The LLM Job Fair is only one of the several methods LLMs have used to obtain jobs. Pursuing opportunities in the U.S. as an LLM can be very different from looking as JD candidates. To help LLM students with their job search, the Career & Professional Development Center is offering a workshop where we will discuss timing and strategies and introduce various research tools and resources. For more information, contact Tedi Mason at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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LLM Job Search Workshop - After the Job Fair
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