Are you FBI Ready?

In collaboration with the FBI, Athletics and Career and Professional Development, we are hosting an event called: Train Like an FBI Agent on Friday, April 26 from 11am – 1pm at the outdoor track. Registration and a signed waiver are …

By Jessica Pugliese
Jessica Pugliese Assistant Director, Employer Relations
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“Careers in Bloom”

The Career Champions Admin Team invites you to a casual celebration of our year. Please come for all or part of the event.

May 14| 10am-12pm

Science library atrium

RSVP no later than May 3rd: https://tinyurl.com/careersinbloom

By Sarah Gelfand
Sarah Gelfand Assistant Director of Career Education
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Student Perspective: Resume Appointment Tips!

How to Prepare for a Resume Review with a PCA (From someone who’s been there) by PCA Zuhayr

Creating a professional resume for the first time is always daunting, doubly so when you’re presenting all of your professional work and …

By Sarah Gelfand
Sarah Gelfand Assistant Director of Career Education
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20 Types of Entry-Level Jobs for Recent Grads

If you recently graduated or are graduating in the spring, you may be thinking about your first job post-grad. Forage pulled together a great list of different entry-level jobs that are great for recent graduates in their recent article.

https://www.theforage.com/blog/careers/best-entry-level-jobs-college-graduates

By Jessica Pugliese
Jessica Pugliese Assistant Director, Employer Relations
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Celebrating Neurodiversity in April

In celebration of World Autism Awareness Day today (4/2) and Neurodiversity Awareness Month (April), we are posting employers and companies who are allies for neurodiversity:

Additional resources for the neurodiverse talent pool include:
Our Ability – a job and career …

By Jessica Pugliese
Jessica Pugliese Assistant Director, Employer Relations
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Student Perspective- Imposter Syndrome

Peer Career Advisor Aleeza shares her experience with Imposter Syndrome and applying to internships. Take a look!

There is no doubt about it, internship applications can be very scary. Looking at job descriptions and qualifications can be overwhelming, and as …

By Sarah Gelfand
Sarah Gelfand Assistant Director of Career Education
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Women’s Community Page

It’s Women’s History Month, and we want to highlight our community page dedicated to helping women navigate their careers! Check out helpful articles and networking/employer events tailored to empowering women.  

If you need employment advice for additional identities, we have …

By Vincia Phillip (She,Her)
Vincia Phillip (She,Her) Assistant Director of Career Education
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Pros and cons of female students, grads working for female-owned, small businesses

At College Recruiter, we continually remind ourselves how critical it is that all of our employees are the right people and in the right seats. Normally, employees get, want, and have the capacity to do a particular job well so …

By College Recruiter
College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career.
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Incorporating Career Topics in Your Class

Are you looking for ways to bring career activities into the classroom? The Career Champions Admin team is focusing on creating more resources and assignments that you can incorporate into your classes.  As new assignments get added we will highlight …

By Cathy Parker (She/Her)
Cathy Parker (She/Her) Associate Director of Career Education
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Appointment Types We Offer

Summer will be here before you know it, and many students are thinking about landing an internship, or about moving the tassel on their graduation cap. We offer an array of appointment types to help the students you work with …

By Sarah Gelfand
Sarah Gelfand Assistant Director of Career Education
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