Career Counseling Options from RCC at Bauer College

Here are the options to talk with a career counselor:
Career Counseling Appointments 

Students can book Career Counseling appointments in Bauer Career Gateway; our default meetings are virtual (see below for details).

If you would like to meet in person …

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JOB SCAM! Watch out for emails like this one.

Hello i have a Job for you,  I contacted your school admin at  UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON ; I graduated from there. I explained that I was looking for an Administrative/Personal Assistant and your email was sent to me, they said …

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How to Write a Cover Letter | 10 Tips for Getting Noticed

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The. Dreaded. Cover. Letter.

We all hope to find ways to stand out during our job search, and how best to convey “I’m perfect for this job!” to prospective employers. We also know that taking the …

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How to quickly clean up your online presence when job/internship seeking

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9 Essential Tips for Virtual Interview Success

Even before the pandemic, virtual interviews began replacing in-person interviews, in part because they’re cheaper and more efficient. Now, post-pandemic, virtual interviews are the norm. This means candidates need to specifically know how to prepare for these types of interviews. And, as …

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Use These 1-Minute Habits to Make More of Your Time from 9-5

In 2019 and 2020, users spent an average of 145 minutes per day on social media, according to Statista.

Social media is only one distraction of many, of course, but it’s a major one. So many productivity-eaters abound in …

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Making Professional New Year’s Resolutions in Uncertain Times

During the pandemic, we may believe our “real” lives are on hold. You may not know when or if you will return to your physical office. You may be waiting on your boss to decide if she’ll allow permanent remote …

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How to Revamp Your Digital Workplace Strategy For 2022

In the face of rapid change, the era of experimentation and agility is being forced upon us, which is both exciting and scary. Instead of shying away from it, companies should learn to embrace this new world with a fresh …

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How to make an online portfolio in time for a last-minute interview

Earning a last-minute interview is exciting, as it can mean that the hiring manager is eager to meet with you or wants to hire you for the position right away. Making it to the last-minute interview can also impress the …

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13 Best Things You Can Do for Your Career Before the Year’s End

There are 36 days between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve. This end-of-year stretch can feel like a black hole for your job search and career. But like an actual black hole, it only seems empty. In fact, it’s packed with …

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Human Resources in 2025: 7 Critical Strategies to Prepare for the Future of HR

Lately there has been a lot of talk about artificial intelligence and how it could soon replace human workers in various industries, but it’s more likely that the future of HR will actually be more human-centric than ever before. But …

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How to Network Internally—and Why It’s the People You Already Know Who Matter Most

When you think of networking, you might envision a room full of people who don’t know each other, making small talk, sipping cocktails, exchanging business cards, hoping to eventually making long-lasting connections. But networking can be much more than that. While networking …

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