Interviews: Leaving Space for Stories

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Congratulations, you’ve successfully submitted your application to a recent job posting and have been invited to interview! What can you do to prepare? Consider the power of stories when answering interview questions. Continue reading

Are You My Mentor?

Dumbledore

I have few regrets from my days an undergraduate student— the one that I do have, however, is not actively seeking a mentor of my own. Theoretically, I knew all about mentoring relationships from reading about Dumbledore and Harry. However, I drastically underestimated the role of a mentor in my own life. Do not repeat my mistake; find yourself a mentor ASAP. Continue reading

Rejuvenation 101

Contemplative Lady

To rejuvenate means to make fresh and new again, feeling better or more vital. 2017 has come with a lot of information and to-do lists. Evaluating truth, lies, making plans, meeting deadlines, engaging in your community—these can be all exhausting or exhilarating, and can create stress or lack of focus.  Continue reading

Focus on the Fundamentals

 

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Photograph 047 by Lauren Mancke, minimography.com

Does the Job Search have you stressed? Take note from UVM alum Josh Brown and focus on the fundamentals throughout the process.

Josh writes: It’s all about the fundamentals. While it is a cliché, paying attention to the basics can make a world of difference. I want to share some thoughts about key fundamentals during a job search.

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