To the Career Center at your campus. Ideally, you should do this as early as possible in your final year. In fact, the beginning of the first semester of your final year is best. Why? Three reasons. First, many Career Centers will put together a paper or electronic resume collection which may be sent to prospective employers. Second, they may send out your resume (either hardcopy or electronic) to employers requesting resumes for prospective graduates in a particular major or career focus. And third, your Career Center may not allow you to sign up for on-campus interviewing until this step is complete.
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