Featured in the Field: Documentary Film Producer

Stephanie is a documentary film producer. After earning her undergraduate degree in Film and Video from Penn State, Stephanie left for California and worked in production for the “X Games” for three years. With a slow film production market and …

By Ashley Archangelo
Ashley Archangelo Customer Success Manager
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How To Build Music Into Your Next Career

Erin is a Composer and the Artistic Director of The Young Women Composers Camp. Based out of Philadelphia, Erin’s camp is for young females and non-binary children to learn music theory, composition, improvisation, and orchestration. By the end of each …

By Ashley Archangelo
Ashley Archangelo Customer Success Manager
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Featured in the Field: Working in Communications as a Project Manager

Mary is the Project and Communications Coordinator at WTJU 91.1FM, a variety formatted broadcast radio station in Charlottesville, VA. Although Mary has an “all hands on deck” role, her main responsibilities are producing a weekly news podcast called Soundboard as …

By Ashley Archangelo
Ashley Archangelo Customer Success Manager
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5 Ways Tutoring Will Amplify Your Financial & Professional Future

As you make your way through college, a common question you might ask yourself is what money-earning opportunity you can find to fill your time, your mind, and your wallet while also finishing your education. Luckily, as the world embraces …

By Maximilian Vanegas - WayUp
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3 Surprising Reasons You May Be Struggling to Find a Job

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You’re frustrated. You’ve made countless resume updates for dozens of job applications, freshened up your social profiles, created a fancy portfolio, and jazzed up your interview wardrobe. It’s been an exhausting cycle. After months …

By Val Matta - CareerShift
CareerShift
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Dare to Declare 2022

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Be inspired to declare your major!
Meet and greet UOG’s 30+ student organizations;
Listen to graduate testimonials;
Win raffle prizes;
And more!

By Tamar Celis
Tamar Celis Career Advising Specialist
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What Are Verbal Communication Skills?

If you’ve explained a difficult concept to a teammate or taught a friend about a project you’re working on, chances are you used verbal communication skills. These are the soft skills you use when talking to someone else. A person …

By Zoe Kaplan - Forage
Forage
Showcase your skills. Find your career fit.
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By Sallie McDonald
Sallie McDonald Program Coordinator IV, Certified Job & Career Development & Transition Coach
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TRiO SSS Open House: Learn more about this program for UOG students

University of Guam students who are interested in academic tutoring, advice on what classes to take, learning more about financial aid, and more, are encouraged to attend the upcoming virtual Open House events hosted by TRiO Student Support Services (SSS).

By Sallie McDonald
Sallie McDonald Program Coordinator IV, Certified Job & Career Development & Transition Coach
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Pacific Islander volunteers needed for COVID-19 study

Incentives of up to $75 are available for Pacific Islander volunteers willing to participate in an ongoing University of Guam–led study. The study, called the UOG RADx-UP: Protecting Life Project, seeks to learn more about Pacific Islanders’ knowledge and understanding …

By University of Guam
University of Guam
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