Spider Shadowing opportunities are now open! In 2015, Career Services kicked off our Spider Shadowing program, which allows you to explore career paths through half- or full-day job shadowing experiences without the commitment of a job or internship. Why should I participate in Spider Shadowing? Not only does job shadowing serve as an impactful way to learn about […]Read more "Explore Careers through Spider Shadowing"
When it comes to careers, industries of interest among students are always changing. Not only do new jobs (that previously never existed) pop up every day, but also outside factors, such as the economy or trends, make for an ever-evolving career landscape.Read more "Industries of Interest Among Students"
Check out our quick tips before your next interview!Read more "5 QUICK! Interview Tips"
Read a student review of “Outliers: The Story of Success” by Malcom Gladwell.Read more "Resource Library Book Review: Outliers: The Story of Success"
We’re giving you the truth on some common career myths and misconceptions!Read more "Career Myths & Misconceptions"
Professional networking can be daunting, but it is an important skill to learn. Networking can provide you with career advice, insight, as well as helps employers put a face to a name. Networking events serve to bring applicants and employers together, so that like-minded individuals can meet and build strong relationships. While networking allows employers to […]Read more "Types of People You Meet When Networking"
Many students find it difficult to differentiate between the terms “business casual” and “business professional.” It is important to feel comfortable with these terms, so that we are aware of employer expectations in terms of dress. Business professional clothing is typically conservative and consists of a business suit-either a blazer paired with dress pants or […]Read more "Business Professional vs Business Casual"