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MC2010 Speaker “What makes you stand out from the next Mass Communications student?” a spokesperson for the office of Career Services asked Monday to a group of students. Courtney Pierce, the Coordinator of Experiential Education, explained to students how to take advantage of what the office has to offer. “You start planning your career with career decision making,” said Pierce. Career Services provides options for students to help choose a career. LSU uses a service called TigerTRAK, which allows students to search for part-time jobs, internships, volunteer opportunities and co-ops. She urged students to get as much job-related experience as possible. The office also provides career testing to determine careers suited to the individual student’s interests. The Myers-Briggs test is a widely used personality instrument designed to help you understand yourself and your natural preferences. Counselors, provided free of charge, guide students through identifying careers that are congruent with your results. The COPS test
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2008 for the course MC 2010 taught by Professor Shearman during the Fall '08 term at LSU.

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