| |ReView Highlights Our Talented Community
Graduates from Alaska to Florida showcase their creative flair in the inaugural issue of the Excelsior ReView
, an online publication created by staff volunteers. Nearly one-quarter of submissions were provided by alumni, while the rest came from imaginative students, faculty, and staff. Submissions
for the second issue are being accepted now.
Cover Letters: A Guide to Getting Noticed
Few employers will seriously consider a resume that is not accompanied by a cover letter. If you struggle with marketing yourself in a way that gets employers’ attention, join Career Consultant Ed Hallenbeck to learn what to say and how to say it in The Art of Cover Letters, Wed., Oct. 24, 2012, 8 – 9 PM ET. Registration required.
Job Search Got You Down? Up Your Approach
If you missed the “Elevating Your Job Search in a Down Market” career Web chat, check out the archived recording
for tips on how to approach your search in a strategic and proactive fashion.
Central Texas Alumni—Check Your Mailbox
Invitations to the Central Texas Alumni Event
on Nov. 14 in Killeen will be mailed soon! Join CSM Richard Hernandez, U.S. Army (Ret), BSL ’06,
for an hors d’oeuvres reception. Registration required
by Nov. 7.
The Perfect Fit
Do you ever look back at your time as an Excelsior student and wonder how you made it all fit together? Your contribution to the Annual Campaign
is the missing piece that can provide services and scholarships to help deserving Excelsior students afford their education. Make your gift today.
Higher Education Isn’t a Political Issue
With the election cycle in full swing, President Ebersole took to the Huffington Post
to remind everyone that higher education isn’t a political issue. Check out his other recent blogs on Forbes
, where he discusses the myths of online learning and the state of adult higher education.
Literary Event for The Language of Men in Mass.
Alumni in eastern Massachusetts are invited to attend a literary event
at Jabberwocky Books in Newburyport, Mass. Anthony D'Aries, author of The Language of Men
, a Hudson Whitman/Excelsior College Press publication, will read from his work on Sat., Oct. 6 at 7 PM.