2 Email Templates for Networking | Template Toolbox

When it comes to introducing yourself to other social-impact professionals, learning about organizations, and ultimately landing your next job, writing a strong networking email is an incredibly useful skill. Even if you aren’t currently job searching, networking is an important …

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Best job boards for female students who are searching for internships

Embarking on a professional journey often begins with the critical step of securing the right internship. For women entering the workforce, this is a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience and cultivate essential industry connections. The key to unlocking these …

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15 Jobs for Psychology Majors (That Aren’t All in Psychology)

Psychologist is, of course, one of the great jobs for psychology majors. But not everyone who studies the mysteries of the human mind wants to work with clients or be in a counseling or therapy career.

So, what kinds of …

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Meet the Professionals: Internship Edition Event Recap

The recent “Meet the Professionals: Internship Edition” event, held on campus, was a great success. It served as a valuable platform for employers to engage with students and showcase their internship opportunities. Recognizing the significance of gaining hands-on experience before …

By Abigail Phillips
Abigail Phillips Marketing & Communications Student Coordinator
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How Formerly Incarcerated Job Seekers can Create a Turnaround Packet that Will Impress Potential Employers

One of the most important things those in reentry can do to help conduct a successful job search is to create a turnaround packet and the talk to go with it. And with people sheltering in place, there’s no better …

By Mary Willis
Mary Willis Director
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Should I Go to Grad School? Here are 5 Good Reasons

“Should I go to grad school?”

Longtime professional, current undergraduate student, or sector switcher—no matter where you are in your social-impact journey, you may have wondered whether grad school is right for you. From satisfying a degree requirement to deepening …

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The 5 biggest pieces of advice for women working in tech

While many businesses floundered during the pandemic, the technology industry flourished due to the accelerating digital transformations and shift in work models worldwide. But, as we settle into the new year, challenges and uncertainties lie ahead. On a macroeconomic level, …

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13+ Jobs for English Majors

As a former English major, I know the pain of coming home during summer break just for someone to say, “Oh, what are you going to do with that degree?” Jobs for English majors may not be as intuitive as …

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Critical Thinking: A Simple Guide and Why It’s Important

Strong critical thinking skills are crucial for career success, regardless of educational background. It embodies the ability to engage in astute and effective decision-making, lending invaluable dimensions to professional growth.

At its essence, critical thinking is the ability to analyze, …

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Career Options for Undocumented Students

Why should I go to college if I can’t legally work afterwards?

In California, recent policies passed has provided undocumented students with more resources and opportunities than ever before. Even if you are not able to work legally after graduation, …

By Mary Willis
Mary Willis Director
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