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Communicators, Hipolitics

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The Hipolitics team is looking for highly talented communicators to join our Editorial Board in 2012. With the 2012 U.S. election just around the corner, Hipolitics will be the place where young people are generating news, information, and opinions in a hip and sophisticated fashion. We hope that you take this opportunity to share our announcement with your students (on your departmental listserve, for example). Students can learn more about the writing position and apply online at: www.hipolitics.com/contentfellow.

We would be happy to answer any queries that you may have about Hipolitics.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Best wishes,

Sam Davis
Managing Director

Andrew Michael Lee
Editorial Director

Grad Students: Ready for your Job Search?

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Grad Students: Ready for your Job Search?

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Career and Job Search Preparation for Graduate Students, CFAN / APS 5201, Spring 2012

Open to all graduate students; emphasis is on job search for non-academic careers.

The course helps students *prepare* for their job search (we recommend they take it a year or full semester before they graduate): employer research, networking, resume and interviewing skills.

One credit, S/N

The course description:
Career and Job Search Preparation for Graduate Students (APS / CFAN 5201), 5:15 P.M. - 06:30 P.M. , Tu(01/17/2012 - 05/04/2012), STPAUL.

Open to all University graduate students planning on non-academic careers. One credit, S/N. The purpose of this course is to understand and utilize the synergistic elements and tools of job search preparation and career development: self-awareness, job and employer research, relationship-building, self-marketing and strategic planning. The focus is primarily non-academic job search but some class content and work may be targeted to academic search and careers.

Feedback about our first job search class for graduate students was overwhelmingly positive.

- 100% of course evaluation respondents would recommend the course to other students.
- 100% of course evaluation respondents described the course as valuable or extremely valuable.

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