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College Recruiter: Career Training Books

April 2nd, 2015 No Comments

College Recruiter: Career eBooks, both general and on specific topics, including:

  • The Last Job Search Guide You’ll Ever Need
  • The Last Guide to Networking You’ll Ever Need
  • The Last Guide to Finding a Great Internship You’ll Ever Need
  • The Last Guide to Interviewing You’ll Ever Need
  • The Last Guide to Cover Letter & Resume Writing You’ll Ever Need
  • Don’t Wait Until You Graduate II
  • YOU ARE THE PRODUCT: How To Sell Yourself To Employers

The Last Job Search Guide You’ll Ever Need: How to Find and Get the Job or Internship of Your Dreams

This book contains job search secrets of the most experienced, most knowledgeable and most respected career experts. Learn career planning, job hunting tools and tactics, interviewing, cover letter and resume writing (lots of samples!), networking, and more.

The Last Guide to Networking You’ll Ever Need

In this tough economy, people who find jobs usually do so by networking. Written by Keith F. Luscher specifically for the job hunting students and recent graduates with zero to three years of experience who use College Recruiter dot com. Are you networking at least two hours a day? Those who are finding jobs are. Don’t be left behind. Read this book and you will quickly find a new job. Guaranteed to help you or your money back.

The Last Guide to Finding a Great Internship You’ll Ever Need

Students know that the best jobs upon graduation go to those who had internships, yet the competition for good internships is fierce. Written by Keith F. Luscher specifically for the job hunting students who use College Recruiter dot com. To find a job after you graduate, you must find an internship now. Read this book and you will. Guaranteed to help you or your money back.

The Last Guide to Interviewing You’ll Ever Need

Students know that good experiences helps to build a good resume and that good resumes help you land interviews, yet how many of us have been shown how to interview well so that we can get hired? Written by Keith F. Luscher specifically for the job hunting students who use College Recruiter dot com. To get hired, you must know how to interview well. Read this book and you will. Guaranteed to help you or your money back.

The Last Guide to Cover Letter & Resume Writing You’ll Ever Need

This new book will help you find your next job fast. Great advice and tons of sample cover letters and resumes. Written by Kevin Donlin of Guaranteed Resumes specifically for the users of College Recruiter dot com. Guaranteed to help you or your money back.

Don’t Wait Until You Graduate II

In today’s shaky economy, the time to prepare for your future employment is NOW, while you are still in school. This book shows you how. Uncover the ways service-learning, internships, entrepreneurial opportunities and community service will open you up to meet the right people, develop important relationships and gain professional experience before your college years end.

YOU ARE THE PRODUCT: How To Sell Yourself To Employers

The book about personal marketing you need to reach important goals in your life and career. Learn how to beat the competition and get the job you really want. Define your goals and get the edge you need for success in all aspects of your life! YOU ARE THE PRODUCT shows you how to use personal marketing secrets your competitors don’t want you to have!

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