This Is What Students Want Us to Know About Pandemic Learning

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“Those of you quarantined without kids, how is it? Is it relaxing? Are there naps? Can you just do what you want all day? Talk dirty to me, tell me about the good times…” Long Island, N.Y., parent, Nicole Bruno.

We …

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Being unemployed for too long during Covid-19 can hurt you – Here’s what to do about it

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Yes, being unemployed for too long during Covid-19 can hurt you, says career expert. Here’s what to do about it:

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By Sheila Lillis
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Jillian Schuellain’s SHU MVP Experience

Jillian Schuellain's SHU MVP Experience

Over this past Summer I was given the amazing opportunity to be a part of the first group of students in Sacred Heart’s Career Center’s newest alumni-mentoring program called SHU MVP. Through this program I was matched with a recent …

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Event Recap: Veterans Career Conversations

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On November 11, 2020 (Veterans Day) from 5:00pm-6:00pm, Sheila Lillis and Helen Boyke of The Center for Career and Professional Development hosted its 2nd annual Veterans Career Conversations that offered career guidance and insights post military life.

The lively and …

By Helen Boyke
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Event Recap: Physician Assistant’s Employer Career Connection Fair

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The Center for Career and Professional Development hosted its 2nd annual Employer Career Connection Fair for the upcoming graduates in SHU’s Physician Assistant (PA) Studies program on Monday, November 16, 2020 from 1:00pm-4:00pm.  Unlike last year’s event, this exclusive invitation …

By Helen Boyke
Helen Boyke Director of Alumni, Veteran and Graduate Career Development Helen Boyke
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Event Recap: Physician Assistant Morning Brew Interview

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On Monday, November 16, 2020 from 9:00am-12:30pm, The Center for Career and Professional Development hosted its first in a series of Morning Brew Interviews in partnership with Kathy Strauch of SOHO Health to engage their members with SHU’s upcoming graduates …

By Helen Boyke
Helen Boyke Director of Alumni, Veteran and Graduate Career Development Helen Boyke
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Reinventing Your Career in the Time of Coronavirus

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by Herminia Ibarra

Unexpected events or shocks disrupt our habitual routines, jolt us out of our comfort zones, and lead us to ask big questions about what matters and what is worth doing. It’s no wonder, then, that during the …

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13 Jobs to Get You Out of the Classroom But Not Out of Education

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The high stakes associated with teaching aren’t a secret. As educators, we’re acutely aware of the significant demands of teaching. When I hear people outside the profession refer to teaching as “a little bit stressful,” I can’t help but bless their little hearts. Since education …

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How the COVID-19 Pandemic Affected my Job.

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The times we are currently facing have been one of the most difficult times we have seen, it is unlike any other thing we have experienced. At the beginning of the pandemic I had lost my job, and I was …

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More green spaces can help boost air quality, reduce heart disease deaths

More green spaces can help boost air quality, reduce heart disease deaths

Green spaces — trees, shrubs and grasses — can improve air quality and may lower heart disease deaths, according to preliminary research to be presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2020. The meeting will be held virtually, Friday, …

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