So you want to learn about a career path, make industry-specific connections, or gain insight on how to break into a field. An effective next step for all these situations would be to arrange some informational interviews.
Life requires balance. College can be more than demanding. Is it possible to reconcile the two?
As a UVM student, you may be handling a large academic workload, participating in extracurricular activities, planning for the future, and staying engaged with your friends and family. When does it become too much? Continue reading
This summer, the University of Vermont (UVM) Career Center worked with alumni to pilot a job shadowing and networking event in Beijing and Shanghai, China. While on the trip, I was lucky enough to spend an hour in a yoga class. I was nervous and unsure of what to expect. I do not speak Mandarin and it had been a while since I had taken a yoga class. However, this class provided insight into the academic experiences of many international students. Continue reading
Advice on Personal Branding from a Recent Grad:
If you were to record a 15 second SnapChat video on who you are and why someone should hire you (sans ‘puppy’ filter, please) – what would you say? It’s a modern-day elevator pitch, asking one of the most important questions for today’s young career/adventure seekers, and most of us don’t have an answer.