Professional Advice

6 Boundary Questions Successful Professionals Always Ask Themselves

As an executive coach and corporate CEO, I see how personal boundaries sustain success and how a lack of boundaries inhibits success. A boundary in your personal life is an invisible line between what you will and will not allow.

By Fairygodboss - Ivy Exec
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Top Tips for Searching for an Out-of-State Job

When searching for a job, there are many factors to consider in your decision-making process like: the salary, the new role you would take on, the additional benefits, the environment at your job, and how this progresses your career. There …

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The Anatomy of a Perfect “Tell Me About Yourself” Answer for Any Executive

It can be difficult to interpret the common interview question, “Tell me about yourself.” Is it a simple icebreaker meant to make you feel more comfortable? Or is it the most difficult question of all meant to establish the interview’s …

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How to Use Personality Type to Find a Career You Love

Sometimes it takes time to find a career you love. If yours doesn’t feel right, now might be the best time to make a change for the better. Over 40% of the global workforce is on the brink of resigning, …

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Questions for students to ask to determine an employer’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion

By Cindy Price Verduce, Indiana Tech Career Center and Regional Career Services Director

Everyone wants to feel like they belong, but how do you know if an organization will welcome your whole authentic self to work? When looking for a …

By Steven Rothberg - College Recruiter
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Advice from one first-generation college student to others who are seeking internships and entry-level jobs

We recently shared some advice for first-generation college students searching for internships and recent graduates hunting for entry-level jobs. I was thrilled to then hear from one who had some really, really good advice for other first-generation students.

Diana Cleinmark

By Steven Rothberg - College Recruiter
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How To Talk About Your Non-Traditional Career Goals

If there’s one thing we have all learned through the last couple of years, it’s that future of work is changing (and more rapidly than ever). Whether you are job hunting, freelancing, starting your own nonprofit, or happily employed at …

By Lauren Graham - Idealist Careers
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MSA Career & Professional Development Workshops for 2022

MSA students!

Mark your calendars for upcoming Career & Professional Development Workshops that will boost our recruiting savvy! Now is the time to begin to focus on preparation for the Fall 2022 recruiting season. It may seem like a long …

By Kim Figueroa
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How to Find Organizations Committed to DEI Values

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Most social impact organizations today express a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).

The National Council of Nonprofits encourages organizations to not only articulate their values, but to be guided by them and to integrate them …

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Work abroad: Why recent college grads should conduct a global job search

 

Jobs that require travel or allow recent college grads to work abroad can help build cultural awareness, strengthen one’s ability to navigate through dynamic environments, and cultivate a level of agility, which is required by most employers today, says

By Matt Krumrie - College Recruiter
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