Virtual Info Chats Now Available on Handshake

 

Virtual info chats are informal, 15-minute 1:1 conversations between a student and an employer, hosted on Handshake via integrated video. These chats provide a quick way for you to connect with employers in a less intimidating setting to get …

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Incorporating DEI into your online presence

When building a personal brand, it’s important to consider both your online and in-person presence. The story you’re telling, whatever the modality, should align and be authentic to you. Ask yourself, is there an element of your identity that you …

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Incorporating identity into your personal narrative

In business school, we often discuss the importance of telling your story via a compelling personal narrative. We understand that students come from a diverse set of experiences, backgrounds, and identities. Aspects of your identity to consider may include sexual …

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How to Write Great Networking Emails

Networking can be difficult, but it can be made a lot easier if you know how to communicate well. To that end, here are some tips for writing great networking emails.

Networking is all about building relationships

First, it’s important …

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How to Increase Job Opportunities and Network Remotely

Networking can be a challenge at the best of times, and it can seem even harder to do remotely. Especially if you’re looking for new job opportunities at the same time. However, there are plenty of ways to network while working …

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Project, product, and program management. What’s the difference?

At W. P. Carey, many students express interest in project, product, and program management opportunities. While these titles sound similar and often have a few overlapping job duties, these three roles are distinct and have their own unique characteristics. We …

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What to Do When Employers Are Ignoring You

You’ve spent hours writing your resume, searching job sites, and applying to different roles—only to receive rejection after rejection. And that’s if you even hear back about your application at all. After a while, this all gets pretty exhausting, and …

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Perks and Benefits 101: Explanations and Questions to Ask Before You Take the Job

Once you’ve found a job and company that you’re really excited about, salary might top your list of priorities. But while salary is important, it’s only part of the overall offer. To get the full scope of what you’ll really …

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What Size Company Is Right for You? Here’s What I’ve Learned Going From Startups to a Fortune 500 Company

Last year, after a decade of working at small startups, I set my sights on larger, established companies: Series Bs, recent IPOs, and the Fortune 500. Recently married, in my mid-30s, and staring down a global pandemic, I was looking …

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6 Job Search Tips to Help You Find a Role (and Company) That Won’t Lead to Burnout

Maybe you’ve experienced burnout in your current role and decided to start looking for a new job. First, congrats on taking the necessary steps to care for yourself and your mental health. Next, you’ll need to find a job and …

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