Seniors: Planning for After College Starts Today

This week’s blog entry comes to us from guest blogger, Kyle Espinola. In addition to being a student at University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), Kyle works for, a website that allows consumers to compare their purchasing options in various industries in order to make informed decisions.  In this post, he has some advice […]

Lessons from Hollywood: Tips for Effective Interviewing

Hollywood has given us plenty of examples of workplace happenings, including glimpses into the job search process.  From hilariously absurd job interviews to heartwarming interviews gone right, we have lots of examples of what to do and what not to do. In Step Brothers (2008), the characters of Brennan and Dale are two unemployed, middle-aged […]

Doing Good, Doing Well

As a college student, I did a lot of volunteering—and when talking with my advisor about the work I was doing in the community, she would ask, “Are you doing good?” Having had proper grammar drilled into my head, I would respond, “yes, I’m doing well…” and continue telling her about my volunteer work. One […]

Get the Most out of Catamount Job Link

Have you logged in to Catamount Job Link yet? Catamount Job Link is UVM’s complete recruiting system for internships, full-time, part-time, and summer jobs. Here are a few ways to get the most out of Catamount Job Link: Login and update your profile. Note that current students log in using their netID and password from […]

Six Steps to Get Started on Your Internship Search

When looking for an internship, just as when looking for a job, tracking a wide variety of leads is key! Students have located great internships through unlikely sources. Begin brainstorming now, so you can use your winter break to follow up on some of these possibilities! Here are six ideas to get you started: 1.      […]

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