Career Success Begins with the Little Things

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Career success begins with the little things.  I’m talking, of course, about the attitude and mindset you bring to your life.

As a career coach I speak with students on a daily basis about things like resumes, job or internship searching, …

By Lauren Little
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Glamour’s College Women of the Year Competition ~ Apply Now!

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Each year for the last 61 years, Glamour has been recognizing ten outstanding students: scientists, athletes, activists, businesswomen. The one thing they have in common, aside from being in college, is that they’re incredible at what they do. They are …

By Carrye Simmons
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Resource Spotlight: Vault

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The Walter Center offers lots of great resources for students – one of those resources is Vault.  Now, if you were to leave this page and go to vault.com, you wouldn’t have full access to all of their great materials! …

By Kaitlynn Cull
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CAP: What It Is and Why It’s Important

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Let’s play a game. Do you know the average salary for a Biology major in 2016? How about where most Computer Science majors got their jobs from in the same year? Here’s an easy one, approximately how many History majors went on …

By Carrye Simmons
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The Walter Center Wants YOU to Manage Your Career Community Alerts!

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Have you been perusing the Walter Center website lately and wondered about the pesky tab on the bottom right corner that says “Manage Career Community Alerts”  that you just can’t make go away?  I know that we are constantly managing alerts …

By Kaitlynn Cull
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