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We are here to provide guidance, tools and resources to you, our important campus partners who are having career readiness conversations with students. We hope you feel better equipped when navigating these conversations, are able to quickly reference common career topics you encounter, and are knowledgeable about our services.

It’s Who You Know: A Guide to Networking in the Life Science Industry

“For many people in the biopharma and biotech industry, the thought of career networking makes them uneasy. Some dismiss it as a superficial practice better suited to the corporate world. Others simply feel they’re too antisocial and awkward to be …

By Michael "Rudi" Rudisill (he/him/his)
Michael "Rudi" Rudisill (he/him/his) Assistant Director, Career Services
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Focusing on your future in Healthcare

The word excellence is perhaps too often confused with the word perfection.  Differentiating between the two may help you find fulfillment and identify pathways to become a more actualized version of your professional and personal self.

Becoming an expert practitioner …

By Michael "Rudi" Rudisill (he/him/his)
Michael "Rudi" Rudisill (he/him/his) Assistant Director, Career Services
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Five Ideas for Celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day 2022

From reading Indigenous authors to exploring Native plants, these activities suit everyone in the family

Renée Gokey September 26th, 2022 issue of Smithsonian Magazine

Are you a parent, grandparent, or other caregiver looking for an age-appropriate event to enjoy on …

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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Templeton Global Macro Recruiting Info Session

Join Franklin Templeton for a recruiting info session.

Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Brodhead Center, Room 068

By Grace Athy
Grace Athy Assistant Director, Career Services
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Learn Top Skills to Help You Future-Proof Your Career

Top skills and courses

September 1, 2022 (originally appeared on LinkedIn)

There’s a new buzzword that’s changing the way employers reward, promote, and hire. It’s skills. Instead of ‘who do you know?’ or ‘where did you go to school?’, 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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