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08/08/07 06:06 AM
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I think volunteering to help with a project for any entity would be a great way to advance your knowledge and learn new skills.  Interning would be another way to get involved and it might lead to a job prospect as well.  Either of these experiences would be accomplishments for your resume that employers would recognize as job-related experience.  Sometimes you just need to get in "the trenches" to really grasp something that you've been educated in or learn a totally new skill. 

 Good Luck!

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