It’s another academic year and we couldn’t be more excited! This just a reminder that the Career Services office here to help you.
Here are a few tips to make the most of your Spider Shadowing experience!Read more "Spider Shadowing Prep"
We’re giving you the truth on some common career myths and misconceptions!Read more "Career Myths & Misconceptions"
A new calendar year provides the opportunity to rethink your personal goals and professional aspirations. If you find yourself feeling uninspired, restless, or overly stressed about work, it may be time to begin looking elsewhere for a new opportunity. If you really dislike your work or co-workers, it may be easy to know when to go. But, if your job isn’t that bad, how do you know when it is time to move on? Reflect on the following five signs to see if you should stay or go.Read more "Should I Stay or Should I Go?"
Imagine – if money were no object, what would you do this summer to pursue your academic and career goals? What you choose to do in the summer can have a direct impact on your academic and career journey. Last summer, nearly 300 students received more than $1 million in UR Summer Fellowships.Read more "Pursue Your Goals with a UR Summer Fellowship"
The following is an interview with Vanessa Loftus Lindlaw, ‘03, vice president of Edelman Public Relations.Read more "The Spider Way: In Print"
Brad is a partner with Baker Tilly, a leading accounting and consulting firm with 1,600 employee and 11 offices in the US. Brad works primarily with large audit clients with complex financial reporting issues. He serves the real estate, private equity, government contracting and retail industries. He graduated from West Virginia University in 1991 and started his career with an international accounting firm in Pittsburgh.Read more "Guest Blogger: What Recruiters Look For"