Athletes

Information for Athletes

There are lots of valuable skills you have learned and honed as a Division I Varsity Athlete. In fact, what has made you successful as an athlete can also make you competitive for jobs and internships. Each of these skills is a strength you bring to a working environment. By becoming comfortable communicating how these abilities translate to a particular position, you will be able to more successfully demonstrate how you have the skills and experiences to succeed in almost any professional environment.

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Pre-health Prep: Shadowing vs. Clinical Volunteering

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Many pre-health students wonder what the difference is between shadowing and clinical volunteering, as well as how much of these experiences they before applying to professional school.  Here’s a quick take:

Shadowing is observing a medical professional at work in …

By Carol Hagan
Carol Hagan Senior Associate Director, Graduate School Advising Carol Hagan
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What Elite Athletes Can Teach Us About The Value of Rest

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Few understand tough, physical work, commitment, and goal-oriented thinking like elite athletes. They rise early, put in dedicated hours of training, and aren’t afraid of pushing themselves in the gym, at the track, or on the court.

But it turns …

By Jill Nawrocki - Idealist Careers
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