Avoiding Job and Internship Scams

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When evaluating potential employment, you must be careful to avoid scams and fraudulent postings. While Edinboro University makes every attempt to block them, scammers constantly find new ways to bypass the system. Fake job postings can be found not only …

By Pete Ostrander
Pete Ostrander Assistant Director of Career Development Pete Ostrander
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Career Development Resources for Fall 2020

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The Center for Career Development and Experiential Learning is open to see students virtually and face-to-face during the Fall 2020 semester. The Career Center, located inside the Baron-Forness Library Learning Commons, will be open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from …

By Monica Clem
Monica Clem Executive Director, Career Development and Experiential Learning Monica Clem
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Online Resume/Cover Letter Review

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Complete this form and attach your resume and/or cover letter files in the appropriate format for a personalized review from the Career Center.
We will send your reviewed document(s) back to you within two business days, and schedule a follow-up …

By Monica Clem
Monica Clem Executive Director, Career Development and Experiential Learning Monica Clem
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Introducing Featured Alumni Career Mentors

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The Center for Career Development and Experiential Learning and Office of Alumni Engagement are excited to launch a new initiative in the fall of 2020 – Featured Alumni Career Mentors! Many alumni have reached out to Edinboro to express interest …

By Monica Clem
Monica Clem Executive Director, Career Development and Experiential Learning Monica Clem
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Alumni Career Mentor Application

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The Center for Career Development and Experiential Learning and Office of Alumni Engagement are so grateful to the alumni who wish to give back to current students and new graduates through providing career mentoring and advice! If you are a …

By Monica Clem
Monica Clem Executive Director, Career Development and Experiential Learning Monica Clem
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Here’s Why You Should Not Include a Picture on Your Resume

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In 2020, our communications—even corporate communications—are highly visual. We commonly speak in memes, GIFs, and emojis, so attaching a picture to your resume may seem like a good idea. But not so fast…

By Christina Moreschi
Christina Moreschi Assistant Director of Career Development Christina Moreschi
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6 Job Search Tips for New Grads and Anyone Else Starting Their Careers During the Coronavirus Pandemic

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By Monica Clem
Monica Clem Executive Director, Career Development and Experiential Learning Monica Clem
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How College Students Can Get a Job Amid COVID-19

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U.S. News and World Report, by Jordan Friedman, May 21, 2020

OSCAR AMAYA, WHO recently graduated with a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Arizona State University, has experienced the challenges of finding a job during the coronavirus pandemic firsthand. …

By Monica Clem
Monica Clem Executive Director, Career Development and Experiential Learning Monica Clem
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What is Virtual Study Abroad, and Why Should You Consider It?

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Anna Pedersen

Anna is a freelance writer and editor, currently based in Portland, Oregon. She has traveled to 40+ countries, lived on four continents, and called the United Arab Emirates home for over two years.

By Monica Clem
Monica Clem Executive Director, Career Development and Experiential Learning Monica Clem
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Virtual Session Request

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The Career Center hosts several virtual employer sessions throughout the year. Topics may include:

– Presenting career and internship opportunities that are available with your organization
– Professional development/resumes, interview tips, etc.
– Pipeline creation: Presenting your organization and building …

By Monica Clem
Monica Clem Executive Director, Career Development and Experiential Learning Monica Clem
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How to Begin a Conversation with an Alumni Mentor

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Edinboro University alumni are always giving back to their alma mater in meaningful ways through our annual fund, volunteer opportunities, and scholarship donations. The Center for Career Development and Experiential Learning and the Office of Alumni Engagement are excited to …

By Monica Clem
Monica Clem Executive Director, Career Development and Experiential Learning Monica Clem
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Applying to Grad School: The Ultimate Guide

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Applying to grad school can be stressful and time-consuming. If you don’t plan ahead enough, you may miss critical deadlines, not give recommenders enough notice, or not turn in the best application possible. Whether you are just beginning to think …

By Christina Moreschi
Christina Moreschi Assistant Director of Career Development Christina Moreschi
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How to Write a Stand-Out Personal Statement for Grad School

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If you’re applying to graduate school, you’ll likely need to write a personal statement. But what exactly is a graduate school personal statement? And what should you write about to give yourself your best shot at admission?

In this guide, we teach you …

By Christina Moreschi
Christina Moreschi Assistant Director of Career Development Christina Moreschi
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