My 5-10 Minute Pitch

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of speaking to over 200 parents and high school students at the School of Fine Arts Annual Discovery Day. At this event parents and prospective students immerse themselves in the arts and discover what it’s …

By Jennifer Grunwald
Jennifer Grunwald Career Consultant, School of Fine Arts Profile Picture
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Taking Career Development Knowledge and Instruction Directly into the Classroom

For many years the Center for Career Development (CCD) has provided students and alumni with an array of tools, technologies and information to aid in the career development and management process. Primarily accomplished through extracurricular workshops, meetings and interventions in …

By Paul Gagnon
Paul Gagnon Career Consultant, College of Agriculture, Health, and Natural Resources Paul Gagnon
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The International Internship: An Unexpected Journey

I want you to picture yourself in a place somewhere around the world that you want to visit in your lifetime, anywhere at all. Now, when I tell you that going to a place like this is very possible during …

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What’s a co-op? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you.

Co-ops, or co-operative education, are full-time, paid positions with an organization where students are working an entire semester at a company rather than in the classroom. They’re usually 6 months long and start in either January (for the Spring semester) …

By Ashley Browning
Ashley Browning Assistant Director, Corporate Partner Relations Ashley Browning
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Tailor Made: A Résumé that Reflects You


Same as tailoring clothes to fit your body, you should tailor your résumé to fit each specific position for which you are applying.  I couldn’t even count how many different résumés I have created over the years.  From public …

By Christina Harney
Christina Harney Graduate Assistant Christina Harney
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