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Resume – Step-by-step Guide

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You may have heard complaints from friends and family like, “I’ve applied to hundreds of jobs, but nobody ever calls me back.” Statements like this may surprise you since help wanted …

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Creating the Best Resume

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Your resume is the most important element of your job search. A great resume stands in for you and shows you at your best when you haven’t even gotten into the room for an interview …

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The Great Resignation: Welcoming Newcomers into Career Services

Originally published by Dr. Alayna Hayes on The Career Leadership Collective in August 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted so much of our world. Even as we return to some bit of pre-pandemic life, one area where we’ve seen consistent …

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How to Search for Jobs?

Looking for a job? Peabody Institute compiled some tips for you below!

Access multiple databases
Start with Handshake and SMILE. Peabody Institute website also has an External Job Search Links tool on their website.
Search using filters, keywords, or even …

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Asking for Letters of Recommendation

Written by Tracy Smith, Director of Undergraduate Research, The Johns Hopkins University Potential employers, scholarship and grant selection committees, and graduate school admissions offices depend heavily on recommendation letters to gain insight into applicants’ personal strengths, weaknesses and accomplishments. This kind …

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6 Benefits of On-Campus Student Employment

When considering gaining real-world work experiences, sometimes the best place to look can be right in your own “backyard.” Thousands of students can relate to feeling overwhelmed and a bit intimidated considering paid part-time roles that will work around their …

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Don’t Let a Coffee Meeting Just be a Coffee Meeting

How to turn informational interviews into longer term relationships

By: Rebecca Aman Okay, so you’ve gone on your informational interview. Over the thirty minute conversation, your coffee-mate gave you insight into what the organization is like, how it’s structured, and …

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Two Sense Blog: How to Navigate Technical Questions in Finance Interviews

By Lauren Ralph, Public Health and Economics, Alumni from the Class of ’19 Ah, the technical questions – easily the most feared and misunderstood portion of a finance interview. When I was preparing for them, I felt like there was an …

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