According to management expert and author Tom Peters, "We are CEO's of our own companies: Me Inc. To be in business today, our most important job is to be head marketer of a brand called You."
Undergraduate Student Services
Between balancing work, life, family and your studies, we know your time is valuable! That’s why we want you to get as much as you can from our online association meetings. Whether you’re a current member or not, tell us what would help you with your studies, career or just life in general?
"If you don't know where you are going, you will be lost when you get there." - Yogi Berra.
A resume is a brief summary of your experiences and qualifications. It is usually the first item a potential employer sees about you and it is important to create a resume that combines all of your educational, professional and personal successes and accomplishments.
According to Josh, "Information technology is the application of computers and telecommunications equipment to store, retrieve and manipulate data, often in the context of a business or other enterprise. We commonly use IT as a synonym for computers and computer networks; however, IT is a vast career field with several opportunities available in several areas of specialization.”
On October 21, 2014, the Student Life team welcomed all new and re-entry students to the Center for Online Learning with our Fall II Virtual Community Day. We had a tremendous turnout and those in attendance received an orientation to Financial Aid, Library Services, Student Advising, Student Services and Career Resources.
Continuing our mission to advise, motivate and inspire our students, the Student Peer Mentoring club met on August 26, 2014 and discussed the benefits of joining a club or association at Saint Leo University. Click the link below to access the recording from the club meeting and share your thoughts on our blog. What are your top ten reasons for joining a club?
Saint Leo alumnus, Chris Martinez '08 provided a great presentation on jobs in the Department of Homeland Security. Information was provided on what a typical day looks like for a Customs agent, including arrests, documentation, and court hearings. Furthermore, requirements to work in the law enforcement side of Homeland Security was discussed and when you should begin your application for a federal position. He advises that many federal positions could take anywhere from 6-9 months to reach the interview stage, so start your application at USAjobs.gov in either September or October for interviews in January. For more information, watch the recorded presentation.