Job search advice for students and alums with disabilities

By day, Dan Cross is the Talent Acquisition Strategy Manager at Capital One. But a role he always embraces night and day is disability advocate. We posed a few questions to him and he gave some insightful tips for students …

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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:

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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 Create an Online Portfolio (Even When You Don’t Have Work Experience)

You don’t need professional work experience to have a great online portfolio. If you’ve written articles for the school newspaper, conducted research for a class, developed a video game in an extracurricular, or did some graphic design on your own …

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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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Arts & Sciences Are Key!

From The Phi Beta Kappa Society, National Arts & Science Initiative

There is tremendous value in a liberal arts education! But don’t take my word for it, take a look at the facts located here in the “Arts & …

By Alicia Rhodes (she/hers)
Alicia Rhodes (she/hers) Assistant Director, Career Services
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Duke Angel Network is now Duke Capital Partners

Duke University’s early-stage venture investment arm, Duke Angel Network, is now Duke Capital Partners. Duke Capital Partners provides capital and expertise to help Duke startups, and features one of Duke’s most innovative experiential learning opportunities for students. As one of …

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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Lessons Learned from a PhD: Insights from Amit Bagga, PhD ’98

The Innovative Careers for PhDs keynote address delivered by alum Amit Bagga, PhD ’98 contained 10 points of advice for students as they enter their careers. These are tips and lessons Bagga learned along the way. Below is a synopsis …

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Stacia Solomon (she/hers) Associate Director, Career Readiness
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What Is Investment Banking?

Investment banking is the division of financial services that works to raise money for individual investors, large corporations and governments. These types of banks provide underwriting services to raise capital and aid in mergers and acquisitions (M&As). Essentially, an investment …

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10 Perfect Jobs for History Majors (That Aren’t Historian or Professor)

If you have an undergraduate degree in history, you might be surprised to discover just how many other professionals do too. Although the number of history majors is declining every year, more than a million people currently in the workforce

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