Blogging Yourself into a Job

Marshall McLuhan famously wrote that “the medium is the message.” When you list your blog on your resume, the message you send to a potential employer is that you understand the importance of modern media and its role in society. As a medium, a blog is very much an extension of yourself; it allows you […]

World of Work: Kathryn Sylvester Manciocchi ‘02

Kathryn Sylvester Manciocchi ‘02 Benefits Specialist Millennium Partners Sports Club Management / Sports Club LA http://www.thesportsclubla.com San Francisco Bay Area, CA Major: Environmental Studies How would you describe what you do on a typical day? On a typical day, I can work on any of the following: Benefits enrollment, presentations and questions Working with employees, […]

Major Decision: Finding Your Academic Path

With course registration upon us, many students are turning their attention to the topic of majors.  Some have declared a major but may be reconsidering it, and others have explored different topical areas by taking a diverse array of classes but still aren’t sure which major is right for them.  So at a University that […]

Doing Good, Doing Well: Make Money Doing What You Love

Meaning making & making money? Are they mutually exclusive or is it possible to do both?  Yes! Here are the steps: Define what matters to you Explore opportunities Learn from others Take a stand, take a step – get involved! Find out what is possible: Considering a Non-Profit Career Learn from the experts: Idealist.org Get […]

The Job Fair is over: What Next?

Thank you for helping make our Fall Job Fair a great success! If you missed it, the Spring Job Fair is Wednesday, March 21th, 2012. Next Steps -Follow up with recruiters! Check out these tips for professional e-mails. -Applying for a position? Polish that resume. -Moving on to the next stage? Prepare yourself for interview […]

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