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We have compiled a bank of helpful resources for your convenience for your search and preparation for your future career. Use the drop down menu to the left to search our different references of click on the link below that you wish to explore.

 

www.eRecruiting.com

If you are a junior, senior, graduate student, or alumnus you are encouraged to register with us via the eRecruiting network. eRecruiting is a product of Experience.com. It is currently being used by over 500 universities to track students and alumni and provide employers an opportunity to post employment opportunities and network with prospective employees. eRecruiting allows you to post your resume in a UTC Web Resume Book. Posting your resume will make it convenient for employers to access your information via the Internet when employment opportunities arise. Additionally, The Experience eRecruiting Network provides Local, Regional and National Job Listings. To access eRecruiting, click HERE.

 

 

www.CandidCareer.com

Use this resource to watch helpful videos of interviews to explore different career options. You can search videos by industry, career title, college major or keywords. Candid Career Videos is useful for gaining valuable insight into different fields of business. View career advice from industry professionals at your convenience! To access Candid Career, click HERE.

 

 

www.CareerSpots.com

Watch videos to learn what you need to know before, during and after job interviews! Learn invaluable information directly from fellow students, recent graduates, and employers as they respond to questions that real students have. You can follow the link below to their site to learn more. To access Career Spots, click HERE.

 

 

Perfect Interview

Want to impress employers and beat the competition? Perfect Interview™ can show you how! Loaded with over 1,500 interview questions and answers, Perfect Interview™ puts you in the ultimate "hot seat" and hits you with compelling interview questions you must answer on the spot. Learn to "think on your feet" quickly and effectively because it feels like you're really in an interview.

 

 

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