Tiger Net – a university web-based career management technology that provides high quality, high touch services connecting students and employers.
How We Can Help You
Full access to our services
- Career Counseling
- The Baldwin Library of Christian Vocation
- Tiger Net
How You Can Help Us
- Recruiting on campus.
- Becoming a mentor.
Alumni/professionals can provide opportunities for students to engage in meaningful and supportive mentoring relationships, for the purpose of career and professional development. Alumni can also connect with other professionals for a mentoring relationship.
We seek alumni/professionals from all areas including: ministry, medicine, theatre, business, accounting and art to electrical engineering. Additionally we seek professionals working in the equine industry and those in organizations with a global scope.
Mentoring options may include: Informational Interviewing; job guidance, guest speaker/career panel/workshops; professional networking; mock interviewing; shadowing; internships; and office tours/receptions.
Be a part of this rewarding opportunity. You can log-in as an alumni here and request to be a Mentor or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.Â Let us know the following about you:
- Years in Position;
- Brief Description of job; and
- a brief description of you motivation for participation.
- Making Online Recruiting Click for You
There are ways to move your resume to the top of an online search list so it attracts web-savvy and time-crunched recruiters. Thereâ€™s a difference between using new media and working it.
- Make Your Cover Letter Count in a Competitive Job Market
Recruiters say that cover letters are still a necessary part of getting that interview. Follow this formula and personalize it to match your cover letter with the job posting and get the interview.
- Resume Tips for the Experienced Candidate
If you have experience, your resume should be a showcase of your track record, demonstrating to a potential employer what you can “bring to the table.”
- Acing the Behavioral-Based Interview
Corporate recruiters spend anywhere from half a day to two days learning to ask questions based on the BBI method. For you, acing the BBI is a matter of planning and understanding what recruiters are looking for.