9 Must-Have Skills for Your Lab Technician Resume

This article highlights in-demand skills and provides information on how to list them on a resume to land a job as a lab technician.

By The Loeb Center
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10 best career options for Native American college students

Despite all the progress we’ve made as a society, disparities, and inequalities continue to exist, and educational opportunities for Native Americans are no exception. For many Native American students, finding a career that not only provides a good income but …

By College Recruiter
College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career.
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In Case You Missed It: Break Into Entertainment

Did you miss my entertainment industry session earlier this fall?

If you’re passionate about film/TV or the music industry, my workshop slides offer an up-close look at:

By Carla Costa
Carla Costa Program Director, Careers in Arts and Communication
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The Nonprofit Industrial Complex

This article discusses the significant growth of the nonprofit sector in the United States, raising questions about its impact on American society. The concern is that these nonprofits, especially those with perpetual endowments, may become unaccountable and pursue agendas that …

By The Loeb Center
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The Importance of Cover Letters

Follow these five steps to write an effective and thoughtful internship application, plus more tips, FAQs and perspectives! 

Give yourself ample time to write a cover letter. While we know it isn’t always possible to have weeks of advanced notice, …

By Emily Tareila
Emily Tareila Program Director, Charles Hamilton Houston Internship Program
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Last year’s U.S. infant mortality rate hit its highest increase in two decades

This article discusses the leading causes for the increase in infant mortality and speculates about the potential factors.

By The Loeb Center
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Who Runs the Best U.S. Schools? It May Be the Defense Department.

This article explains how the Defense Department’s schools outperformed every jurisdiction and avoided educational losses during the pandemic.

By The Loeb Center
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What I Wish I Knew Before Starting Grad School

This article provides valuable advice for those beginning their graduate studies, touching on topics such as the distinction between undergraduate and graduate education, effective reading strategies, organizational systems, building relationships with professors and peers, coping with imposter syndrome, practicing self-care, …

By The Loeb Center
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We Asked ChatGPT to Write Resumes and Cover Letters. Here’s What It Got Right (and Wrong)

You’ve probably heard the buzz about ChatGPT and all the wild conversations and creations it’s producing. While it’s a fun diversion in the middle of an otherwise dull day, are there any practical applications for ChatGPT — like having it …

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The Power of Mentorship

Keshia Moffat from Ugpi’ganjig First Nation explains how beneficial mentorship was in her early career and provides advice for new graduates.

By The Loeb Center
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