World of Work: Anh-Thu Ngoc Lam ‘11, Christopher A. Walsh Laboratory, Boston Children's Hospital

Anh-Thu Ngoc Lam ‘11 Research Technician, Department of Genetics and Genomics Christopher A. Walsh Laboratory, Center for Life Science, Boston Children’s Hospital Major: Biochemistry and Spanish, Honors College Graduate Program: Human Genetics & Molecular Biology, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine (Fall 2014) How would you describe what you do on a typical day? Apart from …

Savvy Seniors: Be a Stand Out Applicant & Land the Job

The inside scoop from a local public relations firm What is an employer looking for? Here’s what you should know about applying for a position: we are looking for professionalism and creativity above all when sifting through the many resumes.  Please do not try to be cute or funny, stick to the basics and tell …

Savvy Seniors: Find Hidden Jobs (One Senior’s True Story)

Spring semester of my senior year – stressed out and exhausted, I was bogged down with papers, exams, projects, presentations, work and extracurricular commitments. On top of that, I hadn’t yet secured a job for after graduation. Everything was still up in the air and the next several months were filled with uncertainty. In April, …

Begin Networking with Two Easy Steps

Love it or hate it: Networking is an integral part of any job search, but it doesn’t have to be daunting. You have likely heard some of the reasons why you should network. The relationships you build connect you to information, organizations, and people- all that may help you direct your next steps. Plus, networking …

Networking Nights: A Student Perspective

“Our success has really been based on partnerships from the very beginning.” -Bill Gates As a senior at UVM, I had finally approached the time where I had to start researching and applying for jobs. I had held various internships and other working positions, but now I had to start seriously thinking about entering the …

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