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Independent Job Search Class

Monday, December 1st, 2008

Wondering how you can locate a job in a challenging economy? Then, you might want to consider taking the Independent Job Search Class at the Ford Library which will allow you to:

  • find articles on a particular company
  • find industry reports
  • locate market research.
  • create a customized list of companies using variables such as geographic location, annual sales, industry, etc.
  • Beginning 12/3 at 10am and 2pm, the classes will be held in the Ford Library Database Resources Room.

    Some of the databases covered will include ABI-Inform, Factiva, MarketLine and Onesource, plus a look at Vault, Wetfeet, and others. This class is designed for students who have not taken the basic library database class.

    To register, click here. Note, space is limited.

    Sign Up for Database Training Classes!

    Thursday, August 7th, 2008

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    Every Wednesday at 10am and 2pm during the Term, our Reference Librarians will hold classes in our Data Resources Room to help you learn to use our research databases.

    Knowing how to use these resources will give you a critical advantage in both your classwork and your job search.

    One of the most frequent comments we hear from second years, usually about 2 weeks before graduation, is “I wish I had known about these resources earlier”.

    So don’t wait until just before you’re graduating — sign up today!*
    * enter your FuquaWorld ID and password to access registration

    We look forward to seeing you soon, and please let us know if you have any questions about the classes.