Whether you’re a recent graduate still looking for your first job in the field, a graduate looking for a change in position or company, or an established professional looking to hire more recent alumni, we’re here to help!
Never hesitate to contact your career and alumni services team:
Looking for a New Job Opportunity?
Already Like Your Job?
That’s great! Gallup.com reports that only 13% of employees feel engaged by their jobs, meaning, they feel a sense of passion for their work, a deep connection to their employer and they spend their days driving innovation and moving their company forward. Sometimes, though, engagement and happiness can decline if you do the same thing for too long. One of the best strategies for making sure that doesn’t happen is to take charge of your own professional development. Here are a few suggestions for continuously improving your skills:
- Learn something new about your work. Read blog articles, books, and magazines to stay up-to-date in your field. Attend a conference, meet-up or seminar. Take a class through your company, online, or through Centriq.
- Teach a class or professional development session. Pass on your expertise and share your passion for the subject.
- Mentor others. Connect with a “newbie.” Offer to mentor them and soak up some of their enthusiasm.
Don’t Like Your Job?
Unfortunately, this is not uncommon. Gallup found that 63% of workers are not engaged, meaning they are unhappy but not drastically so. In short, they’re checked out. They sleepwalk through their days, putting little energy into their work.
Sound familiar?Read More
The good news? You’ve graduated from Centriq and have a great set of technical skills that is highly desired by many employers! The not-so-good news? It can sometimes be difficult to make your qualifications stand out from a sea of nearly identical technical resumes.
Today it’s more important than ever to make it easy for potential employers to understand why YOU are the best candidate for the job. One way to do this is to supplement your traditional resume, cover letter, and LinkedIn profile with a video resume. Earlier this year, we implemented video resumes into our Business Communication class. We’ve already had several students who have reported getting an interview or being considered for a job based solely on that video resume!Read More
For many, November is a time to focus on thankfulness. After all, it’s the month when we celebrate Thanksgiving. On a daily basis, we are often so busy that it can be difficult to take the time to think about all in which we are grateful. However, we wanted to take a moment and share with you the top 5 things for which Centriq is thankful: