Free job-search books available from CAPS
A series of four books designed to guide graduating seniors to first jobs and careers will be available free to students who attend a Recruitment Orientation meeting offered by Career & Placement Services (CAPS). The session will be offered at 4 p.m. Monday, Oct. 10, and again at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct 11, in the north lounge of Reynolds Club. Students who wish to participate in 1994-95 on-campus recruiting or the CAPS resume-referral service are required to attend at one of these times.
Students who attend either session will receive the four-book 1994-95 Job Choices series, which includes Planning Job Choices: 1995, a how-to guide that explains the job-search process, from choosing and planning a career to finding a graduate school.
The other three books, Job Choices in Business, Job Choices in Science & Engineering and Job Choices in Healthcare, offer articles on careers and career preparation in selected areas. Each book also contains detailed descriptions of specific employers seeking college graduates. Descriptions include such information as the types of job opportunities available within a company, the company's various locations, typical benefits offered, and a name, address and telephone number for first contact with each company.
For more information on these and other CAPS programs, call 702-7040.