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A student learns about opportunities at AmSouth Bank at Career Day. Kara Giessner hands a copy of her resume to a recruiter at Career Day. Tim Robbins is one of the many student workers at the Natnan Ford ' a P eer career counselor, helps a student with Career Center. her resume. A bird ' s eye view of Career Day at the Turner Center Gym. Over 1 00 employers came out to meet Ole Miss students. -PHOTOS BY JEREMY LODEN The Carter Center
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The Career Center Martindale Student Service Center Date reded icated: October 30, 1998 Formerly know as: Old Gym Keynote speaker at the rededication: Sen. Trent Lott, Senate Majority Leader at the time Named for: Larry and Susan Martindale Renovation total: $7 million in state funds -JEREMY LODEN Most students attend college with the hopes of one day enjoying a career that is perfectly suited for them, but it is not always that simple. That is why the Career Center at Ole Miss is an aid to many grateful students. The Career Center helps students from freshmen on up. Their many areas of assistance include picking the career that is right for individual students and helping them find the available jobs in that career. The Career Center has many programs that can show students their career options, help them construct a resume, connect them with an Ole Miss alum in their particular field of interest, and provide them with all types of information regarding future employment. The Career Center also hosts numerous workshops and events designed to help students in choosing a career and obtaining the necessary skills to prosper in their career. Teacher Recruitment Day and Pharmacy Recruitment Day are two major events held by the Career Center that provide the opportunity for students within a certain major to talk to employers about future job possibilities. The most popular event sponsored by the Career Center is Career Day, when over 100 employers come to The University of Mississippi to recruit for their companies and allow students a chance to get a taste of the job market. A visit to the Ole Miss Career Center usually begins with The Myers-Briggs Personality Indicator and the Strong Vocational Interest Inventory which a counselor interprets and uses to provide options for careers that seem catered to indi- vidual interests. The Career Center is open to all students who are looking for help in finding employment and is located on the third floor of the Martindale Student Services Center. -WRITTEN BY CASSIE HOWARD Academics
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Mississippi Alliance for Minority Particpation ASB President and member of the McDonnell- Barksdale Honors College, Clarence Webster, speaks during Celebration Weekend A student is advised on what classes she should take for the upcoming semester. The Mississippi Alliance for Minority Participation (MAMP) is made possible by a joint effort between the National Science Foundation, the state of Mississippi, and Mississippi eight public universities. The goal of MAMP is to increase graduates in science, engineering, and mathematics that are members of traditionally under-represented minorities. A summer bridge program for entering freshman is offered through MAMP The Guaranteed 4.0 Program, provides seminars on skills for academic success and financial incentives for qualified applicants. Another program, which is part of MAMP called IMAGE (Increasing Minority Access to Graduate Education) offers tutoring, mentoring, professional conferences, and summer research internships. The program also offers study sessions, statewide retreats, networking, financial support, a walk-in center and other activities during the academic year. -WRinEN BY AMANDA JOHNSON Academics PHOTOS BY JEREMY LODEN
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