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How To Use JASS To Get A Job

Job Assistance Selection Service (JASS), was developed to assist our readers in their job search. To find the job of your dreams, use JASS.

JASS consists of the Job Index and the JASS reply card. The Job Index gives vital information on each employer. It gives you the name of the recruiter, the name and address of the employer, a description of the company/organization, and the jobs available or majors recruited. Carefully review the Job Index in each issue to identify employers recruiting in your major. Then read the ads of the employers (refer to the Advertiser Index) and get additional information on these employers from your placement office. The JASS reply card is a mini resume that you should complete and send, preferably with your full resume, to the employers of your choice. When you write advertisers, always tell them that you saw their advertisement in THE BLACK COLLEGIAN Magazine.

You can get additional JASS cards from your placement office or your can send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to: JASS, THE BLACK COLLEGIAN Magazine, 1240 South Broad Street, New Orleans, LA 70125.

When you interview with the employers on campus, tell the recruiter that you saw their ad in THE BLACK COLLEGIAN Magazine.

The advertisers in this issue want you to consider their opportunities. Carefully read each ad. These opportunities are for you. Apply for them!

You can reach additional employers by registering in THE BLACK COLLEGIAN's JOB FINDER Database.
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Title Annotation:Job Assistance Selection Service
Publication:The Black Collegian
Article Type:Directory
Date:Jan 1, 1993
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