Undergraduate Students

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Chronically Capable | Tips for Job Hunting While Living with Chronic Illness or Disability

From misconceptions about chronic illnesses to practical advice about managing a job search, this blog provides guidance for those who are living with a chronic illness or disability, including COVID-19 considerations.

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How first-generation college students should find internships and entry-level jobs

First-generation college and university students in the United States are defined as those whose parents did not attend college. According to Wikipedia, first-generation college students tend to be older, come from families with lower incomes, attend college part-time, live off-campus, …

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Combatting imposter syndrome in the workplace

Imposter syndrome is an all-too-common affliction that can present itself in many different aspects of life. The feeling of being inadequate and unable to do something or fit in somewhere despite being undoubtedly qualified can be really overwhelming and can …

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Want to Stay in the US? Transition from OPT to H-1B

When an international student’s optional practical training (OPT) begins to wind down, making the switch to an H-1B or Green Card is a common idea that comes up.

While it is possible to remain in the U.S. on the OPT …

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Featured Resources

The Isenberg Resume: A How-To Guide for Undergraduate Students
The Isenberg Cover Letter: A How-to Guide for Undergraduate Students
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How to Make a Career Coaching Appointment in Navigate

Read the Isenberg Student Appointment Scheduling Guide to learn how to connect with a career advisor!

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Office of Career Success
Chase Career Center, Suite N207
Isenberg School of Management
UMass Amherst
121 Presidents Drive
Amherst, MA 01003

Chase Career Center Hours

M 8:30am-5pm
T 8:30am-5pm
W 8:30am-5pm
TH 8:30am-5pm
F 8:30am-5pm