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If it’s Tuesday at the Office of Academic Diversity Initiatives (OADI), students are probably gathering for lunch and learning how to make the most... Read more
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Approximately 2.5 million people work for the Federal government while many more (over 15 million) work for state and local governments.
No matter what your career plans are or where you are in your career development, there's something here for you. Across Cornell Career Services, we help students through the career development process: understanding your strengths, interests, and values; exploring the career options ahead of you; and taking action through developing job-search skills, and applying to graduate and professional school. We encourage you to become familiar with the wealth of career assistance available.
Career offices in the seven undergraduate colleges provide services tailored to the academic and career goals of students in the colleges. In Barnes Hall we offer counseling and programs open to all students—undergraduates as well as graduate students—to complement those in the college offices.
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