How to Handle Video Interviews When You Have a Disability

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By their very nature, video interviews are tough. You might not know where to look (do you glance at your camera, the computer screen, or both?), what to say, how long (or short) your answers should be, and so on. …

By Alicia Hibbard
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You are invited to join Bloomberg’s Summer of Puzzles!

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For the next 9 weeks (starting this Friday, August 7), a new online puzzle will become available every Friday at 12:00pm ET. If you miss a week, don’t worry- puzzles from previous weeks will remain unlocked for you to solve …

By Lindsey Murtland
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9 Tips for Running Successful Online Events

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With the future of in-person gatherings still uncertain and likely to remain so through the end of the year, more and more nonprofits are shifting their events to virtual. Technology can be an incredible tool—and it also requires a bit …

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Webinar – Navigating USA Jobs – Finding and Applying for Federal Jobs

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Hosted by Office of Personnel Management

Join the staff of the Recruitment Policy and Outreach (RPO) division of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), for an in-depth webinar that provides a step-by-step process for navigating USAJOBS.  We cover job searching, creating …

By Judy Bernier
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Webinar Invitation: Best Practices in Applying to Graduate School

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Students are invited to attend an introductory webinar on best practices when applying for graduate school. The session repeats each month – next session to be held on August 25.
Students can register and see all dates at
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Webinar Invitation: Introduction to the Pickering, Rangel, and Payne Fellowships

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Advisors and students are invited to join us for an introductory webinar on the Pickering, Rangel, and Payne Fellowship Programs. If students are thinking about a career in public service, these programs combine graduate school funding and career opportunities at …

By Judy Bernier
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Tips for Career Exploration Success: What I Learned from my Own Exploration

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Tips for Career Exploration Success: What I Learned from my Own Exploration

As corny as it sounds, career exploration is a JOURNEY. You have to pack the right tools for the journey, you might get lost, you might need help …

By Lexie Avery, MS '15
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10 Ways To Gain Health Care Experience On and Off Campus…Ready? Set? Know!

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As we begin to return to a new academic year, we certainly have had many unforeseen distractions over the past 6 months. It’s time to start fresh, look ahead and think about gaining experience. You don’t have to go far …

By Laura O'Neill
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How to Ace Your Virtual Interview

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The virtual workforce has officially emerged. We, as a company and a society, find ourselves doing things differently, including how we conduct job interviews. And while many best interview practices remain the same, virtual interviews have different nuances than in-person. Having …

By Brandy Smith, M. Ed.
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John Quincy Adams Society Marcellus Policy Fellowship

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The John Quincy Adams Society Marcellus Policy Fellowship helps the next generation of US foreign policy leaders combine knowledge of foreign policy, work on the craft of effective policy writing, and develop the ideas and skills necessary to guide American …

By Judy Bernier
Judy Bernier Experiential Education Assistant Judy Bernier
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