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While a resume demonstrates your qualifications, a cover letter helps you demonstrate your “fit” with an institution. Start by researching your potential employer including a review of their mission statement.
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The next time you receive feedback in the workplace consider this: To compete against the most educated and experienced professionals in higher ed, jobseekers need to have soft skills (and the references to back them up).
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Balancing work, family, and self-care is physically and emotionally challenging. Involving others in overseeing care needs can help alleviate stress.
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Whether you are a candidate for a staff or faculty position, if your are qualified, the position you seek is essentially yours to lose. The following interview techniques and tips can help you move from candidate to employee.
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Successfully incorporating different perspectives into your workflow is essential in today’s higher education workplace. Here are some simple ways to connect with your peers and to establish successful working relationships in a diverse environment.
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Get expert career advice from the authors of the "Academic Job Search Handbook," who will discuss the interview process for faculty positions.
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Get expert career advice from the authors of the "Academic Job Search Handbook," who will discuss the application process, learning about job openings, and preparing CVs, cover letters, and other application materials.
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Learn s strategy-based tool for increasing conditions for taking charge and thriving in your academic and leadership career goals.
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Learn the 4 basic patterns of bias and provide concrete tips successful women have used to effectively navigate workplaces shaped by subtle bias.
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Get expert career advice from the authors of the "Academic Job Search Handbook," who will discuss the application process, learning about job openings, and preparing CVs, cover letters, and other application materials.

 
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