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Welcome to Spring 2021!  Updates from Career Services

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It’s wonderful that we will have more students back in Philadelphia this spring.  We hope that with the vaccines more readily available our staff will be fully back on campus by the summer or fall. In the meantime, we wanted …

By Barbara Hewitt
Barbara Hewitt Executive Director Barbara Hewitt
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How Will a Biden Presidency Affect International Students’ Job Search?

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It’s been more than a week since Joe Biden was elected the 46th president of the United States. Following Biden’s successful presidential bid, we spoke with international student career expert Marcelo Barros to get a sense of how a Biden …

By Derek Loosvelt - Vault
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A comprehensive resource for students and job seekers looking for career advice, job postings, company reviews from employees, and rankings of the best companies and industry employers.
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9 Alarming Facts About What the Pandemic Is Doing to Women in the Workplace

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Let’s face it, progress for women in the workplace was moving at a snail’s pace even before the coronavirus pandemic hit. Now all those gains are at risk of being quickly undone and worse. For the past six years, Lean …

By Stav Ziv - The Muse
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New Penn FGLI Law School Application Fee Waiver Program

New Penn FGLI Law School Application Fee Waiver Program

Penn Career Services supports first-generation low-income law school applicants through partnerships with 12 law schools to eliminate financial barriers.
Completion and submission of the Penn First-Generation Low-Income Law School Application Fee Waiver Request Form allows applicants to be considered for …

By Ariana Alexander
Ariana Alexander Associate Director, Graduate School Advising Ariana Alexander
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Exploring Law Schools During a Pandemic

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Although we are unable to bring law school admissions representatives to campus this semester due to COVID-19, there are many online opportunities to learn about law schools as you prepare to apply this Fall. You can explore law schools from …

By Mia Carpiniello
Mia Carpiniello Associate Director, Graduate School Advising Mia Carpiniello
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Introducing Virtual Peer Career Advisor Pop-ins

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As we all know, this fall looks completely different from previous years. However, Career Services is dedicated to continuing to offer all of our services. We are excited to invite you to Virtual Peer Career Advisor (PCA) Pop-ins. This is …

By Zaida Bryant
Zaida Bryant Administrative Coordinator, The College Zaida Bryant
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All You Need to Know for the Fall Career Fairs

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Welcome back!

Even if yesterday was a first day unlike any other, we’re so glad to be kicking off a new semester. Of course, in Career Services, that means we’re gearing up for career fairs!

Naturally they’re going to look …

By Mylène Kerschner
Mylène Kerschner Associate Director, The College Mylène Kerschner
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Preparing for Fall 2020 Recruiting

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Fall 2020 will look like no other semester in Penn’s history and certainly not what any of us had imagined.  Even though we will be working remotely, Career Services is fully prepared to continue to provide all of the services …

By Barbara Hewitt
Barbara Hewitt Executive Director Barbara Hewitt
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An Update on Career Services for Fall 2020

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It has been a challenging few months for all of us given the COVID 19 pandemic and the social distancing measures we have taken. We hope that all of you are staying safe and healthy as we move into the …

By Barbara Hewitt
Barbara Hewitt Executive Director Barbara Hewitt
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Supreme Court Rules to Protect Gay and Transgender Workers

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On Monday, June 15, right in the middle of Pride Month, during a global pandemic and on the crest of an incredible wave of Civil Rights action, the Supreme Court made a monumental decision. The Court ruled 6 to 3 …

By Mylène Kerschner
Mylène Kerschner Associate Director, The College Mylène Kerschner
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