GA Blog Post – Fern’s 8 Things he Wished he Knew as an Undergrad

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            As you move through college you see and experience many things. Some that shock you and some that you never see coming, yet both still leave a lesson to be learned. Looking back, I wouldn’t have done anything differently …

By Fernando Pires
Fernando Pires Career Advising & Recruitment Coordinator
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Jumpstarting Your Legal Internship Search: Government Roles

One benefit to pursuing a career in the legal field is that the opportunities are limitless—private practice, in-house, academia, nonprofit legal work, prosecution, government—and the list goes on. One area that should not be overlooked is he federal government—interning with …

By Fernando Pires
Fernando Pires Career Advising & Recruitment Coordinator
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HR, Sales & Operations Virtual Panel Discussion (2-23-22)

The Center for Career and Professional Development hosted an HR, Sales & Operations Virtual Panel Discussion on Wednesday, February 23rd from 5PM – 6PM.  The event was part of a series of events held during Recruitment Week where we focused on …

By Sheila Lillis
Sheila Lillis Associate Director
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International Student Career Readiness Workshop – How to Navigate the U.S. Job Market (2-25-22)

The Center for Career and Professional Development hosted an International Student Career Readiness Workshop – How to Navigate the U.S. Job Market on Friday, February 25th from 12PM-1PM.

The event highlighted Career Resources, Employment Eligibility, Search Tools & Resume Formatting …

By Sheila Lillis
Sheila Lillis Associate Director
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20 HR Podcasts for Human Resources Professionals

Introduction

Podcasts can provide listeners with the chance to easily digest information while on the go. Whether you’re on your morning commute, cleaning the house on a Saturday afternoon, or on your evening walk, podcasts are readily available during your …

By Fernando Pires
Fernando Pires Career Advising & Recruitment Coordinator
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WHY A MICROSOFT EXCEL CERTIFICATION IS WORTH IT FOR YOUR CAREER

Technology evolves quickly. It seems at the speed of light, and we assume that everybody keeps up to date. While some have had years of experience with applications the Microsoft Office suite of PowerPoint, Word, Excel, Outlook, and others, many …

By Fernando Pires
Fernando Pires Career Advising & Recruitment Coordinator
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The Everything Guide to Working as an HR Manager

Have you ever wanted to:

Help someone land their dream job at a company they’ll absolutely love?
Help a coworker negotiate the raise they deserve or arrange a more flexible schedule so they can go to culinary school on the …

By Erica Sweeney - The Muse
The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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How to navigate your way through American workplace culture

The United States is often perceived as a country of hard workers. This belief is deeply rooted in the “American Dream” ideology that equality is available to everyone, regardless of their background, if they are willing to work hard for …

By Sheila Lillis
Sheila Lillis Associate Director
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Looking for a Remote Job? It’s Time to Update Your Resume

Employers are going to want to be convinced that you are able to work from home. Here are a few simple changes to get that across.

Are you the kind of employee with the skills to work remotely? It’s time …

By Sheila Lillis
Sheila Lillis Associate Director
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Five Things to Know BEFORE Signing Any Healthcare Contract

Congratulations on your job offer! You may be fresh out of training and excited to finally make a decent salary or transitioning into a better role. Regardless of your stage in life, handling your contract intelligently will serve to benefit …

By Danielle Kelvas - Hospital Recruiting
Hospital Recruiting
Hospital Recruiting | Physician and Healthcare Job Board.
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