Networking within Your Organization

 

As a W. P. Carey student, you have heard about the value of networking countless times.  Often, students are so focused on networking with strangers that they overlook networking where they already have warm leads: Internal Networking! Internal networking …

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Wrapping up an Internship? Here’s what comes next . . .

Congratulations on nearing the home stretch of your Internship! 

We know that students who reflect on the experience they gained as they near the end of their internship are better positioned to express all they have accomplished. This is especially …

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Impress with Virtual Professionalism

 

As a business student at W. P. Carey, you already know the importance of professionalism and executive presence, but do you also understand how this extends to the virtual space? Building strong relationships can be challenging virtually, but the …

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Are you considering International Affairs? Explore your options!

 

For business students who are considering an international career in the public sector, one of the first steps is to learn about the most common opportunities available. These include:

Diplomacy
Global Affairs
National and International Agencies
Private Consulting

The …

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Have you considered studying abroad?

 

Are you curious about International business? Do you want to stand out from the crowd and get ahead in the job market? Explore Study/Intern Abroad!

If one of your career goals is to find a position in an international …

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How to Tell If a Company Truly Values Diversity and Inclusion (or Is Just All Talk)

Employers talk a lot about diversity and inclusion. In fact, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a company that doesn’t say they’re diverse and inclusive. Companies make these claims on their web sites, in job descriptions, and at career fairs. But how …

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How to Answer the ‘Failure’ and ‘Success’ Interview Questions

When you tell compelling stories in interviews, you create connections with your interviewers in ways that just listing your accomplishments (no matter how extraordinary) can never do. Stories connect people to each other because our brains love to follow stories. …

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5 Self-Care Tips to Reduce Job-Search Stress

Looking for a new job can be anxiety-inducing and stressful. But if you take good care of yourself—and follow these five tips—job searching can be a relatively stress-free activity.

1. Be clear about your next career step

The first step of successful …

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To Ace Your Next Interview for a Management Position, Be Ready to Answer These 10 Questions

Interviewing for a management position? Even if you’ve never been a manager before, you’ll want to clearly demonstrate to the interviewers your managerial skills and leadership philosophy.

This article will reveal 10 questions you should reflect on and be prepared …

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Everything You Need to Know About Employer-Paid Tuition Reimbursement

When you’re looking for a new job, there’s a piece of your potential compensation package that’s arguably more valuable in the long run than your starting salary: employer-paid tuition reimbursement.

After all, education can qualify you for promotions at this …

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