The priority for this week is preparing for your final exams. I know that this a stressful time for all of you as you are wrapping up yet another semester. Here, I provide some important tips that will be helpful to your mental and emotional health during final’s week:
A resume is something many students struggle with as they start applying to jobs and internships. There are countless ways to write it with so many factors to keep in mind while writing it. It is easy to get caught up in focusing on your own skills and experiences and forget about the qualifications required for the position you are applying for.
Want to be part of a startup? Interested in front end development? Well, you’ve come to the right place! Weekly is a startup using machine learning to improve users’ productivity and give information back to them about their habits! This position will require someone who is dedicated, creative and a self-starter!
The first step in getting the most of out Handshake is to claim your Handshake account. Handshake asks the student to answer a variety of questions from their major and GPA to their ideal industries.
Sometimes we may find ourselves getting busy during the academic semester and that is normal. However, what I have found as a career services practitioner over the years is that students will make countless excuses as they are progressing through the career development stages/phases. In this blog, I will present some of the common “yes, but” phrases that I have observed in the Career Center over the years from students. We can think of the “yes, but” statements as negative career cognitions that you are likely to say as you are navigating the career development process. In order to assist you with these negative career cognitions, positive reframes of the “yes, but” statements will also be provided.