Ted Talk Thursday: Talks for when you’re starting a new job

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Being the new person is never easy. Let these talks help you in walking into your workplace with your shoulders back and head held high.

What Ted Talks are in this playlist? All of the following PLUS MORE —

10 ways to have a better conversation

When your job hinges on how well you talk to people, you learn a lot about how to have conversations — and that most of us don’t converse very well. Celeste Headlee has worked …

By Yasmeen Alwani
Yasmeen Alwani CareerEdge Content Creator Yasmeen Alwani
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Summer Wrap Up – Infographic

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As the summer comes to an end, get yourself ready for future employment opportunities and virtual recruiting events!

By Sarah Vojta
Sarah Vojta Creative Graphic Designer Sarah Vojta
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Interview Anecdotes & Examples of Relevant Stories:

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Interviewers want stories. Imagine this and tell me what would better capture your attention. I want a job and you are my first-round interviewer. You ask me to talk about a point on my resume.

I talk a little about what it is exactly, whether it be a club or coursework, with several sentences on what I have done for it. 

VERSUS

I launch an engaging and passionate conversation about a specific project that I fearlessly dove into, complete with …

By Alina Minkova
Alina Minkova Creative Blog Curator Alina Minkova
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Finding a Mentor: Why, Where, When, and How

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Look at the clock! It’s time to find a mentor.

WHY?

Whether you haven’t had an internship or you’ve had five (also applicable to full-time jobs), you can benefit from mentorship. Anyone can, because nobody knows everything about their specialty or field of study, partially because that would require a limitless amount of experience and knowledge and partially because information and common practices are constantly changing! The absolute best way to learn more about anything is through first-hand experience and …

By Alina Minkova
Alina Minkova Creative Blog Curator Alina Minkova
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Your Back to School Career Checklist 

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Get your books from the bookstore. Buy your home decor for your dorm room. Get your career checklist CHECKED.

Refresh your resume with new relevant job experiences 
Write out your career goals for the academic year 
RSVP to upcoming events on CareerEdge
Sign up for your CDI course 
Plan out some LinkedIn posts and content 
Create a career action plan (full blog post coming soon!)

What else is on your career checklist?

By Yasmeen Alwani
Yasmeen Alwani CareerEdge Content Creator Yasmeen Alwani
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Top Consulting Interview Questions and How to Answer Them

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Management consulting is an exciting field with plenty of opportunities for consultants to develop effective business strategies and help clients thrive in their respective industries. If you’re interested in becoming a consultant, you may be wondering about the best way to approach the interview process. For example, what should you expect and how can you prepare?

First and foremost, it’s important to understand that the consulting interview process typically consists of two types of interviews: (1) Fit interviews (also called …

By WayUp Guide
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Online Interview Tips – Infographic

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Virtual interviews are more popular than ever this recruiting season- check out the resources on CareerEdge to get prepared!

By Kristen Novit
Kristen Novit CareerEdge Manager Kristen Novit
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Weakness Question Debunked

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“Great, thank you. Now, what do you consider to be your greatest weakness?”

One of the most infamous behavioral interview questions that can make any qualified candidate weak in the knees. The two important aspects of approaching this question are how long you should take to answer it and what you should say. 

Now, you may think that length of your response does not matter as long as you say the “right thing,” but it does. For example, interviewers are …

By Alina Minkova
Alina Minkova Creative Blog Curator Alina Minkova
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RSVPing to Career Development Center Events

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Got questions? Ask Alyssa!

In this episode, Alyssa tells you how to RSVPing to Career Development Center events!

Events are the perfect way to network, explore job opportunities, chat with employers, get real insight on the interview process and so much more. Events happen ALL the time for every major and every year level. Go and get yourself signed up for some upcoming events today!

Tune into this episode to learn more on what Alyssa has to share.

By Yasmeen Alwani
Yasmeen Alwani CareerEdge Content Creator Yasmeen Alwani
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Recruiting Season is HERE! REGISTER for CDI 301 to set yourself up for SUCCESS!

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Juniors and Seniors majoring in Finance, Economics-Finance, Corporate Finance & Accounting (FI-Focus) and Business Economics: Want to know how you can set yourself up for a successful recruiting season?  CDI 301 is your answer! 

In four classes (that will be over the by end of September!), we’ll cover the following:

Class 1: Internship / Job Search Overview, Targeting Companies & Roles, Taking your Resume to the Next Level
Class 2:  Taking your Cover Letter and LinkedIn Profile to the Next Level, …

By MaryEllen Ryan
MaryEllen Ryan Senior Associate Director, Pulsifer Undergraduate Career Development Center MaryEllen Ryan
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