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This profile was last updated on 10/13/06  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.
 
Background

Employment History

Education

  • marketing
    University of Cincinnati
  • BBA Degree , College of Business Administration
    Present University of Cincinnati
  • marketing
    Cooperative Education Program
  • B.S. Degree , College of Business Administration
    Norfolk State University
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Web References
Black Career Women: :is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization, professional development of black women
www.bcw.org, 13 Oct 2006 [cached]
BCW Vice President, Ann Keeling noted, "As a non-profit organization, BCW has learned over the years how to make a way out of no way.
Black Career Women: About us :non-profit, tax-exempt organization, professional development of black women
www.bcw.org, 13 Nov 2002 [cached]
Our first site, hosted by CTD Technologies, was created through the volunteer energies of self-taught supporters and friends and was ahead of its time among local volunteer organizations in 1997, but became truly outdated over the last few years, says Ann Keeling, BCW Senior Vice President & Treasurer.
Thanks to a generous grant from the Greater Cincinnati Foundation's Women's Fund, BCW's newly re-designed, more interactive website will serve not only BCW members, but also the larger community. "The site's new visual decor and smoother navigation will efficiently lead visitors to its exciting new features" according to Ms Keeling, "including an on-line career strategies' chat room, on-line workshops, career advising, free email, an employer fee-based job listing service free to BCW members and supporters and numerous opportunities for career-concerned women to network, join BCW and become a part of its expanding national network.
How To Design A Marketable Resume And Cover Letter
www.blackcollegian.com, 3 Dec 2002 [cached]
by Ann E. Keeling
How To Design A Marketable Resume And Cover LetterBusiness organizations reframe, retool, reinvigorate, reenergize, and reinvent themselves to be competitive in the global market, to keep up-to-date with technology changes, and to remain "on the cutting edge."With a struggling economy, businesses constantly reassess their methods of operation to ensure that clients are provided with the best products and services.The same reframing strategies that businesses use can easily be adapted by students to find jobs.
Setting the Stage
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Ann Keeling is a professor in the Division of Professional Practice at the University of Cincinnati.
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The Value Of Internships And Co-op Opportunities For College Students
www.blackcollegian.com, 23 Feb 2002 [cached]
Ann Keeling, associate director, division of professional practice, University of Cincinnati, believes that the extended college year is one of the reasons co-op programs have low minority participation."The program is not widely used by African Americans because many are first generation college students and are trying to graduate as quickly as they can.More thought needs to be given to training, and while in college you need to take advantage of all options available."
Choosing the program that is right for you is an important decision.There are several factors most students consider before making a decision.Work experience may be needed to showcase experience in your resume and make you more marketable.
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Echoing the same sentiment, Keeling explains that the integration of classroom instruction and practical training in a structured environment gives you the opportunity to test out your major prior to graduation.
"A co-op program paints a more vivid picture of what individuals do in certain professions.Once you experience a certain job environment and see what that job entails, you may not like it.At least you'll have the option to change your career path if it's not what you want to do.Keeling also mentions "the real benefit of this program is that you are able to acquire work experience that gives you more advantage than a four-year graduate without work experience, thereby, making you more attractive to prospective employers and competitive in the job market."
Anderson takes this thought a step further by explaining that employers want to see that you've had some type of job experience before they consider you for an internship.
December 2002 Edition
www.black-collegian.com, 1 Dec 2002 [cached]
By Ann E. Keeling
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