On-campus jobs opportunities found through Handshake
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On-campus jobs opportunities found through Handshake

A little extra money is not something that many college students would easily pass up. A bank account is like the top of an hourglass: slowly but surely, it drains away. Many students would be interested in a job, and even better if it’s on…

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Students respond to changes to the CEO
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Students respond to changes to the CEO

Since the last school year, the Center for Career Engagement and Opportunity (CEO) has undergone significant changes: several new staff members, a new online career service called Handshake and a new paint job (with further renovations to come). Some students have reported concern about the…

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CEO launches Handshake
Photo courtesy of Lisandra Jimenez, Assistant Director of Career Readiness & Employability The CEO launched Handshake on Monday, Oct. 22 at 11 a.m. in the Hamilton "Ham" Center, in coordination with the cafeteria's re-opening after Fall Break renovations.

CEO launches Handshake

For many New College students whose college careers are nearing the finish line, the question, “So, what are you doing after graduation?” is enough to incite instant panic. With Handshake, the Center for Engagement and Opportunity (CEO) hopes to help with this pre-graduation anxiety. The…

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CEO creates one-on-one mentorship program

The New College Center for Engagement and Opportunity (CEO) has recently created a one-on-one mentoring program that facilitates interaction between current students and recent alumni. The program is called the NovoNetwork. The goal of the program is to allow alumni to get involved with New…

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Internship opportunities offered in Tallahassee

Internship Coordinator Andrea Knies partnered with the Provost’s Office, who celebrated Constitution Day with free cake, bumper stickers, and voting registration forms, to inform students about the Tallahassee off-campus study program offered in the spring. While the Young Democrats and the cake table competed with…

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