Tag: Career Advice
Alternative Paths to Filmmaking: Examples and Resources
Zoe Parris Entertainment is one of the most interesting, creative, and risky industries out there. It is an incredible example of the value of teamwork and few other jobs sound as cool to your friends and family as Screenwriter or Editor. As you (yes, you!) become concerned about what being a film major, minor, or […]
How to End a Job Interview like a Champ!
Important questions to ask at the end of a job interview. by Ellie Santonato Congratulations! You applied to a job and recently heard back from the hiring manager about an interview. You feel prepared as you have researched the organization and reviewed some of your top performance stories that you are ready to share as […]
Preparing for an Interview for Every CDM Major
by Ira Deshmukh Preparing for an interview can be a nerve-wracking experience, especially in the technology industry. However, with the right preparation and mindset, you can ace your interview and land your dream job. In this blog post, here are some key tips and strategies for preparing for an interview as data science, computer science, […]
Making the Most out of the Career Fair
Sabah Nanlawala Are you planning on attending the Spring Career Fair on April 19th, 2023? Whether you’re looking for potential jobs or internships, looking to network with employers, or simply browsing options, the Career Fair is a great opportunity for you to start your career exploration. No matter what your goals are, here are some […]
Deadnames and Queer Discrimination in the Workplace
By: Amy Do, Career Advisor, & Isis Walker, LGBTQIA+ Resource Center Coordinator Workplace discrimination is a significant issue faced by the LGBTQ+ community. As of 2018, 48% of LGBTQ+ workers are closeted at work, and 50% of non-LGBTQ+ workers reported that there are no employees at their company who are open about being LBGTQ+. Both […]
Be An Ally to LBGTQ+ Workers: 7 Action Items for Advocacy and Education
Showing support for the LGBTQ+ workforce is more important than ever, as more of the U.S. population identifies as a member of the LGBTQ+ community and at a time of increased violence against transgender people and prolific queer discrimination (with nearly 240 anti-LGBTQ+ bills filed in 2022 alone). Employers have a responsibility to foster inclusive […]
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