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Gardner-Webb University gives students the opportunity to earn a well-rounded liberal arts education, while also helping them develop career skills through a series of specialized events, held at various times throughout the year. The University’s Office of Career Development is planning a series of workshops to help students prepare for internships and jobs, part of a continuous effort to assist students in assessing their strengths, analyzing their skills, and deciding which career is the best fit. Upcoming events include a session on how to search and apply for jobs, which starts at 7 p.m. on Nov. 3 in Faith Hall in the Tucker Student Center, and a mock interview workshop on Nov. 18 in the Washburn House.
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Office of University Communications and Blank, Jill, "Gardner-Webb Hosting Series of Career Prep Events" (2014). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 1326.