Case Interview Frameworks: How to Succeed!

 

Does your major or program tend to require case interviews? If you are unsure, read more here to determine if you are likely to encounter this type of interview.  If so, you’ll need to start getting ready for them …

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The job market is changing. Here’s what you need to know now.

 

A record-breaking 4.5 million Americans left their jobs in November 2021, unemployment is back down to 3.9%, and there were approximately 11 million job openings in the U.S. at the end of 2021. With all these headlines about the …

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Use these tools to begin your market research!

 

Are you suffering from choice overload when trying to decide on a career path? Not sure where to get started? Well, you are in luck! Your Career Coach has designed an easy-to-understand map that will help point you in …

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You’ve secured an internship – congratulations! Now what?

 

Have you already secured a summer internship? If so, you may believe that your career strategy work is over. Well, think again! The months and weeks leading up to an internship are critical. During this time, we recommend you …

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How to Leverage the Law, Global Politics & Public Service Public Policy Map

 

When deciding on a major or looking for experiential learning opportunities, the first question you need to answer for yourself is, “What can I do with this major?” Careers where the knowledge, skills, and qualifications developed within your major …

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What to consider when selecting a Law School

 

You are certain that you want to attend law school and have been directing your efforts towards this commitment. You have already researched the following: location, cost, faculty, size, culture, career support, alumni, curriculum, reputation/rankings, student organizations, and more. …

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3 practical ways to keep up with business news

 

Keeping up with business news is an important way to show potential employers that you are well-informed, care about the subject matter that they care about, and take initiative to do your own research in a world where things …

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The (Simple) Guidelines You Should Follow When Naming Your Resume and Cover Letter Files

When you’re first creating a document—even an important one like your resume or cover letter—you might give it a placeholder file name while you’re working on it. So if you’re job searching, you probably have at least one document named …

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How to Write a Cover Letter | 10 Tips for Getting Noticed

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The. Dreaded. Cover. Letter.

We all hope to find ways to stand out during our job search, and how best to convey “I’m perfect for this job!” to prospective employers. We also know that taking the …

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On-Campus Work Can Open the Door to Your Professional Career!

Even entry level positions often require previous experience as part of their requirements for candidates applying. On and off campus jobs offer you the opportunity to expose yourself to experiential learning for the first time and begin building up the …

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