Karsh Conversations: Science Communication

New video featuring alum Brittany Bridgen about her career path into Science Communication. Check it out!

By Christina Plante (she/her)
Christina Plante (she/her) Assistant Director of Career Services
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Recommended Listening: What to do when the path you’re on isn’t working with Allison Chen ’24

Note from Greg Victory: This is such an engaging and inspiring interview between Rachel Garcia ’12 and Allison Chen ’24! Some great advice. Check it out today!

Episode Overview:

Allison is a Duke student, content creator, and pastry chef. She …

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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Tips About Jobs in the National Football League (NFL)

Types of Entry-Level NFL Jobs

Each of these NFL cities tends to offer the same entry-level job opportunities, although not every entry-level NFL job will be available in every town throughout the year.

Some of the best entry-level positions include:

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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Is Marketing a Good Career Path?

If you’re considering pursuing a marketing career, you may be wondering if marketing is a good career path. What types of jobs are in the field, and what kind of professional progress is possible? The marketing field covers an array …

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How to get more out of your job search as a first-generation college graduate

Being a first-generation college graduate is an incredible accomplishment that is nothing short of life-changing. For some first-gen college grads, their circumstances might be that their parents immigrated from other countries and weren’t able to get a degree. For others, …

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College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career.
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How to Evaluate, Accept, Reject, or Negotiate a Job Offer

by Rebecca Knight

Originally published in the April 10, 2017 edition of Harvard Business Review

Summary.   

You got the job. Now for the hard part: deciding whether to accept it or not. Start by doing your homework. Determine if the …

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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Interviewing While Non-Binary | Tips for Job Hunting with Confidence

For a growing number of individuals publicly identifying as non-binary, the job search and application process can be filled with a lot of unknowns. In addition to preparing for interview questions and wondering if you’ll connect with the hiring manager, …

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10 Great—and Very Different—Jobs for Economics Majors

As you get ready to graduate with a degree in economics—or maybe as you’re choosing your major—you’re bound to be wondering what sort of jobs you’re qualified for. You likely know that you can go into investment banking or management …

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You Don’t Need to Meet Every Qualification to Apply for a Job

by Art Markman

Originally published on May 20, 2019, Harvard Business Review

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One of your biggest concerns as a college graduate is landing your first job. But when you look at the qualifications in many role descriptions, you may …

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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S&P Global – Site Visit

You are cordially invited to a site visit at S&P Global!

S&P Global is partnering with 100 Women in Finance to share Early Career opportunities with young professionals in the greater Raleigh area! We’re excited to open our doors to …

By Grace Athy
Grace Athy Assistant Director, Career Services
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