To Network or Not To Network?
By: Ira Deshmukh, Career Community Ambassador Tired of hearing the “you should network more” advice from everyone? Worry not, we’ve got a small curation of three easily applicable tips and tricks you can use to, like they all say, network more. But what is networking and why is it important? Networking is essentially the act […]
What’s up with Urban Planning and Research? Advice from an Alum
By: Ellie Santonato, Career Community Advisor, & Francis Matias, Career Community Ambassador Sarah Stolpe is a 2021 graduate from DePaul University whose college experience was impacted due to the University shut down in March 2020 that continued through the 2020–2021 school year. Sarah was a double major in Political Science and Economics. Today, a year […]
Self-Care for Your Job Search
By: Jen Fleming, Education, Nonprofit & Government Career Community Advisor The job search can be stressful. The transition process and vulnerability can bring out anxiety. Here are 5 tips for practicing self-care during the job search to ensure you don’t burn out. 1. Find a Mentor You will have a lot of decisions to make! […]
New Year, New Focus: 5 Career Resolutions to Make This Year
By: Gracie Covarrubias, DePaul University organizational and multicultural communication major ’18 and Career Center communications assistant The New Year brings the promise of a fresh start—a new landscape to grow and develop as a person. It’s no secret that every year we all make resolutions that we end up losing track of about a month into […]
Don’t Attend a Job Fair Without Reading These Tips
By: Jennifer Delay James, Alumni Sharing Knowledge (ASK) mentor with an MBA from DePaul University Standing out among many job seekers can be challenging at job fairs. In this article, Jennifer Delay James, DePaul alumna and mentor, and program manager at Pearson, shares how you can prepare and excel at your next job fair. Target Specific Employers Review […]
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