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We reached out to hundreds of business and HR professionals to help you get into the mind of an employer. Trisha, Social Engagement Manager and Account Director of Technology for Social Impact at Microsoft®, shared why problem-solving is one of her top recommended skills to prepare for the ever-changing job landscape.
Problem-solving is just one of the essential skills, also known as soft or transferable skills, that we infuse into every course and program. At Rasmussen College, our career-focused programs are designed specifically for what employers are looking for in a candidate.
An effective interview can be key to the start of a successful career opportunity. We reached out to Katrina, president of KNow Research, a full-service, female-driven, qualitative research consultant company, for her advice on preparing for your next interview.
At Rasmussen College, our dedicated Career Services team has a variety of tools and resources and will help you manage your job search, including updating your resume, performing mock interviews, creating a portfolio and more.
You never know what can inspire a new path on your career journey—meeting someone new, a job promotion, finding a new passion or a major life experience. La Juana, executive director at Jeremiah Program – Minneapolis/St. Paul, encourages all of us to embrace these changes and see where they can take you.
At Rasmussen College, we continuously look for opportunities to improve curriculum or create new courses and trainings in order to fill the ever-changing needs of the job market. Our career-focused, innovative programs are made to help you go as far as you dream to go.
What better way to know what employers are looking for than to seek the advice of a recruiter? Jessica, a recruiter at Bergankdv, gave one of her top tips to help professionals like you learn what you can do at your organization to help your career continue to evolve.
You can pursue your career with confidence at Rasmussen College. Our programs are designed to help students get the skills they need to pursue their goals, whether they seek growth within their organization or start a new career.
Once you find a job that you qualify for on paper, how can you not only stand out, but also succeed? According to Sarah, Senior Account Director at IN Connected Marketing, having abilities like critical thinking are essential to her organization.
At Rasmussen College, we have made transferable skills, also known as soft skills, a priority in every single course in every program. These crucial abilities transcend program or credential and position our students for success as they develop and build their careers.
Can your employer trust you? Ethical behavior may seem obvious, but it’s an essential skill that employers everywhere are looking for in potential candidates, and it’s important to familiarize yourself with it as much as any skill. For Chief Executive Officer Stephanie at Dress for Success Twin Cities, professional responsibility is at the top of her list.
Ethics and professional responsibility are critical to every industry, which is why at Rasmussen College, we incorporate this transferable skill into every program. Develop your abilities and behavior to impact a greater good in the world and workplace.
You have your credentials and your resume all ready to go; it’s time to start your job search. You might be nervous about the process, but keep Jessica’s interview tips in mind. As a business owner, you have the opportunity to get firsthand advice from an experienced professional.
By earning a degree, you’re already showing your potential employer that you are someone who pursues personal development and strives to improve themselves. Our dedicated Career Services team will also help you build your confidence for your next job interview through mock job interviews, interview prep, resume writing and more.
We reached out to hundreds of business professionals to get experienced insight into the mind of an employer. Erik, president of The Stone Table, is a natural leader with extensive experience in business. With a mind for promoting successful teams, he looks for employees with strong teamwork abilities to make his organization’s positive results possible.
Transferable skills, such as teamwork, are essential in order to flourish in a 21st-century world, academic setting and workplace. That’s why at Rasmussen College, we’ve infused these essential skills within our curriculum. Let someone know that you support their career goals by encouraging them to enroll with us.
Not only does Kay’La have experience as a recruiter, but, at Scribe America, they make it a priority to stay on top of the latest healthcare technology and information. She was kind enough to share her knowledge of what she looks for in a candidate and explained why she feels communication is not only vital as a skill, but how it affects a variety of sought-after skills.
Communication can manifest anywhere, which is why at Rasmussen College, we have made it a priority to replicate realistic workplace situations and ready-to-use practice into every program. As you advance your programmatic skills, so will you also advance your transferable skills.
As the Director of Career Services at Rasmussen College, Elizabeth provides a unique perspective not only as a member of our hardworking Career Services team, but also as someone who regularly has to hire employees. Take a look at some of her top expert tips and what “career-readiness” means to her.
When a student commits to Rasmussen College, we commit to their education every step of the way. From library and learning services, career guidance and career services support to student advisors and experienced faculty, we have built our institution on dedicated team members to give our students the support they need. Online or on-campus, you can always find someone cheering on your success.