Give to Grow- The Art of Networking – Linkedin.com

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As I start a new adventure with Waypoint Robotics and take what may be a permanent pause on P.H. Koules Consulting, the practice I launched 7 years ago, I’m taking time to reflect a bit on my journey. I consider my consulting …

By Geena Munroe
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5 Tips to Create a Professional LinkedIn Profile

By: Tony Li

LinkedIn has been the most effective place to network for both employers and candidates. Whether you are a college student seeking an internship or the CEO of a global company, having and maintaining a network can help …

By Trish Harper
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Including a Class Project on Your Resume

By: Garrick Nichols

Asking how you can get more work experience to be qualified for better internship or full-time roles is like asking whether the chicken or the egg came first: you need experience in order to secure a job, …

By Trish Harper
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U.S. Changes Visa Process for High-Skilled Workers – WSJ

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WASHINGTON—The Trump administration unveiled changes to how the coveted visas for high-skilled foreign workers are allocated, starting this April, in an effort to boost the number awarded to people with …

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The Perks of Joining Clubs and Organizations

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By: Sanya Seth

Between meeting many people, taking your favorite classes, and getting involved on campus, college is a time that is ripe with endless opportunities and possibilities. In fact, one of the best ways to make the most out …

By Trish Harper
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Career Certainty — and the Uncertainty of It All – Inside HigherEd

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I have always enjoyed working in fields that include a lot of gray areas — those nebulous, intangible zones between something being absolutely correct and being incorrect. After all, if there is a singular right and wrong answer, it means …

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The Value in Gaining Technical Skills

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By: Garrick Nichols

This past summer, I had to analyze corporate restructuring data in order to prepare reports for industry regulators proving there were no gender biases in the process. While this project sounds time-consuming and high-level, in actuality, it …

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Making the Most of Winter Break

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By Sanya Seth

With Fall semester coming to an end, it is hard to believe how fast it has flown by. Winter break is rapidly approaching, and you may be wondering how best to spend it. Winding down and enjoying …

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Career Advice from a Graduating Senior

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This post is written by Nia Brazzell, a Senior graduating this January, who is going to be severely missed by the entire UDC staff. We aren’t remotely ready for you to graduate, but we are beyond proud of you and …

By Trish Harper
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4 Tips to Write an Effective Resume

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4 Tips to Write an Effective Resume

By: Tony Li

 Most recruiters say that they’ve seen more poorly written resumes recently, than ever before. Most often from college students who are looking for internships. Here are my top four …

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