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CLA Career Services offers many ways for you to connect with College of Liberal Arts students.
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GoldPASS is the U of M's job-posting website. Use it to post full-time and part-time jobs, internships, or volunteer positions for thousands of students to see. You can also use GoldPASS to access student resumes (if the student uploaded a resume). For more information about GoldPASS, review the User's Guide located here. If you need help preparing your position listing for GoldPASS, follow the details listed here (Word document).
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Translating A Liberal Arts Education Into Language Employers Understand by Paul Timmins, Director of CLA Career Services
Students are often deterred from a degree in liberal arts, causing students and parents alike concern about the value of a liberal arts degree in terms of employment. Employers, however, value liberal arts degrees now more than ever. Paul Timmins, Director of CLA Career Services, examines the disconnect and how to help CLA students see the career opportunities that a liberal arts degree can provide.
The Ethical Implications of Using Facebook to Assess Job Applicants (PDF)
Some employers use Facebook to screen applicants during the recruiting process. Employers may wish to consider the related ethical implications. Beth Lory, CLA Employer Relations Coordinator, analyzed this topic in a paper published by the NACE Journal (National Association of Colleges and Employers).
CONTACT US: Feel free to contact Employer Relations staff with any questions.
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