T-Shaped Learners are Recruiters’ Top Choice

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It’s the start of a new academic year and campus is bustling with students, administrators and faculty preparing for the fall quarter. This time of year we think about buying or renting books, laptops, tablets, software as well as lab …

By Maria Kuntz
Maria Kuntz Assistant Director, Advancement Marketing Maria Kuntz
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Busy Students: Time Management Tips for Your Job or Internship Search

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In between classes, sporting events, parties, studying, intramurals, and student government, it’s a wonder students ever have a chance to sleep. And for seniors, finding a job tacks on another added pressure. How can you balance your daily routine while prepping …

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5 Critical Tips for Professional Emails

5 critical tips for professional emails

Email might not be college students’ favorite form of communication, but it is a critical communication method in the world of work and your job search.  Be certain to make a positive impression by following these 5 quick tips:

1) Reply within …

By Heidi Perman
Heidi Perman Executive Director, Career & Professional Development Heidi Perman
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Top 10 salary negotiation tips

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Those who have visited our website (CareersWiki) may be wondering why we focus so much on salary data across the country.

But this is not the question you should be asking. The right question is: Is knowing all the salary …

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5 Ways to Stay Sane During Your Job Search

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When applying to numerous jobs and internships, it can be overwhelming to keep track of each opportunity and their different hiring timelines! Here are some tips to help you stay organized:

1) Save your cover letter and resume as a …

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