Tag Archives: Student advising

Landing Your First Grown-Up Job

LandingYourFirstJob

I am no expert on landing your first job, but I hope some of the things I have done so far will help me in the future. Throughout high school and college, people have told me to do so many different things in order to get the job I want someday. Here are (in my opinion) four of the best things to do to land your first job after graduation:

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How References Can Make a Difference

Mikayla Jankowski shares how building professional relationships can benefit students searching for jobs.

During an application process of any sort, most future employers ask for references. You want to be able to provide references that will give you a good recommendation because they know you and have seen what you are capable of. Some references I’ve received in the past were from professors I have had close relationships with or […]

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Here’s what you can expect with differential tuition

SGA Banner Regarding Differential Tuition at UW-Stevens Point

The Student Government Association (SGA) needs our voice in an upcoming differential tuition referendum that could reduce the time you wait for high-demand courses and improve student advising. What is differential tuition? The referendum, also called “The Pointer Partnership,” asks whether you would pay an extra $200 in tuition for services that could help students […]

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