Jobs you’ve never heard of that might be for you

Doctor, lawyer, teacher, engineer, salesperson…the list goes on. These are jobs we’ve all heard of, and may or may not have the skills or desire to be. But have you heard of food stylist, chief listening officer, futurist, computational linguist

By Lisa McGuire
Lisa McGuire Associate Director, Corporate Partner Relations
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#MediaMentors 5 Career Lessons from “This is Us”

***Spoiler alert*** If you haven’t caught up on season two of the hit show “This is Us,” stop what you’re doing, binge on Hulu for a few hours, and then read this post.

Once you spend some time thinking about …

By Emily Merritt
Emily Merritt Career Consultant, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
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Why Post-Interview Thank You Notes Actually Matter

Post-interview thank-you notes do matter and you need to write them. Here’s why!

Simply put, it’s good manners. Think back to the day of a childhood birthday where your parents made you write a thank-you note to your classmates, friends, …

By Corinne Golash
Corinne Golash
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Networking: A Guide for the Timid & Easily Intimidated

“Network, network, network.” I can’t count the amount of times I’ve heard this ~simple~ advice. We are always told that networking is one of the best ways to advance our career, but for many of us, it’s not as straight …

By Arianna Dines
Arianna Dines
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Leaving with Grace & Professionalism

Well, summer is almost over, folks (I know, I know). As one season changes to another, many students are ending summer internships and professionals are closing out seasonal or temporary experiences. Along with change comes the awkwardness of saying goodbye. …

By Ana Clara Blesso
Ana Clara Blesso Associate Director, Career Coaching & Experiential Learning
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