placement office

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an office that finds suitable employment for applicants

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In addition to attending all events offered by your school placement office, you can find out where professionals likely to hire people like yourself meet.
He confirms that while all law school graduates face a "very tight" job market, the faculty and placement office at FSU heard from lawyers who said they want to hire new associates who can read a balance sheet and know something about the working world of business clients.
Some 14,000 students are currently studying at the university, which has a fresh intake of students annually through the National Admissions and Placement Office (Napo) at the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research.
The candidates, all adult students in an MAT program, received clinical assignments through the placement office, based on authorization level, and were placed with any cooperative teacher in the field who agreed to take two student teachers at one time for a part-time placement.
Funded by a $1.25 million grant from the Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities, the new program will provide those students with "wrap-around services" such as on-campus counselors who help with college success; intensive summer training programs focused on independent living and life skills; and job placement services through the University of Texas-Pan American's placement office.
For example, he said, by counting only those looking for work, it excludes those who want a job but don't sign up at a municipal job placement office to avoid being assigned as a farm laborer, often far from their home and in tough conditions.
PBS has established Grants & Placement Office for the facilitation of its students and graduates.
Bush was the director of the University of Iowa's Educational Placement Office in Iowa City.
There also is substantial space for the placement office and on-campus interviewing.
That's my way of giving back to the college, because if it wasn't for their placement office and the professor who encouraged me to get into public accounting, I would never have had the career I did.
Recruiters also like Penn State's "excellent career placement office that works well with students and alumni." And of all the universities where survey respondents said they actively recruit, Penn State had the most mentions with 187.
Through a UA professor with ties to the American embassy in Kiev, Ukraine, she was invited there last year to deliver eight lectures on topics ranging from affirmative action to running a placement office. In 2007, an African-American club in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands invited her for a series of speeches on women in the civil rights movement for Martin Luther King Jr.
If those sound like features reserved for private schools, so is the college counseling and placement office, which with its two-person staff creates a desirable student-to-counselor ratio.
The university field placement office arranged student teaching placements in partner schools located in urban and suburban school districts within a 20-mile radius of the university, which included a range of socioeconomic communities.