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Discussing accommodations or other needs with your employer

Two years ago, I found myself in a medical crisis. A car accident resulted in multiple, ongoing symptoms that made doing my job incredibly difficult. But I’m lucky to have a great employer. I worked …

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Female job applicant feeling nervous at job interview with potential employer.

How to recover from a job interview blunder

A career counselor explains common interview blunders and how to fix them.

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Arthur Ashe: exemplar of advancing diversity, inclusion, and equity

A competitor and a peacemaker, Ashe improved nearly every person and institution fortunate enough to be part of his journey.

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How to get experience in your field if you can’t get hired

Seven tips for getting the experience you need for the job you want

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Nelson Baker shares skills that help adult students succeed online

Adult learners are no different than undergraduates: they need services and guidance that allow them to succeed throughout their careers. Or, as Dr. Nelson Baker thinks about it, universities need to meet the needs of …

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Tips for a successful informational interview

A career and education counselor tells job seekers how to best reach out.

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4 tips to dress for success in 2019

UW-Madison career counselors offer 4 easy tips to dress for success in today’s workplaces, so your potential and personality shine brightly.

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Odyssey Project student overcomes obstacles to get his bachelor’s degree

Odyssey provides adults facing economic barriers with a chance to start college for free

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Making it as a freelancer in the new economy

Be your own boss with five freelancing tips from a career counselor.

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Bob Auerbach with the UW Odyssey Project

A spectacular 90th birthday gift to the Odyssey Project

The Odyssey Project has empowered more than 400 adults to overcome adversity and achieve their dreams through free access to a two-semester humanities course.

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Searching for a job if you’re an ex-offender

In Wisconsin, ex-offenders recently out of prison have many resources to begin their job search and should be optimistic about their options.

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Advanced dementia care

Spring class explores intimacy needs of adults with advanced dementia

According to instructor Tracy Schroepfer, expressing sexual and intimacy needs helps older adults achieve better physical and psychological health.

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