How can Career Services help you this summer? LET US KNOW!

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Career Services wants to make sure that we’re supporting you over the summer! Please fill out the survey below to let us know your preferences for how you’d like to receive career help.

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Professionally Poppin’ with PCA Ishie

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Just be yourself and go for the professional life you want. Here is a quick presentation for you to take a look at that overviews how to be professionally poppin’ through self-evaluation and reflection.

Who are you?
What do you value?

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5 Communication Tips for Virtual Connection

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By Jennifer Pawlewicz
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New Operations for Career Services

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What a week!

We know that this is an unprecedented and confusing time, and you may have a lot of questions about what will be taking place during the next few weeks. Like the rest of campus, Career Services is …

By Jennifer Pawlewicz
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Help Yourself & Help Others…. Become a PCA!

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Peer Career Advisors learn extensively about resumes, cover letters, interviewing, job and internship searching, networking, etc. These are skills that help YOU and help OTHERS. We give our PCAs extensive training, so you don’t need to come with prior experience! …

By Cheryl Rotyliano
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Careers Toolbox for Undergraduate Physics Students & their Mentors

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The society of physics students has developed a really cool (FREE) career resource for undergraduate students who are studying physics.  Visit their webpage for more information and resources, and download the toolbox here!
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PRSSA: Oh, the Places You’ll Go

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While students struggle to find a place in the communications industry, PRSSA guides young professionals to their communications careers 

Like most students, when Andrew Cook, PRSSA National immediate past president, joined PRSSA, he had no idea where his …

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What Every College Student Should Be Doing For Career Success

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By Shelcy V. Joseph

There are different types of college students: the ones who spend their years locked away in the library, the ones who leave everything to the last minute, the ones who spend more time socializing than studying, …

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Why Medicine Needs You

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Stories of pre-medical students knowing they want to be a doctor from a young age has never resonated with me. The critical side of me would argue that when we are young, we are socialized by our parents, teachers and …

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5 Career Tips for the Young Professional

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I, like many other attendees at this year’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) National Conference, was in search for some career advice. The public relations industry is competitive and for most of us, getting our foot in the …

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