Tech Resume

It’s a great time of year to draft or update your resume. In the tech world, depending on the role you’re applying to, you will be crafting a resume that may look a little different than other industries. Here’s an …

By Catherine Allen (she/her)
Catherine Allen (she/her) Assistant Director, Career Services
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Undergraduate Credit Options for Summer Internships

Undergraduate Credit for Internship Experiences

As summer planning begins, you may find yourself with a fantastic internship opportunity but are in need of academic credit for the experience. This isn’t uncommon, as many employers require students to receive academic …

By Leigh Ann Muth-Waring (she/hers)
Leigh Ann Muth-Waring (she/hers) Assistant Director, Employer Relations
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Personalize Your Career Hub for the Best Content for You

Join Career Communities and curated jobs, events and information are at your fingertips!

Also, 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 …

By Megan Wilson (she, her, hers)
Megan Wilson (she, her, hers) Associate Director, Communications and Outreach
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Employer Spotlight: Kearney Campus Recruiting – Virtual Summer Office Visit Webinar

We will be hosting a virtual office visit webinar this August help rising juniors and seniors (class of 2023 and 2024 students) get to know us prior to full time/ internship recruiting in the fall. https://tinyurl.com/ycvfthdy

By Monique K. Turrentine Holmes
Monique K. Turrentine Holmes Associate Director, Employer Relations
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How to Build a Career in Sustainability

Get a head start on the best ways to understand and grow expertise in the sustainability space by reading this article.

Article Summary: There is no unique path when it comes to sustainability. If you are curious about how to …

By Christina Plante
Christina Plante Assistant Director of Career Services
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2022 Clean Energy Prize

The Duke University Energy Initiative, Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, and Innovation and Entrepreneurship Initiative are offering this award of $10,000 to support student-led development of ideas, products, and services advancing an accessible, affordable, reliable, and clean energy future.

By Christina Plante
Christina Plante Assistant Director of Career Services
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The class of 2022 is being presented with the most open jobs in history. But they aren’t the jobs Gen Zers want.

“Recent hiring projections from the National Association of Colleges and Employers indicate that employers are planning to hire 31.6% more new graduates than last year. But there’s a potential mismatch between the jobs that new grads want and the ones that …

By Kai Kelley Jr. (he/him)
Kai Kelley Jr. (he/him) Career Advisor, Discovery & Exploration Career Community
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Choosing a Career in Local Government

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Making a difference at the local level

A career in local government is an excellent option for those who have a passion for public service. Public service is often about what you give rather than what you receive, and …

By Ängela Bonner
Ängela Bonner Assistant Director, Career Services
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Healthcare in 2022

It is no secret the healthcare industry has evolved rapidly over the past several years. While much of the world was pivoting, healthcare accelerated its evolution and now, six months into 2022, we see how the industry has responded/adapted to …

By Michael "Rudi" Rudisill (he/him/his)
Michael "Rudi" Rudisill (he/him/his) Assistant Director, Career Services
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Employer Spotlight: McKinsey, 2022 Recruiting Timeline

McKinsey 2022 Recruiting: Opportunities + Timeline

Applications for all roles open on June 15th

Business Analyst deadline – July 7th

Summer Business Analyst Intern deadline – July 7th or August 11th

Sophomore Summer Business Analyst Intern – September 8th

See below for …

By Monique K. Turrentine Holmes
Monique K. Turrentine Holmes Associate Director, Employer Relations
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Why People Who Build Smaller Networks Are More Successful, Backed by Science

“Research shows that people who build open networks earn higher salaries and get promoted more rapidly. They manage “balanced ties” across organizational lines to obtain information and influence impact. They network not just across functional lines, but also up and down …

By Kai Kelley Jr. (he/him)
Kai Kelley Jr. (he/him) Career Advisor, Discovery & Exploration Career Community
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How to get started with a career in federal government as a student or recent graduate

College Recruiter

Hope White of Hopeful Speaking and Consulting, LLC recently sat down with College Recruiter’s Steven Rothberg to discuss how students and recent graduates should go about starting a career within the Federal Government.

Hope is a U.S. veteran …

By Ängela Bonner
Ängela Bonner Assistant Director, Career Services
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5 insights that will allow you to compete in the future of work

5 insights that will allow you to compete in the future of work

Management consultant and bestselling author Keith Ferrazzi insists that the most important lesson of all is that this is your opportunity to learn from your peers.

Article originally appeared in Fast Company on April 16, 2022.

Keith Ferrazzi is the founder …

By Greg Victory (he/him/his)
Greg Victory (he/him/his) Assistant VP Student Affairs/Fannie Mitchell Executive Director, Career Center
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