The Arts, Music & Theatre Career Interest Community is designed for students, alumni, faculty, staff, and employers who have interest in music, arts, photography, theater, and more!

This community gives you the opportunity to learn, network, collaborate, engage, and mentor each other in the career development process.

10 Tips to Crush Your Next Video Interview

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10 Tips to Crush Your Next Video Interview

Lindsey Plewa an Associate Director of Career Advising at the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch. She provides career coaching services to MBA and MS students and …

By Cheryl Rotyliano
Cheryl Rotyliano Assistant Director of Career Engagement and Education Cheryl Rotyliano
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PCA Lochlyn Shares: How to Network Remotely


How to Network Remotely

By PCA Lochlyn





Now that career fairs and network nights are on a temporary pause, what can you do to make sure that potential employers and contacts are still seeing you? 

Who …

By Peer Career Advisor: Lochlyn
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Want to get experience this summer? Apply for a Micro-Internship!

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Micro-Internships are remote, short-term, and project-based opportunities for you to get experience, build an existing skill, and receive mentorship from an alum of IC! Some examples of projects include social media, video editing, research, writing, etc.
Find these Micro-Internships by …
By Jennifer Pawlewicz
Jennifer Pawlewicz Career Engagement and Marketing Specialist Jennifer Pawlewicz
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How to Ask for Help in Your Job Search During COVID-19 (Email Templates Included!)

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If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a million times: When you’re job searching, you should tap into your network for advice and assistance. But the COVID-19 pandemic—and the record unemployment that’s come with it—has turned so many aspects …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions
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“To Whom It May Concern:” and Cover Letters

"To Whom It May Concern:" and Cover Letters

Lauren McAdams’ article, Is “To Whom It May Concern” Acceptable on a Cover Letter?, summarizing her survey in Resume Companion, shows trends and discusses feedback from recruiters about the impact (or not) of writing “To Whom it May Concern:” in …

By Kimberly Lieb
Kimberly Lieb Assistant Director for Industry and Community Engagement Kimberly Lieb
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