Creative Application Materials

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Feb
2016
Posted By : Dana Nordyke 0 Comment
Categories :Uncategorized

Applicants are pulling out all the stops in an attempt to stand out to recruiters. I have personally viewed resumes printed in plexiglass, a wooden resume cube with pull out drawers (each containing experiences), resumes that fold in many different ways, video resumes, and a resume made...

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Technology Post – Let the Tweeting Begin

30

Nov
2015
Posted By : Erin Wolfram 0 Comment
Categories :Uncategorized

KACE is once again having a Twitter competition that begins today! Each time you Tweet using the #KACE15 hashtag between now and 11:59 p.m., Thursday, December 3rd, your name will be entered into a drawing for an Amazon gift card! The winner will be announced at the...

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Be Ready to Get to Know Your Client’s Gremlin

04

Nov
2015
Posted By : Angela Hayes 0 Comment
Categories :Uncategorized

We all have negative self talk that goes on in our heads. It can be very helpful to name the self-talk that clients “hear” and to help them figure out when they are hearing that negative voice in their heads that’s telling them that they can’t do...

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KACE Conference – What you still have time to do and why I’m excited about the conference

04

Nov
2015
Posted By : Erin Wolfram 0 Comment
Categories :Uncategorized

Okay, I usually post about technology, but as a member of the KACE Board and 2015 conference committee, I feel I need to post about the upcoming conference even though you are probably tired of getting my conference emails by now! The conference is less than one...

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Have we met?

20

Oct
2015
Posted By : Brandi Wriedt 0 Comment
Categories :Member Spotlights

For the past 10 months I have been introducing you to various members of KACE.  Now, it’s time for you to put a face with a name.  My name is Brandi Wriedt, Career Coordinator at Truman State University.  In addition to helping all students that walk through...

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Does Your Reputation Match Your Brand?

13

Oct
2015
Posted By : Katie Sawyer 0 Comment
Categories :Branding

The true test of a brand is its reputation among consumers. A company’s branding efforts mean little if the consumer doesn’t believe the claims. McDonald’s would have a hard time convincing its customer base it builds its menu items first and foremost on calorie count and overall...

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Technology Tool of the Month: emaze presentation software

06

Oct
2015
Posted By : Erin Wolfram 0 Comment
emazetemplates
Categories :Technology Tools

Looking for a way to liven up your presentations? Emaze might be the answer! Emaze is a web-based presentation program that allows you to create slideshows, videos, and 3D presentations with ready to use creative templates that resemble such things as a newspaper, film strip, map and...

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Branding Yourself for Graduate School

30

Sep
2015
Posted By : Katie Sawyer 0 Comment
Categories :Branding

By Katie Sawyer, McPherson College Career Services Director Many people assume personal branding is only for the working world. Students who are planning to move from undergraduate work to graduate or professional-level studies don’t need to worry about establishing a brand or setting themselves apart from the...

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The Lovely, Kelsey Ploeger

21

Sep
2015
Posted By : Brandi Wriedt 0 Comment
Categories :Uncategorized

I would like to take the time to introduce you to the energetic, Kelsey Ploeger.  She is an Assistant Director at the University Career Center at KU.  In this role she functions in a career counseling role and serves as the liaison to the School of Education...

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Empower Your Client by Focusing on Their Strengths

14

Sep
2015
Posted By : Angela Hayes 0 Comment
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     Empower Your Clients by Focusing on Their Strengths People have a tendency to direct their attention to their weaknesses. As a career coach, one of our jobs is to shine a light on clients’ strengths. Helping clients identify their areas of strength can make a big...

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