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To use the Career Center, all students first must submit a registration form.

You must sign your registration form. Your signature authorizes the Career Services Center to release your information to employers.

Fill out the registration sheet and bring it to the Career Services Office, Room 130, main floor of the Law Center to start your personal confidential file. A copy of the printed Registration Form can also be picked up in Room 130.

Getting a job depends on your academic credentials, your experience and your effort in making an individual job search. Although Career Services will help you at every step, the ultimate responsibility—your success or failure in getting a job—rests with you!

Finding your job may take more than just going through the on-campus interviewing process. It takes a large amount of time to develop a job search strategy and execute it. Some students say that it takes as much time as a 2-hour class. So leave time to work on your future.

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