Symplicity Training Session

There will be a Symplicity Training Session on Thursday, January 26th, 2006 at 12:05 in Room 2260. Symplicity is the administrative software system utilized by the Career Services Office. It is imperative that every student learn how to use Symplicity since it is a primary tool in the job search process. Symplicity houses the Law School job bank and will be utilized to administer on-campus interviewing, clerkship applications and many job fairs. Career Services also uses Symplicity to disseminate information to students and employers. Therefore, students need to log on to Symplicity often to remain current on any opportunities or information sessions offered by Career Services. Don't stay in the dark! Come learn the basics of Symplicity.

Submitted by Ingrid Borwick, J.D. Advisor on January 27, 2006

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