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Etiquette Tip of the Week: The Fall of Your Career

“Margaret are you grieving over Goldengrove unleaving?” So begins Gerard Manley Hopkins’ classic poem, “Spring and Fall.” Which brings to mind, if you are in the “Fall” of your career, it’s time to do a little “unleaving” with your resume. As you grow in your experience, peel off prior experiences from your resume, that the […]

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The Educational Opportunity Tax Credit

The Educational Opportunity Tax Credit reimburses Maine workers for student loan payments for those who earn a degree at a Maine school and continue to live and work here after graduation. Find out more here: https://www.liveandworkinmaine.com/opportunity-maine/

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Engaged Black Bear

What is the Engaged Black Bear Initiative? The Engaged Black Bear (EBB) is an innovative digital badging initiative, created to aid the University of Maine in meeting its vision to become the “most distinctively student-centered and community engaged of all the American Research Universities.” EBB Learning Pathway digital badges were created to engage undergraduate students […]

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GoinGlobal – Jobs here, there and everywhere!

GoinGlobal offers access to international career resources including world-wide job openings, internship listings, industry profiles, and country-specific career information. Students and alumni may access GoinGlobal through CareerLink! GoinGlobal is brought to you by: Career Center The Dean’s Office of the Division of Student Life Maine Business School Office of International Programs

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Federal Government Career Information Tools

Here are two tools to discover jobs that college graduates can apply for with the federal government. The first is the USA Jobs YouTube video on “Finding and Applying for Jobs in the Federal Government” and the second is a student favorite, Federal Jobs by College Major. The last job aid basically gives you the […]

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