Are you looking for a new job? Fortunately, UMGC’s CareerQuest has everything you need to elevate your resume and find the next position on your professional journey. With September celebrating International Update Your Resume month, check out the latest information and best practices from your UMGC Career Services Advising team to ensure your resume is ready to impress to help you land your next career opportunity.
It is that time of year again, the Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program application window will be open from September 13 – 27, 2022, (opening and closing at Noon Eastern).
There are several career paths to consider when thinking about a career in the intelligence industry. The path you choose may require a combination of work experience such as internships, education, or special training beyond a degree. It’s important to keep in mind the following three key steps when preparing for and deciding on the direction for your career in intelligence.
LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional networking website. It can be used to expand your network, to find internships or employment, or to build and strengthen professional relationships. Additionally, a LinkedIn profile can be used to connect people with job opportunities.
Are you looking for a new job? Now just might be the perfect time to make your next career move. That’s because the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that in January, the U.S. had a record 11.3 million available jobs—and not enough workers to fill them.
To give UMGC students and alumni the chance to seize these opportunities, UMGC is hosting its seventh annual Virtual Career Fair on March 25. Sponsored by Revature, Peterson Technologies and Apex Systems, the career fair connects job seekers with companies that are actively trying to hire qualified candidates for open positions.
The virtual interview is here to stay. While virtual interviews have a lot in common with their traditional counterparts, there are still a few differences that candidates should prepare for before the interview. Continue below for tips to help you ace your next virtual interview.
An effective resume will tell a reader the story of your career. It should not be generic—instead it should be tailored to your industry of choice. Your resume should be clear and should be able to be understood by anyone who reads it. So, how do you write a job-winning resume? Continue below for tips you can implement today to strengthen your resume.
A common question asked during career advising appointments is, “What can I do with this major?” Prospective students are often more interested in their probability of success, job prospects, and potential salary, while current students want to know about career paths and job titles. It’s often assumed that a successful career is tied directly to a specific degree rather than a combination of a degree and work experience (such as internships or participation in student or professional organizations). So, this question is really an opportunity to explore a major and the concentrations within that degree program. Continue below for strategies to help you decide which major is right for you.
Returning to work after a break, regardless of the duration, can be challenging. Whether your break was due to personal reasons or unemployment, knowing what to do to prepare for your return to work can boost your confidence and increase your chances of restarting your career. Continue below for five effective tips to reenter the workforce.
Mentoring can have a powerful impact on a student’s career development. In honor of National Mentoring Month in January, we’re sharing stories from our students about how this life-changing relationship is helping them shape—and achieve—their professional goals.