13 Careers in Law (Without Being a Lawyer)

Interested in the legal industry but unsure about wanting to attend law school? Some of the best careers in law allow you to explore different areas of the legal sector without becoming an attorney. Legal careers like paralegal and electronic …

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THE KEY ATTRIBUTES EMPLOYERS ARE LOOKING FOR ON GRADUATES’ RESUMES

January 16, 2024 | By Kevin Gray

Students hoping to catch the eye of potential employers through their resume should forego relying only on their strong GPA and instead highlight the attributes and skills they developed in their classwork and through …

By Nora Diaz-Vasquez
Nora Diaz-Vasquez Career Counselor
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Gov. Gavin Newsom signs executive order for a master plan for career education

Published on August 31, 2023
By: Emma Gallegos

In recent years, the state has poured billions of dollars into a dizzying array of programs under the banner of career education. The only problem, said Gov. Gavin Newsom, is that there …

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What Does Career Everywhere Mean? – Video

Manny Contomanolis, Director of the Office of Career Services for the Harvard University Faculty of Arts and Sciences, shares what “Career Everywhere” means to him.

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Bringing Career Everywhere to Life at PennWest – Podcast

Josh Domitrovich shares actionable advice, best practices, and detailed breakdowns of how he recently launched two Career Everywhere initiatives at PennWest.

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3 Ways to Make Career Services Everybody’s Business – Podcast

Christian Garcia of the University of Miami talks about his team’s motto, “Career services is everybody’s business,” and shares three specific ways they’re implementing it across campus.

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How to Engage Student-Athletes with Career Services – Podcast

Dr. Carissa Liverpool, Assistant Athletic Director of Student-Athlete Development for the Scarlet Knights For Life Program at Rutgers University, shares how her team is engaging student-athletes with career services.

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Why Higher Ed Should Invest in Career Services, Not Abolish It

By: David Kozhuk, February 15, 2023

Ryan Craig, a prominent education technology investor, recently published a piece in Forbes called Abolish Career Services. Akin to Andy Chan’s “Career Services Must Die” TEDx talk in 2013, it came with an eye-catching …

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How Illinois Tech Drove Record Enrollment by Focusing On Career Readiness

By: Meredith Metsker, November 21, 2022

Like many institutions, Illinois Institute of Technology struggled with enrollment after COVID as students took a hard look at the value of higher education in a post-pandemic world.

Applications decreased, deferrals increased, and suddenly, …

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Nora Diaz-Vasquez Career Counselor
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How Career Services Can Build Allies Across Campus

By: Meredith Metsker, March 13, 2023

While every student on campus has a major and individual interests, most have one thing in common: the desire for a great career after graduation. Because of this, career services is a critical function …

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Nora Diaz-Vasquez Career Counselor
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