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Career Currents
A digest of recommended resources and organization updates
                                                                                                                                  October 2020

Welcome to RACDA's new e-newsletter, Career Currents! Each issue will showcase resources that RACDA Board members found helpful, informative, and interesting to share with our RACDA members, along with RACDA and regional updates. These board "picks" will focus on professional development, diversity and inclusion, and workforce development with students' career readiness at the center of it all. We are hitting the ground running with this first issue. If you find these picks and updates helpful, let us know by sending an email to info@racda.org.    
 
Now, who's ready for the first issue of RACDA's Career Currents?  

Kathleen D. Raniewicz
RACDA Communications Coordinator

P.S. We recently completed the redesign of RACDA's website and think you'll like it! Check it out! 
Resume Insight
Students who would like to get a bit more creative with their resume can benefit from this Jobscan's blog, Creative Resume Formats: What You Need to Know, especially when  applicant tracking systems are part of the hiring process.
The Stay Up-to-Date on the ROC!
CampusROC's mission is to show college students that Rochester, NY is a place to live, work & play post-graduation. Check out @CampusROC on Twitter and #CampusROC on Instagram. Go to LinkedIn and follow Greater ROC Careers - a job board seeking to connect job seekers with employment.  Learn more about the economic development strategy of Greater Rochester's ROC2025 alliance.

Dismantling Racism Conversation
Did you miss the Vision Chats panel discussion hosted by Dr. Farouk Dey of Johns Hopkins University on June 11, 2020? Don't worry, we've got you covered. It was all about dismantling racism in career networks. We recommend listening to this very important conversation and discussion. 
Struggling to Remain Productive at Home?
Us too. That's why we found this great article by Vault featuring the must-have productivity apps to help you be more productive in our new normal virtual workdays.  








Photo provided by Sam Radbil
College Students, Entrepreneurs or Both? 
Turning hobbies into jobs takes creativity and ingenuity.  Gen Z students have been busy doing just that. The article, Born to the Internet, Grew Up Fast in a Pandemic, highlights the success of several students and serves as a great reminder to encourage and recognize creativity and thinking outside the box with our students.  

For more insight into Gen Z, check out the infographic: GEN Z AT A GLANCE!

 
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