Vault’s Top 50 Public Sector Consulting Firms

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Are you interested in public policy but unsure how to incorporate it into a career?  Consider consulting!

Consulting in the public sector allows you to impact your community in these ways:

Increasing public awareness of an issue
Changing public perception …

By Kaitlynn Cull
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Jumpstart your Career with the PACE Minor in Leaders + Leadership

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The College of Arts + Sciences’ Political and Civic Engagement (PACE) program has announced a Minor in Leaders + Leadership. The existing PACE certificate focuses on developing leadership skills through the theoretical and practical study of political and civic engagement …

By Dana Vanderburgh
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Resource Highlight: Yearbook of International Organizations

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If you’re interested in working with an international non-profit organization, check out the Open Yearbook, published by The Union of International Associations. Search by topic area (human rights, sustainability, development, etc.) to find organizations and opportunities to do great work …

By Kaitlynn Cull
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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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