Career centers see more students and fewer recruiters in tight job market
The recession is forcing job-seeking seniors — and the colleges that are trying to help them — to refine their strategies, according to a Chronicle of Higher Education story. Bill Hiss ’66, vice president for external affairs who oversees the College’s Office of Career Services, has worked with Bates’ traveling fundraisers to ensure that alums in business are asked if their firms have job openings. [More…]
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