Month: August 2020

BRIDGING THE NETWORKING GAP TO GET HIRED

Next week is Thanksgiving, which marks the beginning of holiday festivities that will carryus through the New Year. The upcoming holidays, and the many gatherings that typicallyoccur, present a good opportunity to evaluate your networking approach and find ways to getstarted or improve in this area. Developing a network is […]

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OUR 10-STEP HOLIDAY CHECKLIST TO LAUNCH YOUR CAREER

The end of the calendar year usually means a little well-earned relaxation. Students wrap upthe fall semester – putting exams, papers, and projects behind them – and many youngprofessionals will have some time to recuperate as well. While it’s great to enjoy some timerelaxing with family and friends, and to […]

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MAXIMUM NEW OPPORTUNITIES TO LAUNCH YOUR CAREER

The New Year is filled with new opportunities, and many college students and graduates arekicking off 2020 with new classes, capstone internships, and full-time jobs. These newexperiences are exciting, and each provides an opportunity for strategic students andgraduates to effectively maximize the outcomes in order to position themselves for careersuccess.At […]

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THE CHANGES OF JOB SEEKING

A job search sometimes feels like a juggling act, and keeping the balls in the air – includingjob-search tasks, as well as the continuing demands of school/work and day-to-day living –can oftentimes feel like a struggle. For neurodiverse individuals, the thought of embarkingon a job search can be overwhelming, as […]

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TAILORING YOUR INTERVIEW PREP FOR SPECIFIC COMPANIES AND ROLES

Interviewing is a vital component of any job search process, and a successful interview isoftentimes the final step needed to clinch employment. While there are certainly ways togenerally bolster interview skills – at Early Stage Careers we work with clients on ofinterview preparation – it’s also vital to tailor your […]

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A PARENTS PERSPECTIVES

What has been your experience with Early Stage Careers?In a word, extraordinary. The week that jobless claims surged by 3.28million, the largest weekly increase in history, it seemed like business asusual for the Early Stage Careers team. Of course, you acknowledged thatCOVID-19 would hold significant implications, but, your message wasdelivered […]

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CONTRIBUTION TO YOUR COMMUNITY

During the COVID 19 pandemic, Early Stage Careers strongly encouragesclients to find ways to contribute time and talent to organizations that needhelp. Volunteerism provides an avenue to make a real, positive impact in atime of crisis. It’s also a way to be productive, expand your horizons andnetwork, and apply your […]

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CORONA VIRUS COVID 19 RESPONSE

These unprecedented times mean immediate changes for everyone – be itseparation from family, friends, peers, professors, roommates, collegiateinfrastructure, and work colleagues; or getting used to living and workingunder one roof with family and/or roommates.While the health issues presented by the pandemic are of the utmostconcern, the massive projected impact on […]

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Early Careerists: Stay the Course

The current Covid-19 pandemic has had major implications for young job seekers. Manyearly careerists have returned home amidst the outbreak and are adjusting to a new normal –some are completing educational requirements online and adjusting to life surrounded byfamily; others may be relaunching after losing a job early in their […]

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EARLY STAGE CAREER

For job-searching students and graduates alike, the COVID-19 crisis hascreated an unprecedented situation. Businesses continue to grapple withunanticipated logistic and economic challenges, as permanent staff adjustto remote teamwork and the economy slows.The bountiful job market of just about two months ago has beentransformed into a job market characterized by unknowns. […]

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1. Benefits of an Internship

An internship is a hands-on way to learn new skills at a company or organizationrather than in a classroom. Internships are a great opportunity for high schoolstudents, recent high school graduates, college students, and even adults lookingto explore a career change.Completing an internship can expose you to the workplace, letting […]

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IS JUNK FOOD ALWAYS BAD TO EAT?

These times is ruled by fast food shops and demand for these kind of food is highest by the youth of the society. The reason could be late working hours, laziness, and change in taste preferences. The growing popularity of fried and unhealthy food is remarkable. The reason why some […]

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Photoshop

When I mentioned this word there might come two thoughts in your mind according to the height of knowledge you have regarding this topic. The beginners would call it basically a platform used for photo-editing or making posters maybe. But the one who has an ample amount of knowledge in […]

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Medicine Around Us

We all know the popular saying “Health is Wealth”. Here health means both mental and physical health along with social well being. “It is health which is real wealth and not piece of gold and silver ” said Mahatma Gandhi. The cure for all diseases are present in and around […]

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8,363 projects, with an anticipated cost of Rs 5.88 lakh crore, have been kick-started in the Oil and Gas sector since 20th April this year;

Oil & Gas industry has kick-started economic activities/projects, numbering 8,363 with an anticipated cost of Rs 5.88 lakh crore which resumed progressively since 20.04.2020, following all pandemic related SOP. These projects of Oil & Gas CPSEs & JV/Subsidiaries, inter-alia, include Refinery projects, Bio Refineries, E&P Projects, Marketing infrastructure projects, Pipelines, CGD projects, drilling/survey activities.  […]

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Webinar on Assessing R&D Needs & Development of Import Substitute in Farm Machineries for MSMEs

Prof.(Dr.) Harish Hirani, Director, CSIR-CMERI, Durgapur, Shri R.K. Parmar, Deputy Director, MSME-DI, Ludhiana and Shri Baldev Singh, Chairman, Punjab State Agriculture Implements conversed upon redirecting R&D course for bolstering Import Substitution in Farm Machineries at an engaging Webinar held on 25th August 2020. Prof.(Dr.) Harish Hirani, Director, CSIR-CMERI, Durgapur, gave a […]

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Dr. Harsh Vardhan digitally addressed 35th National Eye Donation fortnight celebrations

Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare digitally addressed the 35thNational Eye Donation fortnight celebrationsand presided over the interactive webinar organised by AIIMS, New Delhi and the National Eye bank. Reminding everyone that the National Blindness and Visual Impairment Survey 2019, jointly conducted by AIIMS (Delhi) and the […]

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Glendale Community College

Education has the power to inspire growth and change lives. Since 1965 Glendale Community College has welcomed over 500,000 students as they worked towards graduating with two-year degrees, transferring to a university, completing new career training, or finishing an occupational certificate.  LocationsMain Campus 6000 W Olive Ave, Glendale, AZ 85302(623) […]

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Central Arizona College

  About Central Central Arizona College opened its doors in 1969 to bring higher education to Pinal County. CAC serves and educates the diverse communities of Pinal County. From students of Hispanic and Native American descent to participants in the lifelong learners program, the institution’s diverse college community values the […]

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