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Guide to the Office of Career Services records
USDA_2014_02  
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Description
These records document the activities and resources offered by the Office of Career Services from the 1970s through 2014. The annual activities conducted by department Director, Linda Scales, are documented along with calendars, fliers, brochures, and job search resources offered to students. Planning materials for campus interview events are also included.
Background
The Career Counseling and Placement office was organized in 1974 to assist students with career planning. The office was headed by Brother Thomas Kane. By 1992, the Career Counseling and Placement Center was headed by two co-directors and one counselor. Among the functions of the Center were to publish an Alumni Career Network Directory, provide handouts of career information, and hold frequent workshops in resume writing, interviewing skills, and job search strategies. Additionally, the center offered an on-campus recruiting program to bring employers from different industries to interview students on campus.
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These records are open for research.