Arts & Humanities

What to do After a Career Fair

Over the past week, you were able to get some face-to-face time with recruiters either in person or through virtual sessions. You may be thinking, “Now what?” How do you keep the momentum going, and secure a potential internship or …

By Maureen Langley
Maureen Langley Designer & Marketing Coordinator Maureen Langley
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Now Hiring: Orr Fellowship helps new Grads become Entrepreneurs

There are several things a student might be worried about when graduating. Is it smart to take a job in a new city? How does one make friends after leaving college? How does one break into certain industries if they’ve …

By Hillary Nienhouse
Hillary Nienhouse Assistant Director, Employer Relations Hillary Nienhouse
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Now Hiring: Fellowships… for Undergrads?

If you are an undergraduate student, you might have considered gaining work experience through a job or internship. But did you know that a fellowship is also an option? 

Fellowships have a reputation as only being available to graduate students, …

By Hillary Nienhouse
Hillary Nienhouse Assistant Director, Employer Relations Hillary Nienhouse
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Alum Steve Rosen’s Company CreateOn Expands World of Play

CreateOn is a colorful creation studio where new, cool, fun products and experiences are made. Using our SuperColor® Technology, we bring you exciting creations by taking products and brands that everyone loves and reimagine them to create new experiences that …

By William Pape
William Pape Peer Coach William Pape
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All Careers Considered: Working in the Sports Industry and Becoming an Author with Julie DiCaro

This week we spoke with Julie DiCaro. Julie graduated in 1995 with a degree in Journalism. She currently works at Deadspin as a Senior Editor and recently released a book titled Sidelined: Sports, Culture, and Being a Woman in America.  …

By Camryn Schreiner
Camryn Schreiner Videography Intern Camryn Schreiner
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