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Adrienne Kleinman
  • Female
  • Minneapolis, MN
  • United States

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If Yes, What School Are You Attending?
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Describe Your Dream Job
I would like to have a career in which my creativity can always shine through and be in the forefront. It would include all of my interests: communication, film, design, theatre, music, writing, and art.

Adrienne Kleinman's Blog

Employment Tips: Short Resume

If a boarding pass is your ticket to flight, then a resume is your ticket to work. Depending on your industry, trade, or area of focus, your resume will vary in length, format, design, and focus. For example, someone in a creative field will likely have a more colorful and fluid looking resume, whereas someone in the sciences will have more of an exact and precise flow to theirs. Though resumes come in all shapes and sizes, they are there to serve a common purpose: to convey to a potential…


Posted on August 13, 2018 at 11:37am — 4 Comments

Interview With Deb Holtz

Deb Holtz When I was a freshman in college at Hamline University, I had the pleasure of meeting Deb Holtz. She was not only my advisor in Disability Services, but my mentor, and my friend. This past week she was gracious enough to let me ask her a few questions that could be shared with our members.…


Posted on July 20, 2018 at 1:00pm — 4 Comments

Employment Tips: Workshops

When you were a kid in school, there were a multitude of things you needed to learn in order to progress to the next grade. Basic arithmetic, spelling, geography, science, art techniques, and even physical education to teach you good habits to help your growing body. As an adult in the workforce, out of school and fully immersed in your career, it can be hard to think about adding anything else onto your busy schedule. Furthering your learning of a topic or trade can seem like it’s too much…


Posted on July 5, 2018 at 1:39pm — 3 Comments

Interview With Ross Baker

Picture of Ross Baker Last week I had the pleasure of talking with Ross Baker, a current graduate student at the University of Minnesota who's studying to be an Architect. Ross, who happens to have dyslexia, spoke candidly about his experiences in school, and beyond. He had a lot of great insight to…


Posted on June 25, 2018 at 10:39am — 2 Comments

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At 6:21am on August 25, 2017, Becky Curran said…
Thank you so much for your kind words about my blog. I would love to connect and see if I can give you any guidance on your search. I've worked behind the scenes in the entertainment industry for the past decade.
At 11:14am on August 30, 2010, Elsa Angvall said…
Very cool network, who developed the website?

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