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College Networking Timetable

If you hope to parley your college accomplishments into a job after graduation, be smart about networking with professors and internship employers. Make a personal timetable and set goals throughout the academic year. If you get great letters of recommendation and contacts at the right time it can help you get a job when you really need one. Here are some important guidelines to follow to get the jump on your competition.

Posted: 12/20/07