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SENIORS: now is a good time to start thinking about your life after college. It may sound like a scary idea, but your Career Advisors have all “been there, done that” and we want to help you make a smooth …

By Chris Klein
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Common Interview Questions & How to Tackle Them

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You can’t prepare for EVERY question you might experience in an interview but you can prepare for a few common ones!  From “Tell me about yourself.” to “What do you know about our company?” here’s some pointers on how to …

By Lauren Little
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Your Greatest Challenge Can Become Your Greatest Achievement

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Guest Blogger Amy Cornell reflects on her greatest academic challenge: science.

In high school, I didn’t do very well in Chemistry. I got the worst grades I had ever gotten, and I learned my lesson as an eleventh grader:  You …

By Lauren Little
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Summer Intern Spotlight: Social Media Intern for Cook Medical

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Summer Intern Spotlight: Jake, Social Media Intern for Cook Medical

What are the College of Arts+Sciences students up to this summer?  Quite a bit, actually!  Jake sat down with us to talk a little about his summer internship with Cook Medical …

By Lauren Little
Lauren Little Career Coach Lauren Little
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From Me to You – Advice from Journalism Alum, Lynae S.

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 Lynae Sowinski, Editorial Director of Limestone Post Magazine, took some time to share career advice with current students.

Q: What do you wish someone would have told you as you prepared to enter the workforce?

L: Try out as …

By Laura Fonseca
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Transition to Teaching – Your Gateway to Sharing Your Passion

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Think back to the days when you sat in your favorite class in middle school or high school. Was it math, English, biology, Japanese, history, theater, journalism, or something else? (Mine was math until I took German in high school.) You …

By Chris Klein
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Sharpen Your Film Making Skills

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Project Involve is a free, intensive, nine-month annual program that offers 30 up-and-coming film professionals from under-represented communities the opportunity to hone skills, form creative partnerships, utilize free or low-cost production resources and ultimately gain the industry access necessary to …

By Lauren Little
Lauren Little Career Coach Lauren Little
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Highlights From “Dipping Your Toe Into Science Careers”

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On March 22, students were invited to “dip their toes” into science careers through the ASCS Volunteer Fair held in Jordan Hall.  Volunteering not only allows the opportunity to give back, but also helps students build experience that can lead to internships …

By Mary White
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The Power of Communication in Health and Wellness

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The “soft skill” of good communication: Take a peek at how this skill is changing lives in the Health and Wellness Industy.

“Research evidence indicates that there are strong positive relationships between a healthcare team member’s communication skills and …

By Suzanne Fodor
Suzanne Fodor Career Coach Suzanne Fodor
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Pay Yourself First to be Rich Forever

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Summer is here, which means it’s time to find part-time (or full-time) work and start building up a savings account again. To get the most bang for your buck, however, you have to think long-term. Investing in yourself – and …

By Chris Klein
Chris Klein Career Coach Chris Klein
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