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NCAA Careers in College Athletics

The NCAA is a member-led, higher education association that appreciates the impact a college degree can have in transforming a life.

Whether one is employed at the NCAA national office or a Division I, II or III conference office or …

By Nicole Mitchell (she/her)
Nicole Mitchell (she/her) Associate Director, Career Readiness
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Communicating: Explainer | Duke Catalyst

A member of the class of 2019, Josh Curtis is driven by the future of policy around the world. Curtis spread his knowledge far at Duke. From Duke Student Government (DSG) to the Center for Jewish Life to the Duke …

By KJ Juett
KJ Juett Catalyst Fellow
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Motivating: Self-Belief | Duke Catalyst

Sloan Talbot is a graduate of the Trinity School of Arts, Class of 2019. She spent much of her time on campus with the Kenan Institute of Ethics as a tutor to refugee students and as a student researcher in …

By KJ Juett
KJ Juett Catalyst Fellow
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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 KJ Juett
KJ Juett Catalyst Fellow
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Duke Catalyst: What Are You Good At? What Do You Like? What Can You Get Paid For?

“I finished? I finished.” Did you utter these words after that final assignment, that last presentation, that closing meeting, or that thesis you’ve been working on for months? Chances are we all do when we finish our academic journey at …

By KJ Juett
KJ Juett Catalyst Fellow
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What’s Career Got To Do With It? Podcast

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