October 19, 2015

The Value of Starting a Career Search at a Cameron-Brooks Conference

This past week, I met with a Cameron-Brooks Alumnus who works at an $8 million division of a larger $250 million company.  While the company is small relative to a FORTUNE 500 Company, it is publicly traded and manufactures laser systems that measure raw materials during production processes.  He is essentially the Chief Operations Officer “second in … Continue reading “The Value of Starting a Career Search at a Cameron-Brooks Conference”

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September 1, 2015

To Earn the Offer You Must Be Distinctive

In order to receive an offer after the on-site follow-up interview, one needs to stand out, or in other words, be distinctive.  This requires going well beyond the normal preparation steps so that you are ready to talk about industry trends, key company initiatives, and any trends or new technologies for the career field, company … Continue reading “To Earn the Offer You Must Be Distinctive”

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September 1, 2010

Cameron-Brooks Alumnus Provides Advice on a Successful Career Search

I recently received this e-mail from a Cameron-Brooks Alumnus who transitioned from the military to corporate America at our June 2010 Career Conference.  I asked him to post a Review on Facebook, but I guess I learned not all people are on Facebook as he does not have an account.  I thought the blog would … Continue reading “Cameron-Brooks Alumnus Provides Advice on a Successful Career Search”

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