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We are Happy to announce: "Student Success in the Job Market" in the First Semester 2014 Diversity Employers Digital Issue.
 
  • Students are Happy because they are getting jobs
  • Career Services Directors are Happy because they are helping students find jobs
  • Employers are Happy because they are recruiting a diverse workforce
  • Career Services Directors are Happy because they have just what students need - career success strategies to land a good job - a dream job
  • When the economy is good, everyone is Happy.
 
Here is the First Semester 2014 Diversity Employers Digital Issue: http://diversityemployers.epubxp.com/t/82263
 
Our Career Consultants:
Natalia Guarin-Klein Interim Director, Magner Career Center, Brooklyn College  Carolyn Thomas Director, Career Services, Xavier University of Louisiana 
Vernon E. Martin, Jr. President of Martin Professional Business Associates  Johanna Smith Assistant Director – Career Services – Virginia Tech 
Kimberly Dixon Assistant Director - Employer Relations & Diversity Career Center – Stony Brook University 
Robert Williams Director of Career Services, Default Prevention Counselor – Rust College  Kimberly DeLardge Assistant Director - Diversity Initiatives Rochester Institute of Technology  Meghan Godorov Associate Director - Alumnae and Community Engagement – Mount Holyoke College  Judy Jimmerson Associate Vice-President for Career Services – Albany Technical College  Tracey Jackson Career Advisor / Employee Relations Manager – Tulane University  Joe Marion Director Career and VA Affairs - Southern University at New Orleans (SUNO)
 

By Joe Marion – Director Career and VA Affairs – Southern University at New Orleans (SUNO)

I have been in Career Affairs at SUNO since 1982. SUNO has developed a very successful relationship with the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF).

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By Kimberly Joy Dixon – Assistant Director of Employer Relations & Diversity Career Center – Stony Brook University

I am the coordinator of the Diversity Professional Leadership Network (DPLN) Program, which is a partnership with employers designed to impart career & industry knowledge to students.

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By Robert T. Williams, Jr. – Director of Career Services, Default Prevention Counselor – Rust College

The most important thing that I did with Anthony, as well as with any student I meet, is have a conversation to see where he is in life.

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By Kimberly DeLardge Assistant Director ~ Diversity Initiatives Rochester Institute of Technology

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By Judy Jimmerson – Associate Vice-President for Career Services – Albany Technical College

I served as Career Services Director from 2006 to 2014 and was promoted to Associate Vice President for Career Services in 2014.

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By Carolyn Thomas – Director of Career Services – Xavier University

At Xavier University of Louisiana, where I have served as the Director of Career Services since 1983, we strongly encourage students to utilize our office early in their collegiate career so that they can prepare themselves to be marketable upon graduation.

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By Meghan Godorov – Associate Director, Alumnae and Community Engagement – Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts

I have been working at Mount Holyoke College since June 2011. As the designated staff member for the senior class, I spend a great deal of time preparing students to land the job that best suits their current and future professional goals

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By Tracey Jackson – Career Advisor / Empl0yee Relations Manager – Tulane University

For many seniors, the reality check has finally come! Senior year is a reality check because it is filled with many transitions.

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Retail industry fosters racial income inequality, according to NAACP, Demos study

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Teens may have caught a break when the economy followed that seasonal employment recipe precisely.
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Calls for a $7.5 Billion Investment in Transportation Infrastructure
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In 1794, the Portuguese slave ship São José wrecked with 400 slaves aboard; iron ballast and a wooden pulley from that ship will come to Washington, D.C.
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New report reveals positive outlook for industry, key insights into current trends and 2016 projection
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