8 Great Jobs for Philosophy Majors (and Tips for How to Land One)

As someone with a philosophy degree, you’re probably sick of questions about why you chose that major or what job you’re going to get. And you’ve likely heard all of the super original jokes about philosophy giving you as many …

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What to Include in a Follow-Up Email After Your Interview

For some candidates, the hiring process ends after the interview and a waiting game ensues. But if you want to stand out from the crowd, you need to take one more step to get closer to landing that job. Sending …

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How to Ask for an Internship (Email Examples)

Can you really ask for an internship? While you may hear some “no” responses, the answer is yes — emailing to ask about internship opportunities is a valuable way to show interest and even land a gig. In this guide, …

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How to Give a Great Elevator Pitch (With Examples)

Though people are complex and so much more than just their jobs, in a new social situation you’re often asked, “So, what do you do?” or “What are you majoring in?” While you probably have a stock answer ready to …

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20 Email Etiquette Tips You Need to Know

Teams, Slack, Zoom, Google Meets — there are a million and one ways to communicate in the workplace, but email remains one of the most popular forms. Whether you’re sending an important update to your team, addressing something with a …

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McCafferty Career Center Launches Career Everywhere Training

The McCafferty Career Center invited student employment supervisors to attend three trainings last week on the Career Everywhere movement and the impact of student employment on a student’s career and professional development. The Career Everywhere movement seeks to build a …

By Elizabeth Deren
Elizabeth Deren Director of Career and Professional Development
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Industry Recruitment Series: Law and Government Recap

On Monday October 16th, the McCafferty Career Center hosted the annual Industry Recruitment Series for Government, Law, and Public Service.

Students in the Public Service, Law + International Relations career community attended the event with twelve different employers including Senator Ed …

By Heather Peterson
Heather Peterson
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3 Steps to Marketing Your Working Abroad Experience on Your Resume

Work abroad sign. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Attention TEFL teachers: remember the excitement you felt a year or two ago, when you were preparing to jet off to a foreign country for exotic adventures and easy money?

If you’re the …

By College Recruiter
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[video] Why employers value recent college grads with foreign language skills

 

Fluency or competency in a foreign language is a coveted skill that employers value. That’s no surprise in today’s global economy. However, the reasons employers value recent college grads who have foreign language skills may be a surprise. Yes, it’s …

By College Recruiter
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Internships Abroad: Best Practices for Finding, Landing, and Succeeding in an Internship Abroad

In today’s globalized economy, there is a growing demand for international graduates to join global workforces. An internship abroad could prove invaluable when it comes to getting a job as it will stand out on your resume. In addition to …

By Symba
Symba is the leading program management platform powering thousands of workforce development programs, including internships, bootcamps, apprenticeships, and more!
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