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Beginning this month, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumni have free access to the University’s powerful online recruiting tool and employment database, Titan Jobs.

Alumni can view position openings, upload resumes and cover letters, create an electronic portfolio and use a variety of top-quality employment resources.

“In addition to our comprehensive virtual services, we welcome alumni to the Career Service office on campus to use our computer lab or for individual assistance with Titan Jobs accounts,” said UWO Career Services Director Jaime Page-Stadler.

Previously, alumni paid a $25, one-time fee for access to Titan Jobs if they did not have one as a student.

Alumni may access the following resources through Titan Jobs: EmployOn, the largest job database in the industry; The BIG Guide to Living and Learning Overseas (which will shortly undergo a name change to My World Abroad) for global skills development and research of international career related topics; and Folio 21, a tool for building electronic portfolios to showcase skills and experiences.

“We are pleased to offer this premium employment service at no cost to our alumni across the nation,” said UWO Alumni Director Christine Gantner. “We are continuously seeking to provide our alumni with a variety of quality benefits that add value to their UWO degree in the years and decades beyond graduation.”

Along with Titan Jobs, alumni receive one-on-one career counseling during the first year after graduation and access to the University alumni group on LinkedIn to stay connected to career and professional development opportunities as well as mentoring relationships throughout their careers.

Alumni also are invited to Career Fair on the Fox on Sept. 25 on campus at the Kolf Sports Center. At the event, cosponsored by UWO Career Services and Fox Valley Technical College Student Employment Services, alumni can connect with employers to learn about full- and part-time positions, as well as volunteer and networking opportunities.

Other opportunities at the fair include exploring technical, undergraduate, graduate and professional educational programs

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