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By Megan Wilson (she, her, hers)
Megan Wilson (she, her, hers) Program and Marketing Coordinator Megan Wilson (she, her, hers)
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Personalize Your Hub for the Best Content for You

Your Career Hub weekly newsletter can be customized to your interest areas in two minutes–including upcoming events, sample jobs, and helpful articles/blogs. It is important that you take the 2 minutes to update your preferences to ensure you are getting …

By Megan Wilson (she, her, hers)
Megan Wilson (she, her, hers) Program and Marketing Coordinator Megan Wilson (she, her, hers)
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Duke I&E Innovation Sprint Competition

Are you a first-year student interested in innovation and entrepreneurship? Wondering whether to enroll in the Undergraduate I&E Certificate in the spring? Want to gain experience for your resume while having fun, learning design skills, and meeting new people? In …

By Alicia Rhodes (she/hers)
Alicia Rhodes (she/hers) Assistant Director of Career Services Alicia Rhodes (she/hers)
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Employer Spotlight: Davidson Kempner

We connected with Sam, a 2012 Duke alum, who shared information about working at hedge fund Davidson Kempner in New York.

I studied Psychology and Chemistry at Duke and was pre-med before transitioning to a finance path my senior year. …

By Monique K. Turrentine Holmes
Monique K. Turrentine Holmes Associate Director, Employer Relations Monique K. Turrentine Holmes
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Employer Spotlight: ArtistYear

We connected with a representative from ArtistYear who’s sharing some information with us about their background and being successful at ArtistYear organization.

I majored in Fine Arts & Photography in college and always knew I wanted to find a way …

By Monique K. Turrentine Holmes
Monique K. Turrentine Holmes Associate Director, Employer Relations Monique K. Turrentine Holmes
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What can I do about FOMO in my search?

FOMO is real, or at least it’s real for a number of people. And the job or internship search isn’t immune from the fear of missing out. It comes in all shapes and sizes, with some individuals choosing career paths …

By Jenny Johnson (she/hers)
Jenny Johnson (she/hers) Assistant Director, Career Services Jenny Johnson (she/hers)
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New York Times International Affairs section

The New York Times has a great International Affairs section with lots of current events, topics of interest, and information which could be helpful as you explore or pursue a career in International Affairs.

By Jennifer Agor
Jennifer Agor Associate Director, Career Readiness Jennifer Agor
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Being: Persistent | Duke Catalyst

Ashleigh Smith is a graduate of the Trinity School of Arts, class of 2020. She reflects on her first-year post-Duke and what it was like grounding her career as a woman of color in a field that didn’t have many …

By Kala Juett
Kala Juett Catalyst Fellow Kala Juett
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