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Congratulations! You made it through the job search, writing the cover letter, and developing the resume. Now how do you ensure the employer sees you as the qualified and capable future employee you are, not as a candidate with a disability?
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A flexible work schedule is the cornerstone of your work-life balance. Read on for tips to help negotiate flexible arrangements during the on-boarding process.
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Are you in need of accommodations in the workplace due to a disability? Do you know what steps to take in order to get the process started? Disclosure is the first and sometimes the most difficult step.
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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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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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Learn more about academic culture, prepare for interviews, and hone your skills for success as a staff or faculty member.
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Thinking about teaching in a community college or just mildly curious? This webinar is for you. Learn more about the two-year college job search from finding the right job to the application process to interviewing.
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Get essential tips and advice for being a professor and a roadmap to campus interviews for faculty positions.
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Get an insider's view as to who gets hired for academic positions in the sciences at teaching institutions and how applicants can prepare.
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Faculty recruits are often tasked with making presentations on their specialized fields when coming before search committees.

 
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