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  • A Message from Career Services

    Career Services BuildThis time of year, life and work seem to get busier.  It feels harder to concentrate and be present to our day-to-day activities.  Under expectations heavy and large, whether in a job or job seeking, we may struggle to practice “sustainability” – that is, keeping a work/life balance that feels sustainable and manageable.  Rushing through lunch, stationing ourselves in front of a computer for too long to be productive, or feeling like we don’t have the time to connect with others at work or at home.

    This morning I was listening to an interview with the person who coordinates the logistics of polling stations across the U.S. for the current election. He managed to laugh a few times when speaking about the variety of highly significant things that go wrong each year without fail. It reminded me that a sense of humor can usually help our frame of mind.  Perhaps this is a reminder to take a mental “step back” for a moment.  Is your current stressor something that isn’t actually so urgent in the grand scheme of things? Is there something bothering you that eventually you may laugh about?  Choose to share a chuckle with a colleague today, leave your office and step outside for a deep breath, or even take a moment now to stretch your arms and smile. Sometimes it’s hard to remember that life is much bigger than a busy day at work.

    Career Services offers support to our alumni who may be seeking a change. Whether a change of perspective, position, employer or career path, we are here to assist you. Below you will find a list of career services we offer to alumni:

    • 3 one-on-one advising appointments per year
    • Access to the Redhawk Network, a database of employers and job postings
    • Involvement in career fairs and other professional networking events

    Visit Career Services to get more details and register for relevant events today!

     

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