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The Mine fellowship applications open

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A new social entrepreneurship program, The Mine, is now accepting applications for fellows. The program is a partnership between the OU Center for the Creation of Economic Wealth, The Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation, the George Kaiser Family Foundation and The Forge (TYPros' business development center). All of The Mine programming will be hosted at The Forge office.

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Resume Writing 101, Online!

Starting your resume can be a daunting task--and perfecting it is even harder! Let Universal Class help you learn how to make your resume work for you, with the free online class, Resume 101.  All you need is your library card!

ASIST Scholarship from Executive Women International

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Would you like to further your career, but need additional education? The local Tulsa chapter of Executive Women International (EWI) will be offering scholarship assistance to people in the Tulsa community. The Adult Students in Scholastic Transition (ASIST) program is available to adults facing economic, social, or physical challenges, who are looking to improve their situation through educational opportunities. 

The deadline for applying is March 25, 2013, so don’t delay!

Conversation Killers at the Holidays

Wall Street Journal article: A Job Seeker's Guide to Holiday Small Talk

Holidays can be stressful for everyone, but those struggling to find employment might dread gatherings even more. Making small talk (So, where do you work these days?) with those you haven't seen in a while can be tough. The Wall Street Journal has a nice article to help you work a room without feeling worked over.  Check out A Job Seeker's Guide to Holiday Small Talk .

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