Julia Brockney

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Julia Brockney

My name is Julia Brockney and I’m a rising junior from Londonderry, New Hampshire. I am majoring in Marketing with an LSM in Earth, Environment, and Global Sustainability. On Campus, I am the Head of Marketing for the Bentley Leadership Society, part of Greek Life as a member of Kappa Delta, and this will be my second year working with the Pulsifer Undergraduate Career Development Center. I can’t wait to see what an in-person semester will look like for us and can’t wait to continue connecting students with helpful career development resources.

This summer, I worked as a Client Strategy Intern at Pitney Bowes. I was responsible for executing various types of reporting and data analysis while learning how to use a variety of sales operations tools. Working for a company like this confirmed my passion for connecting with user experience and working on a team. Outside of school, extracurricular involvement, and work, I love to take on creative projects, be active, cook, and spend time with friends!

If you have any questions about the PCDC, CareerEdge, or anything we do, feel free to reach out!

 

 

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Making the Most of Your Internship: Reflections

Be sure to reflect on your professional experiences. Reflecting on topics such as skill development and future planning is an important aspect of being #Hired!

 

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Making the Most of Your Internship: How to Set Goals

Setting short-term and long-term goals is an important part of being #Hired. Check out these tips in order to make the most out of your job or internship!

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Making the Most of Your Internship: Questions to Ask Your Manager

Asking your manager or colleagues questions can help in making the most out of your internship. Take a look at these questions and make the most out of being #Hired!

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Boost Your Professional Confidence!

Did you know LinkedIn Learning offers free courses and certifications to display on your profile? Get certified and let’s get #HIRED!

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Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

The Pulsifer Career Development Center is always here to support you! Click here to read a blog about dealing with imposter syndrome.

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Take Time for YOU: Stress in the Workplace

Remember, Falcons, we’re #PARATUS! If you’re in need of some inspiration, continue to take a look at CareerEdge!

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Update Your “About” Section on LinkedIn!

When is the last time you tweaked your LinkedIn? Make it today! CareerEdge has dozens of blogs about LinkedIn, so check them out if you need more advice 📝

 

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Make a Great First Impression!

Many internship (and full-time!) start dates are right around the corner- be sure to set yourself up for success on Day 1! Check back in with CareerEdge for more first-day advice.

 

 

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Combating Impostor Syndrome

Doubting your abilities? From “separating feelings from fact” to visualizing success, Dr. Valarie Young details 10 great tips on how to combat impostor syndrome. To read more, click here.

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Why International Students Should Consider Careers in Canada

The U.S. is now a land of contradictions. Its economy is doing well, with no signs of slowing down. Unemployment is rock bottom. And the demand for skilled labor is sky high. Yet the environment for international students looking to start their careers in the U.S. is challenging, to say the least.

The problem is political. Given the country’s current administration supporting a mantra of “Buy American, Hire American,” immigration policies have tightened, making it more difficult for international students …

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