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New resource helps students prep for grad school, job search, & more

If you're an undergrad who's exploring post-graduation options, a new Libraries' online resource is ready to offer tons of high-quality assistance.

The Learning Express Library database provides a wealth of assistance, with modules that address:

  • Conducting a job search
  • Testing and refining workplace skills
  • Exploring jobs & careers in select public service positions
  • Preparing for graduate admittance and placement exams, such as GMAT, GRE, LSAT, MCAT, TOEFL, and more
  • Helping foreign students prepare for English language proficiency exams
  • Preparing for US citizenship exams or applying for a green card
  • Improving critical skills in math, finance, English, public speaking, writing, and science

The Libraries encourage you to save valuable money and time, by using well-regarded resources to investigate what course of action is best for you after you graduate.

To access LearningExpress Library, follow this path from the front page of the Libraries website: Research Resources > Indexes and Databases > General and Multidisciplinary: Careers > LearningExpress Library.

The Libraries also offer a Career and Employment Resources research guide, with links to authoritative online resources on career exploration and planning, career profiles, education and training, job postings, government & non-profit jobs, summer jobs and internships, and more. To access this research guide, follow the path: Research Resources > Research Guides > Career and Employment Resources.

For more information on either Learning Express Library or the Career and Employment Resources research guide, please contact Jill Nathanson at or 848/445-3608.

Posted September 29, 2011