Job Search Tips For New Graduates

If you are in Texas, or don’t mind moving there, you can apply on the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services website here. If you are still in college, and this is something you might want to do, it might be a great idea to get some volunteer experience first. You might try volunteering with Hospice or your local hospital.

Your old college or university’s career center is equipped to help more than just recent grads. They might be able to help you find some job leads, even if it’s been years since you graduated.

Think about the type of program that you are interested in studying. Whether you are looking for a structured or flexible curriculum, a practical or theoretical emphasis on study, or how much of an emphasis you would like based on research can help you to narrow down your choices.

Special cooking camps will be held again by Martin’s Supermarket in Granger, Indiana. “This is the third year that the store has held these camps for kids.”The parents really have liked this because the kids learn a practical skill and have fun,” said Cindy Kaplan, Public Relations for Martin’s Supermarkets. A parent of cook campers agrees.

From the consumer’s side, a trip to a restaurant is a place to go to be pleased, to have someone else cook for them and to have a professional work with the spices to create a dish they will like. Having salt on the table isn’t satisfactory to most of them because they feel like they are not getting what they paid for.

You should also consider your skills. In what courses did you do your best? What jobs did you perform really well in? What major did those courses or jobs prepare you for? You should know your academic strengths and weaknesses. Maybe you’re a strong writer, a natural scientist, or a computer whiz. Choosing majors that support your strengths and talents will set you up for success instead of frustration.

Talk with your advisors and check out your college’s course catalog. There is a lot of information you can find regarding required courses and other major related specifics. Use the resources available to you so that you can remain well-informed throughout the decision making process.

Movie Magic Camp will be held from August 2-6 from 9:00am-11:00a.m. Ages: 3rd-5th grade is invited to participate. Join Chef April Howell for food and fun centered favorite children’s movies. Favorites being cooked up will be from Ratatouille, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Shrek, and more!