Daily Duke Spotlight: JMU CAP


For me, it started with a Skype interview. Granted, I can appreciate a Skype interview– you can see the person interviewing you, and feel more of a connection than you might over a phone interview. But finding a place to have one is a pain. You have to find the right lighting, a low noise level, a strong WiFi connection… it’s a daunting task.

That’s where JMU Career & Academic Planning (CAP) came in. Now, if you frequent CAP a lot, you’re probably thinking really? This is ground breaking for you? Really, it is. And I have a feeling it is for a lot of other people too.

laurahI was lucky enough to sit down with Laura Hickerson, an internship coordinator for CAP. She let me know about resources that they offer, and that we may not be taking full advantage of.

To first address my Skype interview dilemma, she…

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