

#engineering #career-planning #maintenance #facility

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Active Dec 21 '17 at 10:53

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Posted by Darlene S.
Thomas Brackman | Operations and Facilities Management Advisor A facilities maintenance engineer needs a broad range of systems knowledge. ...

Good morning.... i am currently unsure if i should pursue a masters degree ?

I have completed my chemical engineering degree and I can't seem to find a job. I have been applying from the beginning of my last academic year and have no success. I currently have a lot of family issues and during my undergrad studies it was a bit much to handle none the less I have managed...

#engineering #career-planning #psychologists #undecided

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Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:50

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Posted by t F.
Greg Parker | Portfolio Director, Building Services Hey, I have the same problem years ago when I graduated. ...

What skills should I focus on for an Automotive Engineering Career?

I have been recently looking at some videos and reading up about Mechanical Engineering, and I want to Find a college that can provide me with the skills I need for a career in Automotive Engineering, I'm just curious on what I need to do to Focus myself on my path. I truly love the idea of...

#personal-development #mechanical-engineering #career-planning #automotive-engineering #automotive

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Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:50

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Posted by Robert H.
Mikio Bohler | CEO at Mikios Natural Body Scrub LLC read https://www.edmunds.com/car-reviews/top-10/top-10-automotive-colleges-and-universities-in-the-us.html

What are some career options that can be pursed with an allied health major (major designed for further education in the medical field) after graduation?

I am a sophomore college student, pursing an allied health degree, with hopes of becoming a Physician assistant. However, after graduation I don't know where to go to pursue a good job before or attending graduate school. #physical-therapist #physicians-assistant...

#career-planning

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:51

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Posted by RaeAnna T.
ABDUL WAHAAB | General Manager at PSi3Axis Info Services (India) Pvt. ... Hi Raeanna, Allied health professionals work as part of a health ...

When do you usually start planning your career?

Due to the great competition in the work force there is a necessity to start planning at the beginning years of college. Unfortunately some procrastinate and end up planning at the last minute. This question is important as it gives a gauge on when students usually start their career...

#college #career-planning #jobs #careers

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:21

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Posted by Arshad A.
Anwar Khan | Project Program Management Sr. Advisor at Dell Career planning is an ongoing process that can help you manage ...

What is the Best Road to Success in the Educational Field?

The Educational Field has attracted me significantly ever since I was young. I love the idea of giving children knowledge in a fun and dynamic classroom environment. I even would dream (and still dream) about starting my own school! I know everyone has to start small in order to achieve big...

#education-management #educational-leadership #k-12-education #career-planning #teaching #career-path

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Active Feb 11 at 17:53

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Posted by Juliana S.
Simon Robson | Retired Engineering Manager with limited consultation One of my sons is a middle school teacher at an ...

How to best use a planner in college?

In college there are so many methods to planning out your semester. How should I record school homework, assignment, projects, personal life, social life, and exercise in an organized and simple fashion? #organization #career-planning #test-planning #personal-assistant...

#college-organization

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Active Feb 01 at 11:08

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Posted by RaeAnna T.
ABDUL WAHAAB | General Manager at PSi3Axis Info Services (India) Pvt. ... Hi Raeanna, Lay out expectations early in the school year. Before ...

Is it better to get a GED at an undergrad then transfer?

I want to start planning my future for the better!! :) #school-counseling #school #graduation #career-planning #college...

#schoolislife

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Active Jan 18 at 15:15

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Posted by ALVIN L.

What would be the best choice of high school courses to take to get ready to study orthodontics?

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Active Nov 15 '17 at 23:25

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Posted by Alexah R.
Nancy Hamp, MA | Organizational Leadership • Assessment and Interviewing • Educational ... Hi, Alexah, The above is good advice. Since you asked about ...
Doris Dunn | Director of Community Relations at Farmers Insurance Hi Lauren, since you lead with "creativity" I suggest focusing on ...

How do you ask an institution or professional for shadowing opportunities?

I am currently a college psychology student. There is a particular clinical institution that I would be interested in doing some shadowing at. My problem is that I'm not sure how to ask if shadowing opportunities are available when I have no prior relationship with the institution. My...

#networking #psychology #communication-skills #job-shadowing #career-exploration #career-planning #therapy #clinical-psychology #professional-development

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Active Aug 18 '17 at 11:21

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Posted by Alexandra C.
John Cline | Channels Specialist at Google Alexandra, I wonder if these professionals have LinkedIn profiles? If so, ...

Should I go to an art college?

Hello, I was wondering if you think it would be beneficial for me to go to an art college? As of right now, I am traditional artist, taking classes at community college, who has an interest in learning more about digital art because of the many opportunities available for people who can...

#art-college #artist #higher-education #art-education #digital-artist #digital-art #art-and-illustration #career-planning

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:58

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Posted by Timothy G.
June Covington | Art Teacher I agree with the answer provided by Mr. Noble. Having a ...
Rebecca Beyer Shark | Associate Director of Career Services at University of ... A B.A. stands for Bachelor of Arts and usually includes subjects ...

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