How to Create an Online Portfolio (Even When You Don’t Have Work Experience)

You don’t need professional work experience to have a great online portfolio. If you’ve written articles for the school newspaper, conducted research for a class, developed a video game in an extracurricular, or did some graphic design on your own …

By Zoe Kaplan - Forage
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CS Radio – Episode 169: Thanksgiving Break and the Job Search

Happy Thanksgiving break! The squad discusses how to use the downtime as a chance to get comfortable with how to use job boards. Plus, we discuss what to say to a family they may or may not be pressing you …

By J. Michael DeAngelis
J. Michael DeAngelis Senior Digital Resources Manager, co-host CS Radio
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Navigating Career Crossroads

Check out this post from the Carpe Careers blog published on the Inside Higher Ed website – written by PhD/postdoc career advisors for PhD students and postdocs:

By Joseph Barber
Joseph Barber Director, Graduate Career Initiatives
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How To Craft a Diversity Statement for Graduate School Application

In recent years, more and more institutions of higher education are requesting applicants to graduate programs to write a statement of diversity. A diversity statement, also sometimes referred to as a personal history statement, is used by these institutions to …

By Doris Tabassum
Doris Tabassum Associate Director, Graduate School Advising
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15 Accounting Interview Questions and Answers

Accounting interview questions often include knowledge-based and technical questions designed to ensure you have the skills needed to succeed as an accountant. To get you interview-ready, we’ve gathered some of the most common accounting questions and answers for interviews.

In …

By McKayla Girardin - Forage
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Beating Burnout

Check out this post from the Harvard Business Review blog published on their website – written by Monique Valcour:

https://hbr.org/2016/11/beating-burnout

By Tina Anino
Tina Anino Associate Director, The College
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Exponent-ial Benefit! Preparing for Technical Interviews

For any student looking to prepare for interviews in the technical space – Product Managers, Software Engineering, UI/UX/Product Design, Data Science, and more – Exponent is the tool you need!

Exponent is a learning platform that helps you prepare for …

By Jamie Grant
Jamie Grant Senior Associate Director, Engineering
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My Summer in the Lampson Lab

Srikar Yelamarthy, COL ’24, Warrington, PA

Over the summer I had the opportunity to work in the Lampson Lab and conduct research in the field of cell biology. The lab focuses on the cell biology of meiotic drive in mammals, …

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Career Services
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Broadening PhD Experiences to Enhance Your Career

Check out this post from the Carpe Careers blog published on the Inside Higher Ed website – written by PhD/postdoc career advisors for PhD students and postdocs:

By Joseph Barber
Joseph Barber Director, Graduate Career Initiatives
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CS Radio – Episode 168: Avoiding Toxic Job Postings

This week on CS Radio, the squad discusses another article from The Muse – this time on how to identify a potentially toxic workplace environment! Be wary when a posting uses cute or quirky titles, vagueness in the description, or …

By J. Michael DeAngelis
J. Michael DeAngelis Senior Digital Resources Manager, co-host CS Radio
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