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Career Resources: At a Glance

Resources for Students and Alumni Seeking to Advance Their Careers

• Phoenix Career Services: This tool offers valuable resources for new and current students looking to develop a clear career plan throughout their education. The tool also provides critical assistance to help students identify their career path by completing a series of assessments through My Career Plan. It helps them look for professional opportunities, prepare for interviews, explore ways to achieve career advancement, research different jobs in a chosen field, and browse jobs by high-growth area.

Students can browse résumé templates geared to different professional fields and create and store different résumés for different employers or jobs. They are also able to practice with the interview prep tools that allow them to record themselves in a mock interview and search thousands of job opportunities from some of America’s leading employers actively recruiting University of Phoenix students and graduates. http://portal.phoenix.edu/career.html

• After graduation, a variety of helpful career resources are available through the University of Phoenix Alumni website. These resources are available to University of Phoenix students and alumni and include the Alumni Employment Board, U.S. Job Banks, Career Management, Résumé Guidance, Professional Associations, and Journal of Leadership Studies. http://alumni.phoenix.edu/

Looking for Information, Expert Advice, and Articles?

Phoenix Focus: This magazine offers a variety of useful information through its career articles, alumni profiles, and business directories. http://www.phoenixfocus.com/archives/

Making Connections Through Online Networking

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