What Is Environmental Law?

Many agencies and government departments use environmental law services to protect their interests. So do businesses, advocacy organizations, and law firms that represent individuals.

Environmental law is a growing field with a broad scope of work that encompasses issues related …

By Robin Madell - Forage
Forage
Showcase your skills. Find your career fit.
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Interviewing While Non-Binary | Tips for Job Hunting with Confidence

For a growing number of individuals publicly identifying as non-binary, the job search and application process can be filled with a lot of unknowns. In addition to preparing for interview questions and wondering if you’ll connect with the hiring manager, …

By Joeli Katz - Idealist Careers
Idealist Careers
Idealist Careers | Helping you land, love, and grow in your social-impact career. And visit Idealist.org explore thousands of great jobs and social-impact organizations near you.
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Is It Dark In Here?: Tracking Melanosomal Proteins

Abetzi Vazquez Ochoa, COL ’25, Houston, Texas

This summer, I was lucky enough to work in the Marks Lab of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, where I explored the different variants of …

By Career Services
Career Services
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5 Helpful Questions for Informational Interviews

Have you ever wanted to talk to someone in an industry of interest, but you didn’t know what to ask them? Have you wanted to connect with Penn alumni, but you’re feeling intimidated by the conversation?

Informational interviews are incredibly …

By Jillian Cener
Jillian Cener Associate Director, Engineering
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Quick Tips for Getting Government Jobs

For many, the thought of finding a government job can feel a bit mysterious – perhaps even daunting. When should I apply? Where do I look? How long does it take? Who will hire me? These are all questions we hear …

By Anne Dickinson
Anne Dickinson Senior Associate Director, The College
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A Summer in Pediatric Neurosurgery

Jimmy Bianchi, COL ’24, Scranton, PA

Prior to attending Penn, I had always aspired to attend medical school. However, I was both intimidated and excited by the vast array of professions one could pursue. During my second year at Penn, …

By Career Services
Career Services
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CS Radio – Classic Episode: “Scares & Surprises”

CS Radio is on hiatus this week, but we wanted to share this classic Halloween themed episode from 2019!

It’s Halloween, but CS Radio is here to make things a little less scary with resources in some surprising places. Originally …

By J. Michael DeAngelis
J. Michael DeAngelis Senior Digital Resources Manager, co-host CS Radio
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Teaching as a Transferable Skill

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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Career Exploration and Self-Assessment

Career Exploration is quite simply learning about careers, industries, and roles that align with your career preferences. These preferences are the combination of your interests, values, and skills. The process of exploring potential careers can be daunting. I often get …

By Jackie Moriniere
Jackie Moriniere Associate Director, Engineering
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Tuning into TUNE-In for Autism

Michelle Yoon, COL ’23, Daejeon, South Korea

This summer I was fortunate enough to receive funding to continue working in the Brodkin Lab, which I joined in the fall of 2020. I am part of the TUNE-In (Training to Understand and …

By Career Services
Career Services
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