A Foot Forward in the Realm of Science

Diego Barragan, COL ’25, Bridgeport, CT

This summer, I had the honor in working in the Cormode Lab in the Department of Radiology at Penn Medicine. I have been working in the Cormode Lab since October 2022 and this summer …

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Top careers for LGBTQ+ job seekers

If you’re a student or job seeker who identifies as LGBTQ+, you might consider incorporating it into your search for a fulfilling career. Representation of LGBTQ+ people is sorely lacking in many areas of the workforce. But in certain industries, …

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9 Steps To Recession-Proof Your Career In 2023

We’ve all seen the headlines: record inflation, rising interest rates, tumbling stocks, and looming recession. With talk of hiring freezes and layoffs, employees are anxious about what could happen to their careers in this troubled economy.  

The concerns are justified. …

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A SHARP Perspective into Hospital Life

Hannah Adeniyi, COL ’23, Baltimore, MD

This summer I had the opportunity to work at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center as a part of the Student Hospitalist Academic Research Program (SHARP). This was a program focused on mentoring students …

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Big-Picture Thinking Can Start Now

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 175: Clifton Strengths and Other Assessments

Episode 175 – This week, we discuss Cliftonstrengths, a philosophy focused on identifying and developing one’s innate talents rather than their weaknesses. Everyone has different styles, but how learning more about yours can help you understand not only yourself but …

By Michael DeAngelis
Michael DeAngelis Senior Associate Director, Communications & Technology
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A Summer of Curiosity

Racquelle Moxey, COL ’23, Orlando, FL

This summer I had the opportunity to work as a research assistant in the Changing Brain Lab, a Penn Child Development Lab focused on studying how the brain changes as people grow and learn …

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Avengers Assemble: Reframing Failure

Maybe you’re not into superheroes…

While I likely do not understand where you are coming from at all… I guess I could imagine a world where the Avengers are not the first you think about in the morning and the …

By Laura Brasch
Laura Brasch Associate Director, The College
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Fully Funded Summer Internships in Public Service: Get Paid to Make a Difference!

Are you someone who wants to grow a career in public service? Do you dream of helping to build a better government and stronger democracy? If yes, you may want to check out the internship opportunities at the Partnership for …

By Anne Dickinson
Anne Dickinson Senior Associate Director, The College
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Summer Research in KT Disparities at NYU

Samantha Cueto, NUR ’24, Union City, NJ

This summer, I have been gratefully given the opportunity to work with Dr. Maya Clark-Cutaia as her Clinical Research Assistant. I was honored to have worked with Dr. Clark-Cutaia, who is currently an …

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