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AGR 109 Week 2 8/30

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AGR 109 Week 2 8/30 AGR 109

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These are class notes from 8/30
Intro Ag Industry
Robert Rhykerd
Class Notes
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Julissa Navarrete on Wednesday September 7, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to AGR 109 at Illinois State University taught by Robert Rhykerd in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Intro Ag Industry in Agriculture at Illinois State University.

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Date Created: 09/07/16
AGR 109 Week 2: 8/30 Assignments (40 points each) th  Resume due Thursday, September 15 at the start of class (staple rubric)  Mock Interviews – September 6 , 8 , and 13 (bring two copies of resume) o In Room 185 Student Services Building (Career Center) th  Career Fair – Tuesday, September 20 from 9am to 1pm in the Brown Ballroom, BSC o Do research ( ), bring resumes on resume paper, dress professionally, sign in up front, spend at least one hour there, get name out there, network! PRESENTATION – Katelynn Clement Student Responsibilities  Go to class → Check university catalog (to make sure you take the right classes) Where is the important stuff at?  Facebook Page: Department of Agriculture at ISU  ReggieNet  University Catalog: What to check o For Freshman: General Education then scroll down to General Education Courses by Category  The ones with** at the end take courses to knock out global studies in one class. o For Agriculture Majors: Agriculture  Look at your concentration requirements o For Everyone: Academic Policies then General Requirements for Graduation  Campus Solutions Important Dates rd  October 3 : All classes will be out to look at  TBA: Register for classes Professional Development  Go to the Career Fair (Network!)  Cover Letter and Resume o 99.99% of recruiters want a resume and cover letter o Update resume regularly o No errors at all o Resume Review: Career Center by professional or peer  Scholarships – APPLY! IT’S FREE MONEY!  Get Involved o Registered Student Organizations (RSOs)  Agriculture clubs, Sororities and Fraternities, Go to Student Involvement Center o Make friends! o Get to know your Professors  Go to their office hours and ask questions  Be smart!


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