Savvy Seniors: Pursue Expertise

“Overwhelmed.” That was the most common comment from Seniors at our Careers and Coffee event last week.  So if that feeling describes you, you’re not alone! The Senior Checklist for Career Success is meant to help with that feeling, to break down the steps necessary to move out into the world of work. It’s a […]

Seniors: Planning for After College Starts Today

This week’s blog entry comes to us from guest blogger, Kyle Espinola. In addition to being a student at University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), Kyle works for FindtheBest.com, a website that allows consumers to compare their purchasing options in various industries in order to make informed decisions.  In this post, he has some advice […]

World of Work: Brenda J. Luciano, Esq. ’97, Associate at Paul Frank + Collins, P.C.

Brenda J. Luciano, Esq. ’97 Associate Paul Frank + Collins, P.C. – http://www.pfclaw.com/ Burlington, VT Major: Business Administration What type of law do you practice and how did you choose that? My practice surrounds areas of business law, including business transactions, commercial real estate, and business litigation as well as some environmental litigation. I have […]

How Do You Prefer Your Shrimp? Choosing a College Major

In the movie Forrest Gump (1994), Forrest befriends Bubba, a soldier with a passion for shrimp.  In a scene from the movie, Bubba explains the many ways shrimp can be prepared: Just like the many options that exist for preparing shrimp, there is a wide array of possibilities for college majors.  You will invest much […]

Doing Good, Doing Well: Need Direction?

So many choices to make! So many places to go! So many decisions awaiting! Life doesn’t start after graduation.  From majors to jobs to internships, to how to spend your weekend or your day – decisions keep rolling in. Having a sense of mission can help serve as a lens for the smallest decision – […]

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