If Only I Had Known

With classes now fully in motion and the reality of papers to write, hundreds of pages to read, and clearly not enough hours in the day (or night) to cross everything off your “To Do” list, you might be wondering, …

By Kay Kimball Gruder
Kay Kimball Gruder Assistant Director of Graduate Student Career Programs and Services Kay Kimball Gruder
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Last Minute Career Fair Tips

Many of you are already on your way to the Career Fair taking place today all across campus in Gampel, Rome, and the Student Union Ballroom. I’m sure by now, you’ve narrowed your target list of employers you’d like to …

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The Art of the Elevator Pitch

It truly is a creative art. There’s not only one “correct” statement or way to go about developing an elevator pitch. I’ve heard multiple perspectives over the last several years. However, here are my top 10 strategies for developing and …

By Jennifer Grunwald
Jennifer Grunwald Career Consultant, School of Fine Arts Profile Picture
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Jobs With Great Work-Life Balance

As students move from a learning environment to a work environment, its important to find a great work-life balance. Check out this article written by Sanjay Salomon of the Boston.com Staff which includes a list of top jobs to achieve …

By Pamela Zagami
Pamela Zagami Administrative Services Specialist Pamela Zagami
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Make a Lasting Impression in Less Than 5 Minutes

Relationships are the catalyst for success. Making connections and building mutually beneficial relationships enable you to seek new career opportunities, develop knowledge resources, and accelerate your professional development.

Here are 5 tips to make a lasting impression:

Give a powerful …

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How To Balance Your Life

Ever get that overwhelming feeling that there just is not enough time in the day to get everything done?

You’re not alone. More and more students are taking harder courses, getting involved in more extracurricular activities, securing a job, etc., …

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Playing Dress Up

I ran my own babysitting business during high school. I felt like I had a lot of responsibility as a 15 year old and then definitely enjoyed when the kids would go to bed and I would find some delicious …

By Helen Schafer
Helen Schafer Coordinator for Outreach and Programming Graduate Assistant Helen Schafer
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6 Ways to Maximize Your Internship Using LinkedIn

We can all agree that making the most of your internship is important for building experience, networking with employers and other interns, and possibly landing that full time position after you graduate. There are many articles describing how you can …

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Who’s on Your Job Search Team?

Too often I see people embark on the job search process alone, but there’s nothing that states that the job search process should be a solo endeavor. People have teams to help them do everything, like learn to run a …

By Kay Kimball Gruder
Kay Kimball Gruder Assistant Director of Graduate Student Career Programs and Services Kay Kimball Gruder
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Researching Employers for a Career Fair

The Center for Career Development’s Career Fairs are a great opportunity to network with employers and explore potential internship and job opportunities. It’s important to remember that just showing up at a Career Fair with your résumé is not enough …

By Emily Merritt
Emily Merritt Career Consultant, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Emily Merritt
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