Feb. 23, 2001
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John Jeffries named new dean of U.Va. Law School
HR realigns, shifts focus to recruitment
Hoos getting new 'help wanted' section

Hot Links -- Academical Village

Surgeon honored for new lung cancer treatment
Correction -- date of U.Va.'s surrender to Union forces
Photographer exposes unusual perspectives
Notable -- awards and achievements of faculty and staff
General faculty sought
Honor referendum seeks to strengthen the system
Hereford principal job opening
You can learn a lot from a cowboy
Symposium series examines presidential selection process
Spanish theater group to perform
Lewis and Clark bicentennial will inspire projects on the American West
Innovative research on Jefferson-related topics to be featured

Hoos getting new 'help wanted' section

A new online job-posting service will be available to alumni as of March 1, through the U.Va. Alumni Association Web site, Hoosonline.

The new service, U.Va. Alumni Job Connections, is part of the Career Connection section of Hoosonline, the password-protected online community for U.Va. alumni. Graduates may register for this free service at http://www.hoosonline.virginia.edu/.

Other features of Career Connection include the University Career Assistance Network, an 18,000 member network of career and job search mentors; the online U.Va. alumni directory; and e-mail forwarding for life.

Employers may purchase subscriptions to U.Va. Alumni Job Connections to have their companies listed before the site is launched. Nonprofit organizations and K-12 schools may qualify for discounts. Companies who hire alumni get a discount on their first subscription. See http://www.alumni.virginia.edu/career/employer.

For information about the U.Va. Alumni Career Services Center, contact director Emily Bardeen at ebardeen@virginia.edu.

 


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