Peer Mentors Making a Difference

Meet Mehanna Borostyan, a junior studying Political Science & Global Studies and a Senior Career Peer Mentor at The Hub. Mehanna was an office assistant in the Career Center as a first-year student, where she learned about the peer mentor opportunity through natural networking. She clearly recalls one conversation with staff member Jill Hoppenjans who […]

Savvy Seniors: What’s Networking Got To Do With It? A Career Journey

Chapter 1: Finding Focus I entered college knowing exactly what I thought I wanted to study. Like many, I left college pursuing a very different path and preparing for a very different career than I had imagined. Subsequently, I earned a professional degree from UVM (a M.Ed.) and was on track for a career in […]

The Party’s Not Over Yet! Here’s How to Stand Out AFTER the Job Fair.

Vilma Rodrigues-Silva is the Recruitment Manager of the Northeast Region for City Year New Hampshire. She goes to lots of job fairs, so we asked her about the best ways for candidates to stand out after the event. Is there an appropriate way to follow up with an employer after a Job Fair, even if I […]

World of Work: Maya Thomas ’11, GIS Specialist, Civil Solutions

Maya Thomas ‘11 GIS Specialist Civil Solutions, a division of ARH Engineering Hammonton, NJ Major: Environmental Science (RSENR) How would you describe what you do on a typical day? I work with spatial data and create maps – lots of maps. Most of our clients are local governments (counties and municipalities) and we provide mapping […]

Starting Off Your Semester with Helpful Career Services Resources & Meet Our New Staff

Spring semester is here and arriving with it, right on schedule, is career stress.  Every day students come in worried about everything from majors, internships, resumes, career goals, and advanced studies to their purpose in life. How do students reduce this stress?   By taking action, one small step at a time.  Start that resume, […]

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