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Careers and Coffee #5: Educational Opportunities

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In this episode of Careers and Coffee, Liz and Dan start the morning off early talking about where you can find opportunities to advance your education, and how just because you're in one job doesn't mean you can't expand your skill set to move into another position. Watch on YouTube   Full Transcript: Dan Holterhaus 0:02 Okay, we're back. careers and coffee. The Morning Edition Liz Kennedy 0:07 of Morning Edition. Unknown Speaker 0:08 Good morning this Liz Kennedy 0:09 morning. It's very early. Dan Holterhaus 0:12 It is very early. We have busy days.

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Careers and Coffee #4: Writing a Strong Resume

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In this week's episode of Careers and Coffee, Josh joins Liz and Dan to discuss Resume writing, having a clear objective, and tailoring your resume to the specific job you are applying for. Oh, and don't forget about our amazing Resume Builder that can help you if you are stuck - you just need to create an account on Corridor Careers first. Show Notes: All our blogs about resumes are here.​ You can find resources about basic building blocks, keyword optimization and much more.

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Careers and Coffee #3: What to do when you have a gap in employment

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What do you do when you have a gap in employment? How do you network and have a plan to respond to employer questions? Re-entering the workforce can be tricky without the right tools. In this episode, Dan & Liz chat about a gap in employment and opportunities to bridge that gap.   [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hai5xJsEOsM&t=4s[/embed]   Full Transcript Dan Holterhaus 0:01 Good morning, everyone. Welcome back. This is part three careers and coffee. Liz and Dan. Liz are you drinking tea this morning?

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Careers & Coffee #2: Become a video game programmer?

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In this episode Dan & Liz answer a job seeker question about how to get into video game design or other very specialized job paths. They explore this question and share how job seekers can use the tools available to all in O*Net, the occupational database of the United States to determine what skills are needed and how you can take steps to get to the job you want. Read Transcript This page includes information from the O*NET Career Exploration Tools by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA). Used under the CC BY-ND 4.0 license.

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