College to Career Transition

Addressing the Wage Gap and Financial Challenges Faced by Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

According to the National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF), there are over 50 ethnic subgroups that make up the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. A recent article on their website, “Fighting for Equal Pay for AAPI …

By Kristen Soprano
Kristen Soprano Career Consultant Kristen Soprano
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How a Religious Individual Can Approach a Job Interview

I hope for a day where individuals are not discriminated against for their religious beliefs, being in a nation that enumerates that right within our Constitution. However, that day has not come to fruition, and we still witness our peers …

By Ethan Couillard
Ethan Couillard Ethan Couillard
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2021 First Destination Outcomes For Undergraduate Students

The Center for Career Development is pleased to report that the results for the 2021 graduating class indicate that 90% of undergraduate students have reported favorable outcomes at the six-month post-graduation milestone. This represents a 5-percentage point increase from last year’s result of 85%.

By Jim Lowe
Jim Lowe Assistant Vice Provost, Executive Director Jim Lowe
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Guide to Sports Careers for Non-Athletes

Contrary to the popular belief, you can build a successful career in the sports industry even if you are not an athlete or a person who has certain athletic experience. You can always show your support for the sports industry …

By Aaron Mayer
Aaron Mayer
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How to Use Job Market Insights

Did you know the Career Center’s website has a tool that will allow you to see real life employment data from across the country? It’s called Job Market Insights (JMI), and if used right, it can help inform your career …

By Erik Zawodniak
Erik Zawodniak Erik Zawodniak
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Career Insights from Wilma Mankiller – First Female Chief of the Cherokee Nation

This blog is part of a series documenting notable people from underrepresented groups and the career insights they provide us. As you read, click links to access additional career development resources.

Wilma Mankiller (1945-2010): Don’t let people define you. Define …

By Erik Zawodniak
Erik Zawodniak Erik Zawodniak
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Cafecito con HACE: A Career Resource for Latinx Students

Are you a Latinx student who wants to make a commitment to your career development? It can be as easy as sitting down with your cafecito (coffee) every Wednesday from 10:00 – 10:30 AM with the Hispanic Alliance for Career …

By Erik Zawodniak
Erik Zawodniak Erik Zawodniak
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Welcome to the Non-profit, Social Service, and other Careers for the Common Good Community!

Welcome to the Non-profit, Social Service, and other Careers for the Common Good Community! The Center for Career Development understands that the job and internship search can be overwhelming, especially when trying to find opportunities in common good careers. This …

By Alexis Cortes
Alexis Cortes Graduate Assistant Alexis Cortes
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A Year-by-Year Approach for Developing a Personal Career Plan during your College Years

First-year students are usually surprised to learn that career planning is a process that begins as early as your first year and is continuously developed through all your college years. Career development is a lifelong process, and today is the …

By Desiree Martino
Desiree Martino Career Coach Desiree Martino
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8 Reasons to Consider a Career in Healthcare and Wellness

If you’re looking for an exciting, rewarding and fast-paced career, the healthcare and wellness field may be right for you. 

There are many different pathways to healthcare, each with its own unique set of responsibilities. The Center for Career Development …

By Zachary Macinnes
Zachary Macinnes Assistant Director of Corporate Partner Relations Zachary Macinnes
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