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Job Interview Questions, Answers, and Tips to Prepare

Do you have a job interview coming up? Are you prepared? The best way to get ready for an interview is to take the time to review the most common interview questions you will most likely be asked, along with …

By Keith Hassell
Keith Hassell Executive Director Keith Hassell
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What to Know as a First-Generation College Student

“First-generation college students often deal with financial stress and the pressure of family expectations”, read more here: https://www.usnews.com/education/best-colleges/articles/2019-05-14/what-you-should-know-as-a-first-generation-college-student

By Keith Hassell
Keith Hassell Executive Director Keith Hassell
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How to Get to Know Your College Professors

The Scoop: How to Get to Know Your College Professors

Read more here: https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/find-colleges/academic-life/the-scoop-how-to-get-to-know-your-college-professors

 

By Keith Hassell
Keith Hassell Executive Director Keith Hassell
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8 RESUME BUILDING ACTIVITIES DURING THE HOLIDAYS

The holiday lull is real.

Hiring managers are often on vacation. Job postings reduce in volume as companies go into year-end planning. If you are looking for your next employment opportunity, the holidays make it seem like there’s not much …

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

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

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/12/01/being-unemployed-for-too-long-during-covid-19-can-hurt-you-what-to-do-about-it.html?__source=newsletter%7Cmakeit

By Sheila Lillis
Sheila Lillis Associate Director Sheila Lillis
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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, …

By Katelyn Norkowski
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Here’s exactly what to say in your thank-you email after a job interview

In a tight job market where there are more people looking for jobs than there are open positions, it’s important to do as much as possible to stand out from the competition.

One element of the process that may get …

By Sheila Lillis
Sheila Lillis Associate Director Sheila Lillis
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What to Know About Virtual Career Fairs

VIRTUAL CAREER FAIRS, also known as virtual hiring events and online career fairs, are the new normal based on the need for social distancing and proliferation in remote work. These next-gen events, however, have been on the rise for years due …

By Katelyn Norkowski
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New Mentor Program Connects Students with Professionals

Sophomores meet monthly with mentors and benefit from their insight and experience

Sacred Heart University’s Mentoring Visionary Pioneers (MVP) Program recently completed its successful inaugural year, despite moving its sessions online due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The MVP program connects …

By Corey Stokes
Corey Stokes Associate Director of Career Student Engagement Corey Stokes
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Milford (CT) Police Department Panel & Recruitment Session 2020

We had the privilege of hosting the Milford Police Department for a virtual recruitment event yesterday. The recruiting officers shared the benefits of working for the City of Milford; but also took the time to discuss the benefits of a …

By Patti Moran
Patti Moran Director of Career Programming & Experiential Learning Patti Moran
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