Careers in Chemistry

If you are studying chemistry as an undergraduate student you have many options available to you after graduation that will utilize the skills you’ve acquired as a student of science. There are so many directions you can go! However, if …

By Erica Kryst, PhD
Erica Kryst, PhD Senior Associate Director, Career Experiences and Education
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Starting a New Job While Non-Binary | Set Yourself Up for Success

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You’ve made it through the interview process, accepted your job offer, and now you’re off to begin your new job. When you start in your new position and meet your new …

By Erin Wise
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How to Tell if a Hospital’s Culture is a Good Fit for You

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Job interviews are like speed dates that result in marriage.

Both sides spend the interview trying to develop enough insight to make an informed decision. Everyone shows off his/her best attributes while tactfully unveiling the other person’s …

By HospitalRecruiting
HospitalRecruiting is an online healthcare job board for physicians, advanced practitioners, nurses, and allied health professionals. Visit our site to view current medical practice and employment opportunities or navigate to our Healthcare Career Resources Blog for more great articles like this one!
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Hard Skills vs. Soft Skills: What Are They and How Can You Show Them Off in Your Job Search?

There’s no way around it. In your job hunt, your skills matter. They tell potential employers not only what you can do, but how you can do it and even who you are. All your skills can generally be divided …

By Erin Wise
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Transgender Awareness Month: Coming Out as Transgender in the Workplace HRC Resource

“Some transgender people who wish to disclose this truth about themselves to others have reached a breaking point in their lives where it’s too difficult to hide who they are any longer. Transgender people often feel compelled to share who …

By Erin Wise
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Cover Letter Tricks and Tips

Cover Letter Tricks and Tips

 Cover letters are so important when applying to internships and jobs. It shows how truly interested you are in the opportunity. It also gives you the chance to almost brag about all of your achievements …

By Kyla Anderson
Kyla Anderson Senior Peer Consultant
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Navigating College as a First-Generation Student

What does it mean to be first generation?

We could use the Wikipedia definition, which defines first generation as being “an immigrant born abroad, or the child of an immigrant, born in the target country.”

We could use the Academic/Collegiate …

By Jenny Li
Jenny Li Senior Peer Consultant
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Student Org Spotlight: Pre-Occupational and Physical Therapy Association (POPTA)

In this blog, we hear from Ruth Boehling, the President of the Pre-Occupational and Physical Therapy Association (POPTA)

What is the goal of your student organization?

The goal of POPTA is to provide students the opportunity to discover more about …

By Erin Wise
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5 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Internships

Gaining experience throughout your college years is important to your future success and will help you:

Build up your resume when applying for jobs, competitive internship programs or graduate school
Learn what you like – and don’t like when it …

By Alissa Strong
Alissa Strong Sr. Asst. Director, Technology Innovation & Marketing
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You Don’t Need to Meet Every Qualification to Apply for a Job

“Organizations expect people who are new to a role (and particularly people who are new to a firm) to grow into the position. They want new hires to ask a lot of questions, to seek out mentoring, and to even …

By Erin Wise
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