How to Overcome Perfectionism on the Job Hunt

Illustration by Marian Blair

Searching for a job can be challenging and daunting for anyone, regardless of personality or experience. But there are particular hindrances or barriers that can surface for people with perfectionistic tendencies.

Perfectionism, or the practice of …

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Career Development Timelines for Weitzman School of Design Students

Weitzman School of Design Students: Career Development Timelines

Career Development Timelines provide insight on the many career focused action steps you can do each semester during your academic program.   Click on the link below for your program to learn more:

By Marianne Lipa
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How To Study or Work Abroad No Matter Who You Are or What you Do

by Natalie Jesionka on the themuse.com

Have you ever thought about studying or working abroad but shrugged it off because you didn’t think it would be doable or relevant for your career?

If so, you’re not alone. Recently, the White …

By Esther Ra
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3 Ways To Network Internationally

Have you ever networked with people outside of the U.S.? Whether you’re an international student looking to work in your home country or a domestic student looking for an adventure abroad, it’s always helpful to make connections in your industry …

By Jillian Cener
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Cover Letter Guide for Graduate Students in Design

Introducing the Cover Letter Guide for Graduate Students in Design

As you apply for internships and full-time positions, a cover letter may be one of the materials to submit with your application.  The cover letter guide for Design students shows …

By Marianne Lipa
Marianne Lipa Associate Director, Graduate Students & Postdocs Marianne Lipa
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A Rare Opportunity

This is part of series of posts by recipients of the 2020 Career Services Summer Funding Grant. We’ve asked funding recipients to reflect on their summer experiences and talk about the industries in which they spent their summer. You can …

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Growing in the City

This is part of series of posts by recipients of the 2020 Career Services Summer Funding Grant. We’ve asked funding recipients to reflect on their summer experiences and talk about the industries in which they spent their summer. You can …

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Meet You in St. Louis

This is part of series of posts by recipients of the 2020 Career Services Summer Funding Grant. We’ve asked funding recipients to reflect on their summer experiences and talk about the industries in which they spent their summer. You can …

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Interviewing: Answers for “Do You Have Any Questions for Us?”  During Covid-19

by Dr. Esther H. Ra

Often interviewees will forget that an interview is ultimately a two-way street.  As much as an employer is taking a deeper look at your skill sets and experience during an interview, as the interviewee, it …

By Esther Ra
Esther Ra Associate Director, Nursing/Education/Social Work Esther Ra
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NEW! EFFECTIVE RESUMES FOR DESIGN STUDENTS GUIDE

Graduate students in the Weitzman School of Design may have noticed a new Career Services resource available to them: the Effective Resumes for Design Students Guide!

Whether you are a Design student who has never created a resume before, or …

By Dianne Hull
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