INTRODUCTION TO THE FINANCE, ACCOUNTING, INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE INTEREST COMMUNITY

The Finance, Accounting, Insurance & Real Estate Career Interest Community offers customized support for students, which may include specialized career fairs, networks, employer visits, events and resources. Our Career Community, while facilitated by Career Services, is a collective and collaborative effort involving all students, faculty, staff, alumni, and employers in the career development process.

All Career Communities will give you the opportunity to:

  • MEET other students with similar interests
  • ENGAGE with faculty members, alumni, and employers in your interest area
  • CONSULT with mentors and advisors
  • ACCESS the many resources available to you at Ithaca College

Your career is a journey, not a destination. Let’s work together towards your success!

How Can College Students Navigate The Career Search During The Coronavirus Outbreak?

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This article is a Q&A with Umesh Ramakrishnan, Co-CEO of Kingsley Gate Partners—a global executive search firm with expertise in private equity, life sciences, financial services, technology, manufacturing and professional services—to provide insight.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/kimberlywhitler/2020/03/28/how-can-business-school-students-navigate-the-career-search-during-the-coronavirus-crisis/#4a4b7c596d46

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Tips from a Peer Career Advisor: Building and Improving Your LinkedIn Profile

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In this day and age of connectivity and networking, it’s important to have a professional online presence. Building yourself an online community of professionals and friends who can help you accomplish your long-term goals is almost necessary to succeed in …

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What to write for the “Skills” section of your Resume by PCA Giulia

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There are two main ones that employers look for: soft skills and hard skills.

1. Hard skills show you’re great for a specific job. Nobody is born with them.

Examples: coding, budgeting, and certified in Microsoft Excel

2. Soft skills …

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Don’t stop looking for your next career move!

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Don’t stop looking for your next career move!

Motivation from PCA Cole

Although job and internship opportunities might sound bleak, the world has not ended! Companies recognize that they need interns and young professionals in order to have new talent …

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20 Video Interview Tips to Help You Dazzle the Hiring Manager and Get the Job

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By now, you’re probably familiar with the basics of setting up for a video interview: Find a quiet, clean place to have it, make sure your mic is turned on, and—seriously—put on some pants. But with more and more employers …

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Expert advice to answer your career questions
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