This highly approachable, graphics-intensive book helps students understand what they need to do throughout their college experience to build the skills necessary to ultimately achieve success in the job interview process. Key skills are defined that students should begin building now, through academics, extracurricular activities, and relevant work experience, to maximize their career opportunities. Combining clear and immediate directions on developing these skills with examples and interviews with recruiting executives, this texts gives students the tools to use their college experiences for job success in the future.
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Pat O'Brien launched Making College Count an organization committed to helping students excel in college and leverage their experiences into truly rewarding careers. A business professional consultant author and gifted speaker O'Brien combines the ability to talk to students with the practical business and recruiting experience he acquired in holding top management positions with two Fortune 500 companies. His first book Knowing Where You're Going has over 100000 copies in print. His second book the critically acclaimed Making College Count was a regional bestseller. It is the basis for the Internet's most comprehensive college success web site and is the subject of a national presentation program that will reach over 250000 students this year.
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Book Description South-Western Educational Publishing. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: New. 0324015402 NEW HAWAII AND ALASKA CUSTOMERS PLEASE USE PRIORITY SHIPPING SHIPS 2 BUS DAYS. Bookseller Inventory # SKU1027130
Book Description South-Western Educational Publishing, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0324015402