7 Reasons to Visit the CPDC

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Hi there, it’s us! The Nichols Career and Professional Development Center, or better known as the CPDC. You’ve probably walked past us a hundred times on your way into the Fels Student Center (we’re Room 201, it’s hard to miss), …

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Networking — Why Follow Up?

Why you follow up

You did it! You went to the career fair, you passed out your resume and business cards, had a few conversations, and now you’re done. But, are you really? One crucial part of career and job fairs comes after you’ve …

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How to Stand Out at a Career Fair

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Career fairs, the perfect place to find the job of your dreams — alongside several hundred other eager job seekers. What can you do to prevent your face from blending in with the other candidates that visited the table? Make …

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Employer Relations Corner: Summer 2018 Spotlight

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Greetings,

Our Career and Professional Development Center (CPDC) Team is gearing up for another exciting academic year here at Nichols College. With our annual Employer Relations Corner, we hope to share a bit about what is happening in our community, …

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Nichols College Students: On-Campus Student Employment Opportunity (Work Study) Process Overview & Application Form

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On-Campus Student Employment

Process Overview & Application Form (Required)
Nichols College On-Campus Student Employment Process Overview

We encourage students to apply to all positions they are interested in as positions are not guaranteed/fill up quickly. All positions are active the …

By Jenna Parker
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Calling All Teachers!

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Are you a teacher looking to help better the community you are in? If so, Teach Western Mass is the company for you.

Our Vision:

Here in Western Massachusetts, we’ve been working hard to improve our schools—but we need to …

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