Tag Archives: Job Searching

Trekking Along

If there’s one thing I’ve accomplished this summer during my fellowship at Historic Deerfield, it’s a lot of walking! Between trekking up and down the mile-long Main Street of town and going on trips to local museums and historic sites, … Continue reading

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Ask a profess(or)ional.

Professors can be great mentors. Of course, you won’t like every one you have, but if you enjoy a certain professor’s class or find them very approachable, it’s definitely worth it to forge a relationship with him or her. Continue reading

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Catching Reality

A few nights ago, I was flipping through channels and stumbled upon a show called Catching Kelce. The premise of the show involved Travis Kelce, a tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs, searching for love while 50 women from 50 states competed for his heart…… Continue reading

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#Winning at Job Fairs

On October 11, USG is having an on-campus job and internship fair for humanities and social science careers. This is an awesome chance to find out about potential jobs in your field of study and talk to people who work … Continue reading

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Taking an Active Part in Your Future

On the first day of Gen Chem 2 in undergrad, Dr. Roberts stood in front of my class and said plainly, “Last semester, we did a few reactions, you drew a few molecules, and you all got through it. Welcome to Gen … Continue reading

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