Transitioning from College to Career: A Veteran’s Guide 

Embarking on a new career after military service and college education presents a unique set of challenges and opportunities. Veterans, equipped with discipline, resilience, and a host of transferable skills, are well-positioned to make a significant impact in the civilian …

By Donnell Turner
Donnell Turner Director of Inclusive Career Development
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5 Tips for a Successful Summer Internship Experience

An internship is a great way to expand your knowledge and apply what you’ve learned during your studies. It’s also a great way to gain real-world experience, boost your resume, and strengthen your skill set. Below, you’ll find advice on …

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Report: English Majors Employed at Comparable Rates, Educators Can Do More to Prepare Students for Careers

This article discusses a recent report commissioned by the Modern Language Association revealing that college graduates with English majors have similar job prospects as those in other fields, with an unemployment rate of 2.3%.

By The Loeb Center
The Loeb Center
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CVs versus Resumes: What’s the Difference?

This article discusses the differences between a resume and a CV, when to use each, and tips for crafting one.

By The Loeb Center
The Loeb Center
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Video: How a $1 Billion Gift Changed Lives

Students from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine react to the $1 billion donation from philanthropist Ruth Gottesman.

By The Loeb Center
The Loeb Center
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Study Finds Black students paired with Black teachers are less likely to be identified for special education

Cassandra Hart from the University of California, Davis, and Constance Lindsay from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill investigate whether Black students’ probability of being identified for two discretionary educational services in the next academic year—gifted education and …

By The Loeb Center
The Loeb Center
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How younger voters will impact elections: Younger voters are poised to upend American politics

Political scientists and policymakers have long discussed the potential influence of the youngest American generations, including Gen Zers and Millennials, on the nation’s partisan landscape.

By The Loeb Center
The Loeb Center
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Overlooked Skills That Could Elevate Your Job Application

In the cutthroat realm of job hunting, crafting an attention-grabbing resume and cover letter is paramount to capturing the attention of prospective employers. It’s common for college students to feel dwarfed by the extensive resumes of seasoned professionals brimming with …

By Penn Schneider
Penn Schneider
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How Should the US Bio-Pharma Sector Best Prepare Itself for the Future Impact of AI?

This article shares 7 strategies for the US Bio-Pharma sector to prepare for the eventual effects of AI.

By The Loeb Center
The Loeb Center
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Finding a Job When You Don’t Know What You Want to Do Next

The article discusses the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on career transitions, emphasizing the need for intentional job searching. It highlights the two common mindsets early career job seekers often fall into: avoiders and gatherers, neither of which leads to …

By The Loeb Center
The Loeb Center
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