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  • 1. The Career Service Peer Advisor Team was more than helpful when I went in to visit. KulsumLalani (left) was nice enough to sit down and talk to me about the importance of continuouslybuilding a resume. “Most people make the mistake of thinking a resume is a one time ordeal.However what they don’t realize is that a resume needs to be constantly worked on andupdated. Here at Career Services we help students do just that,” Lalani said.
  • 2. Never underestimate the power of hard work. A good work ethic and transcript can get you along way. University of Connecticut junior Holly Carpino, (photographed left) is seen workinghard on the third floor of Homer Babbidge library. Long hours in the library have helpedCarpino earn a GPA above 3.5 the past two semester and she is now enjoying the benefits ofan internship this upcoming summer.
  • 3. The InterviewA key component to earning asummer job is dressing wellfor the interview. Kyle Burns(left) and Nogs Largier (right)both dress appropriately foron campus interviews in thisphoto, in an attempt to earnsummer jobs.
  • 4. Doing Well In The InterviewCatching up with UCONN seniorsNick Bosse (left) and Tim Zubrinsky(right), they assured me that themost important component ofnailing an interview was beingsociable. “The key is to just beyourself and be outgoing. Interviewsare a lot of pressure but its easier ifyou don’t think of it that way. I try tothink of it as just anotherconversation I would have with afriend,” said Zubrinsky.
  • 5. Getting The OfferAndrew Verbeke (left) recentlywas offered and accepted aninternship to work in Belgiumthis summer. As a politicalscience major it has always beenVerbeke’s dream to spend time inBelgium.