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Why You Need to Vote in SUU Elections

By Cami Mathews on February 25, 2019

in Student Experience, SUU Politics

Campus election season is upon us and it’s time to focus on why your vote matters. Changes have been made to the election process, candidates are gearing up for a hectic week, but none of it matters unless you vote.

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How to Effectively Network

By Cami Mathews on January 18, 2019

in Campus Resources

Online job searches and social media have made job hunting easy and accessible, but 80 percent of all jobs are still found through networking. This process is key to researching and finding a career that is perfect for you. Networking allows a person to connect with people of similar interests and build relationships. People hire and refer people they like and know. Having the ability to build a network can lead to a dream job.

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6 Sections Every Resume Should Include

By Cami Mathews on January 18, 2019

in Campus Resources

The resume is an essential part of the application process. Each one can be unique to the person, but the basic sections should stay the same. From Southern Utah University’s Career Center, here are six sections that every resume should include.

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Tips for a Successful Cover Letter

By Cami Mathews on January 10, 2019

in Campus Resources

Whether sent via email or written in a traditional letter format, cover letters are essential parts of the quest for an interview. Southern Utah University’s Career Center offers these tips for a successful cover letter.

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How to Answer Common Job Interview Questions

By Cami Mathews on January 10, 2019

in Campus Resources

Whether during a student’s four years or after graduation, job interviews play a pivotal role in the career success of the college student. From Southern Utah University’s Career Center, here are the best ways to answer common interview questions.

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Pizza & Politics - Vaccines

By Cami Mathews on December 31, 2018

in SUU Politics

The Michael O. Leavitt Center for Politics and Public Service hosts Pizza & Politics every Wednesday at noon to discuss a current political topic. Leavitt Center student employees research the topic and moderate the conversation. These discussions expose students to a variety of important issues and encourages them to share their own perspectives while learning all sides of an issue.  Free pizza is provided for all who attend.

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Pizza & Politics - SUU Smoking and Drinking Policies

By Cami Mathews on December 17, 2018

in SUU Politics

The Michael O. Leavitt Center for Politics and Public Service hosts Pizza & Politics every Wednesday at noon to discuss a current political topic. Leavitt Center student employees research the topic and moderate the conversation. These discussions expose students to a variety of important issues and encourages them to share their own perspectives while learning all sides of an issue.  Free pizza is provided for all who attend.

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Pizza & Politics - Disability Awareness

By Cami Mathews on December 07, 2018

in SUU Politics

The Michael O. Leavitt Center for Politics and Public Service hosts Pizza & Politics every Wednesday at noon to discuss a current political topic. Leavitt Center student employees research the topic and moderate the conversation. These discussions expose students to a variety of important issues and encourage them to share their own perspectives while learning all sides of an issue.  Free pizza is provided for all who attend.

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Pizza & Politics - Conspiracy Theories

By Cami Mathews on November 07, 2018

in SUU Politics

The Michael O. Leavitt Center for Politics and Public Service hosts Pizza & Politics every Wednesday at noon to discuss a current political topic. Leavitt Center student employees research the topic and moderate the conversation. These discussions expose students to a variety of important issues and encourages them to share their own perspectives while learning all sides of an issue.  Free pizza is provided for all who attend.

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Five Ways to Be Civically Engaged

By Cami Mathews on November 05, 2018

in SUU Politics

With Election Day around the corner, politics and civic engagement are at the forefront of everyone’s minds. But there is more to democracy than voting. People can engage with and make a difference in their communities through several different ways.

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