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by Raymond Mizgorski, Stacy Moore, and Steve Patchin This is the first in a series of STEM collaboration blogs. The Fall recruiting season is shaping ...
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Building Burritos

Inspiration often strikes at interesting times, doesn’t it?  As I was standing in line at my favorite burrito place recently, ...
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The movie, " True Grit" starring John Wayne, was the topic of discussion at my home this past weekend. My college freshman informed me he had not ...
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As a first-generation college student, I never stepped foot inside of my campus’s career center until I already had a job offer.  ...
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The fight against gender inequality can strike at any moment. Females are often dominated by men in the workforce, especially in industries involving ...
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In these monthly installments, I’ll being giving you some quick how-tos and updates on marketing strategies that can help your career team in your ...
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Consider this scenario: Sarah, a potential candidate, has just found her way to your career site. She's interested in learning more about your company ...
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It took me a long time to acknowledge and accept the power of the word “no.” A full sentence—generally requiring little to no explanation—it can be a professional’s ...
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The dog days of summer are a thing of the past.  August is no longer about taking that family vacation or catching some remaining rays at the beach.  Okay, ...
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If you’re a parent you know summer is a double-edge sword. On the bright side, there are endless summer activities to keep occupied: from attending festivals, ...
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On my winding bus ride to work, I often stare out the window and tune into podcasts. This morning I was listening to the TED Radio Hour featuring a session ...
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If you're like me, you may often wonder: are we living the values we encourage our students and colleagues to live?  When we are in career coaching sessions, ...
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While critical thinking skills have long been considered a core measure of student learning, critical thinking increasingly appears in the vocabulary ...
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I was fortunate to attend the NACE presentation by colleagues from the Northeastern Career Development office on  Reach (OUT) LGBTQA+ ...
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Just last week a colleague from another student affairs department came over to talk with us about what we do at the career center at Hofstra University. ...
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Whenever most people see someone in uniform with their families or find out that a friend or colleague is married to a service member, the common response ...
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Creating a successful internship program goes beyond posting internships and hoping that students apply and get hired. It is rooted in a comprehensive ...
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Internship season is about to begin. As most colleges begin to wind down their academic year, companies across the country are getting ready for the influx ...
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As a campus recruiter, I speak with many students and career development personnel about the hiring process. I’ve sat on many panels and participated ...
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Recently, the NACE Community has been discussing the value of career fairs and the issues surrounding student attendance. Kara Brown, associate director ...
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