Noelle Menard

Career Center Coordinator

Noelle Menard

Noelle joins the Chase Career Center team with a background in talent acquisition and corporate recruiting. She is eager to use her skills to support Isenberg students and enhance the on-campus recruiting experience. Prior to this role, Noelle worked as a Corporate Recruiter at Barton Associates Inc. where she managed the direct staffing needs of their internal sales and corporate positions. Noelle received her B.A. in Business from Saint Anselm College in 2017.

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Tips For Interpreting Civilian Job Descriptions

We spoke with Tara Carlidge, Recruiting Manager at Citi and former Personnel Officer in the U.S. Army, to ask her how a veteran should look through the qualifications in a job description and assess whether they are qualified. Here’s what …

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3 Big Myths (and Truths) about Workplace Accommodations

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guarantees workers with disabilities the right to reasonable accommodations at work, so they can have an equal chance to do their jobs.

But lots of people might be suspicious or feel frustrated when they …

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6 Ways Colleges Can Better Support Female Student Veterans

Women make up a significant portion of the military-connected students we serve, whether we see them in our veterans’ lounges or not (and often, the answer is not).

Read the full article at HigherEd Military here.

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How To Disclose Your Illness Or Disability To Your Employer

How To Disclose Your Illness Or Disability To Your Employer

By Hannah Olson

After graduating from college, Lyme disease nearly derailed my early career in Washington, DC. I was hooked up to an IV for 8 hours a day and …

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The Biggest Resume Mistakes For Veterans

We spoke with Tara Carlidge, Recruiting Manager at Citi and former Personnel Officer in the U.S. Army, to ask her about the biggest mistake that veterans make in their resumes that could hurt them from getting the corporate/civilian job they’re …

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How To Handle Uncomfortable Interview Questions About Your Service

We spoke with Tara Carlidge, Recruiting Manager at Citi and former Personnel Officer in the U.S. Army, to ask her about how veterans should react if a hiring manager asks them a question about their time in the military that …

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From Camo to Business Casual: A Veteran’s Guide to Job Hunting in the Civilian World

As a veteran, making the transition from a military to civilian job can be a daunting task. When looking to obtain a civilian job after years of working under military structure, you may have questions about how to create a …

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The Idealist Guide to Working (and Living) with Chronic Illness and Disability

There are myriad stories on the internet about different health experiences—be it chronic illness, disability, mental health struggles, or some combination of the three. But from the perspective of a person who wants to have an impactful career, there is …

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Transferrable Veteran Skills and Why it’s Important to ‘Show Up’

Le Nette Rutledge retired from the United States Navy after 10 years of service. During that time, the fields in which she focused included leadership development, facilitation/instructional design, career counseling (specifically recruiting) and anti-submarine warfare.

She is now head of …

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The Civilian Uniform: How to Dress for ‘Business Casual’

“Business casual” is a phrase that is used quite liberally throughout the country right now. The trend began during the last decade when corporate America came to a collective understanding that employees don’t necessarily work better when they are dressed …

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