Month: February 2020

Trends In Networking: Expanding Your Mindset

Many of us tend to think of networking as only something that you do at events that are labeled “networking events.” This is one view of networking, but it is actually much more. The trend in networking is to expand your thinking and consider networking as something that you do on […]

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Resume Hacks: The Time-Saving Magic of Tab Stops

We’ve all been there—messing around with countless settings in Google Drive or Word trying to make the resume look just right. Especially when it comes to aligning locations and dates to the right margin, it can seem like a delicate balance of not-too-many tabs and just enough taps on the space bar. […]

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Success Stories

MAS Un Limited (Simply Dump It) Congratulations to Mel and Suzanne Lulay of MAS Un Limited for the success of their product “Simply Dump It ” (pivoting wheelbarrow handles). With the help of the SBDC’s Capital Access Team, Mel and Suzanne secured a loan through Business Oregon’s Entrepreneurial Development Loan Fund, a loan […]

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What is Craft Beer?

By Joel Hueston As a brewery consultant, the question I get most frequently is, “Hey, what is craft beer anyway? What’s the definition?” It’s a really good question. The answer is subjective, and I certainly have my own opinions. I decided to do some digging and analysis to see if […]

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Health Studies Career Night, February 15 2017

Prepared by Alexandra Jones, CAS Career Advising Team Assistant Did you miss the Health Studies Career Night, but are still interested in the information provided? Well, although you did miss the opportunity to directly communicate and network with professionals working in what may be your future career field, this blog […]

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For 2nd Year in a Row, UVM Secures Top Spot as Best Online Digital Marketing Program

UVM’s Digital Marketing Fundamentals program continues to be the highest ranking online digital marketing certificate program by BestDegreesMarketing.org. The website ranks the 20 best online digital marketing certificate programs and was established to provide research and insight into current marketing education. UVM secured the number one spot two years in a row, […]

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Five Tips for Job References

The praise or criticism of your references can influence whether you are offered a position.  It is therefore important to consider these tips: *Think about who you ask: You may want to ask a friend or family member that you have known personally.  However, it is important to ask those that KNOW YOUR WORK. For example: a former […]

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Avoid these Words in your Resume

Getting your resume right is the most critical step of getting the job you’re targeting. It gives a detailed information not only about your educational and professional but also about your personality, which is the reason why several job aspirants don’t even get a response from the prospective employers despite […]

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How Playing Dungeons & Dragons Helped My Career

This blog was written by DU student Hannah Renea Bumgarner and originally appeared on HerCampus.com on January 31, 2018. The return of the liberal arts. The lack of soft skills. Employees who are content experts, but unable to work in groups and think dynamically or creatively.  The T-Shaped learner. These conversations are happening […]

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Where The Mind Is Without Fear

Where the mind is without fear and the head is held highWhere knowledge is freeWhere the world has not been broken up into fragmentsBy narrow domestic wallsWhere words come out from the depth of truthWhere tireless striving stretches its arms towards perfectionWhere the clear stream of reason has not lost […]

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