The Hunt for Career Services: Social Media Challenge Blog Clue #PennCSHunt

We’re excited to be on day 4 of The Hunt for Career Services: Social Media Challenge 2013.  If you’re reading this blog post, then you’ll earn an entry into the hunt with two simple steps – add a comment to this post and fill out our super short form (it should take 15 seconds to fill out)!

What kind of comment, you ask? Tell us your favorite Penn Career Services’ resource on our website, it can be anything.  Then, go to this form to give us your name and email address – so we can get in touch if you’re selected as the winner of our iPad mini! If you want to increase your odds of winning, check out our Facebook event with all the clues.


Author: Shannon Kelly

Shannon Kelly is the Job & Internship Coordinator in Career Services.

47 thoughts on “The Hunt for Career Services: Social Media Challenge Blog Clue #PennCSHunt”

  1. I like the career planning pages for students looking into pre-health, law, or veterinary care. It’s been a go-to for me since junior year of high school!

  2. Summer and career surveys, because they help give me an idea of what students have done in the past and reveal the wide array of possibilities for students with a similar experience

  3. My favorite Career Services Resource is the practice interview stream and access to Penn link!

    I really want that Ipad.

  4. What Can I Do With a Major In…? (and Resources by Career Field), which gives excellent insight into industry and companies hiring in my field of interest

  5. I like the career plan surveys as it is helpful to see what fields people are going into once they graduate and what they do with their major.

  6. I am in awe and love to visit the section on interviews and CV/resumes/cover letter writing to spruce up before a job!

  7. My favorite is the site with the “Resources by Career Field”, particularly the one on “Higher Education – Academic Careers (Faculty)”

  8. My favorite resource is the Penn Link site; it helps me keep track of the companies I’m interested in, when they’re on campus, what opportunities are available with them, and deadlines for applications as well as narrowing my search to opportunities I qualify for.

  9. I love the surveys on what alumni have done and what people have done over the summer, because it always gives me something new to look into, and know more about what opportunities there are out there for me – definitely broadens my visions!

    PennLink is also very useful because it helps me to identify the exact companies that I’m interested in, and when they will be on campus etc. – its a very organized system that helps students keep track of their deadlines.

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