Career Success Begins with the Little Things


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, you wouldn’t have full access to all of their great materials! …

By Kaitlynn Cull
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Student Spotlight: Introducing Guest Blogger Hayley Hollenberg

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Introducing Guest Blogger Hayley Hollenberg

Year: Junior/Hometown: Hagerstown, Indiana/Major: Psychology/Minors: Sociology and Communication & Public Advocacy

What did you want to be as a child?

As a child, I distinctly remember wanting to be three different things before I settled …

By Suzanne Fodor
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CAP: What It Is and Why It’s Important


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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