Jingy Yen

Associate Director, Wharton Undergrad

Jingy Yen

Jingy joined Career Services in 2017, first working with students in the College of Arts & Sciences and then transitioning to the Wharton team.  Prior to that, she spent six years as an advisor at the Washington University in St. Louis Career Center.  Jingy received her B.A. in Psychology from WUSTL and her MS in Applied Psychology from the University of Southern California.  She also has experience working as a recruiter in the tech industry, and a brief stint as a professional makeup artist.  Originally from New Jersey, Jingy is excited to be back on the East Coast, and especially at Penn!

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Now Hiring: Peer Career Advisors

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Last fall, we launched the inaugural year of the Peer Career Advisors (PCAs) program. We hired a team of 7 students who we then extensively trained to help answer all your career related questions. Undergraduates at Penn are now able …

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The art of the thank you note

The art of the thank you note

So you’ve prepped for your interview, scoured Glassdoor for tips, put on your best suit and nailed the interview day. Now what? Interviews are a nerve-wracking experience and often we are so wrapped up in getting ready for it and …

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Deciding on Job Offers

Deciding on Job Offers

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Congratulations, you have a job offer! The decision to accept or decline an offer can be challenging, and there are many factors to consider. Your first reaction is often excitement, followed by relief to have something in hand. Always …

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Introducing Peer Career Advisor Pop-Ins!

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All summer, we have been prepping and planning for when students return in the fall. This semester, we are launching the new Peer Career Advising program which will provide undergraduate students with more advising resources through quick, 15 minute Pop-ins.

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Networking for consulting

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What is networking?

Don’t think about networking as networking. Sometimes that word feels a little cheesy or disingenuous, but the process is more like making friends. Think about how you would feel if someone you didn’t know from your high …

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Case interviews 101

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Interviewing is usually a nerve wracking, anxiety inducing experience. Case interviews bring a whole new level of stress and uncertainty. Here are some tips and tricks for tackling the case interview and making the process more manageable.

First things first …

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