Wanted: Socially Responsible Employer

It is common knowledge in today’s society that corporations worldwide face a fundamental struggle: the struggle to find a balance between profit and ethics. The question has always been- can a company be successful and ethical?  This is an incredibly important question for the general public, but it is absolutely crucial for the college student […]

Savvy Seniors: Networking Advice from a Recent Grad

Trisha Hlastawa, ’12,  graduated with a degree in Community Entrepreneurship and Public Communication. She currently works at Healthy Living in South Burlington as a Customer Service Supervisor and Community Outreach team member. What role has networking played in your career exploration and job search? Networking has played a key role. I found out about a […]

Make the Most Out of Your Internship Experience

So you’ve landed an internship—great! But what can you do to make this a valuable, learning experience? Here are a couple of tips to consider: 1) Ask questions. Don’t be afraid to ask questions, especially when you are confused about a task you were given or if you are merely curious about the culture of […]

Savvy Seniors: It’s a Small, Small World

It’s commonly said that we’re separated, at most, by six degrees of separation from any other person. In their recent book, the start-up of YOU, Reid Hoffman (cofounder and chairman of LinkedIn) and Ben Casnocha discuss the 1967 study that this oft repeated phrase is based on. They also note how it might show up […]

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