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Ann E. Keeling

Professor In the Division of Professional Practice

University of Cincinnati

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University of Cincinnati

2600 Clifton Avenue

Cincinnati, Ohio,45221

United States

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The University of Cincinnati's FETCHLAB™ was the first institution the world to have the capability to teach animal audiology. The University of Cincinnati's Graduate School offers an Animal Audiology Certificate to qualified candidates. The educational obje...more

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Employment History

Finance and Accounting Student Coordinator

University of Cinti


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The Black Collegian


Senior Vice President

Black Career Women


Sales Associate

First Colonial Bank


Advertising Assistant

A. J. Rhodes & Associates


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U.S. Department of Education


Associate Director of the Cooperative Education Program

Wilberforce University


Assistant Director

Center for the Advancement of Cooperative Education


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How To Design A Marketable Resume And Cover Letter

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by Ann E. Keeling Ann Keeling is a professor in the Division of Professional Practice at the University of Cincinnati.


Chattanooga African American Chamber of Commerce

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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.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.


How To Design A Marketable Resume And Cover Letter

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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 StageAnn Keeling is a professor in the Division of Professional Practice at the University of Cincinnati. [top of page] Graduate/Professional School • What's HappeningMilitary Opportunity Job Bank • African-American Issues • Global StudyX-Tra Curricular • About Us /Site Charter • Monthly Issues • Home


Black Career Women: About us :non-profit, tax-exempt organization, professional development of black women

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Ann E. Keeling
Ann E. Keeling, one of the founding members of Black Career Women, is Sr. Vice President & Treasurer. For over twenty-five years, she has assisted Black Women, students, and others across the country to overcome barriers of racism and sexism in their careers while striving for professional or higher level responsibilities in the career marketplace. As a Professor in the Division of Professional Practice, the office that administers the Cooperative Education Program at the University of Cincinnati, she is responsible for providing administrative support and assistance to the division's faculty, and staff as well as addressing the needs of employers, faculty, students and colleges served. Much of Ann's professional visibility has been in the field of cooperative education and related work with multiethnic students. Most recently she was recognized as co-author of chapter 13, College-to-Career Transition Programs for Multiethnic Students in The Senior Year Experience - Facilitating Integration, Reflection, Closure & Transition (Gardner, et.al., 1998). She has served as consultant to the U.S. Department of Education, Division of Institutional and State Incentive Programs, Cooperative Education Branch in Washington, D.C.; State of New Jersey; Program External Evaluator for Project CAP - a Career Advancement Plan for undergraduate minorities and women at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, N.J.; Training Advisory Council for the Midwest Center for Cooperative Education at the University of Detroit; and the Advisory Board for the Kalamazoo College Cooperative Education demonstration project entitled, Cooperative Education Marketing, Inc. Before joining the University of Cincinnati, Ann was the Associate Director of the Cooperative Education Program at Wilberforce University, Wilberforce, Ohio. She also served as Assistant Director of the Center for the Advancement of Cooperative Education in Developing Institutions, Cooperative Education Department, Central State University. The Center was a training program conceived and administered by Wilberforce University and Central State University. Ann received her B.S. degree in Elementary Education with Certification in Special Education ­ MR from Norfolk State University in Norfold, VA; M.S. degree in Special Education ­ MR from Ferkauf Graduate School, Yeshiva University; and Dual Specialist Certificates in Learning Disabilities and Mental Retardation from Yeshiva University, New York, New York.


The Value Of Internships And Co-op Opportunities For College Students

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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.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.


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