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The Hocking College Experience

New Mending Service is Tailor-Made for Students, Staff and Community

by Tracey A. Maine

Do you have a pair of pants or a skirt that needs to be hemmed? Does your favorite shirt have a button missing? If your wardrobe needs mending, Hocking College’s new venture is just what you need!

How Customer Service Skills Can Help your Career

by Tracey A. Maine

Customer service refers to the service-oriented approaches a business uses to encourage a personal one-on-one relationship with past, present and future customers.

How to Wrap up a Holiday Job

by Tracey A. Maine

If you're a college student with no significant plans for the winter break, now is the ideal time to begin searching for a temporary holiday job.

12 Tips to Changing Career Paths

by Tracey A. Maine

With many businesses closed because of the coronavirus pandemic and many workers jobless as a result, some people might be considering a new career path.

Career & University Center Helps Student Achieve Career Readiness

by Tracey A. Maine

At Hocking College, Career readiness means that when our students walk across the stage to accept their diploma, they not only have the knowledge and skills they got from their classes but the work ethic and job skills that prepare them to transition into the workplace.

Students Must Bring Their Own Device for Autumn Classes

by Matt Berry

Beginning in the Summer 2020 semester, Hocking College implemented a Bring Your Own Device program for its classes.

Hocking College's Career & University Center Offers Free Business Clothes to Students

by Tim Brunicardi

If you’re a Hocking College student who has the will, but not the wardrobe, to enter the workforce, then you should visit the Career and University Center's Career Closet which opens for the Autumn 2020 semester on Aug. 17.

Bring Your Own Device Program to Launch with Summer Classes

by Matt Berry

Beginning in the Summer 2020 semester, Hocking College will implement a Bring Your Own Device program for its classes.

How Keywords Can Get Your Job Application Noticed

by Tracey A. Maine

Not that long ago, the procedure for getting a job involved applicants filling out applications by hand and then mailing-or literally handing-the completed form to an actual human being.

Tips for Completing an Online Job Application

by Tim Brunicardi

Much like landlines and payphones, the process of filling out job applications in-person has seemingly become a thing of the past.  In turn, these days the best way to let an employer know you’re interested in working for them is by filling out your application online.

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