If you are planning to transfer to an Arkansas 4-year institution after your time at Ozarka, this brochure has information you need, and need to know now! Find out about transfer scholarships that are available at each institution, and the credit hours and grade point averages needed to qualify for them.
A newsletter to inspire and equip Ozarka College students for successful careers.
How to write a great resume and cover letter
Interview Skills: Why We Should Hire You? The Unbeatable Answer
How to dress for your interview
Body Language: The Power is in the Palm of your Hand (Allan Pease)
The Skill of Self-Confidence
Visit the Ozarka College Career Link for numerous career exploration and job seeking tools.
Do you know what you want to become?
If so, do you know the level of education and effort it will take to get there?
If the answer to either of those questions is "no," exploration and clarification are REALLY important steps to selecting and committing to an education path that "fits" you! Explore your interests, abilities, and values and find out about vocations that match who you are by checking out the resources listed in this brochure!
Academic advising is a teaching/learning process that helps students understand the steps needed to reach educational, career, and life goals; provides students with information about resources available to help them succeed; and encourages students to take personal responsibility for achieving their goals. In the advising relationship, student and advisor partner for the purpose of exploring the student's interests, skills, and abilities; planning the student's educational career; helping the student help himself or herself, and developing the student's academic skills. Each student is assigned an academic advisor based on his/her program of study. However, "advising" will occur in multiple venues: face-to-face meetings with an advisor, New Student Orientation meeting, College Success classes, other workshops or group advising sessions, and through the web site: www.Ozarka.edu, as well as through your MyOzarka intranet account.
Another great tool to learn about how your interests and abilities fit into the world of work and potential education and training needed to reach your career goals:
Have questions about a particular career? Want to see what jobs might fit you best? Wondering where to find the job you want? Need to find out where you can get some training or experience for the job you want? Careeronestop can help you!
This site is sponsored by the US Department of Labor and provides current information on most any type of job you can imagine. Check it out!