Milo Orr

Graduate Assistant

Milo Orr

Milo is the Graduate Assistant for the Career Center and a graduate student in the Master of Counseling program, where he is specializing in clinical and mental health counseling. Milo has a varied background and range of interests, having worked as a professional writer and editor, a freelance marketing consultant, illustrator and designer. His bachelor’s degree is in psychology, and he studied overseas at The University of Salford in Manchester, England before transferring to Edinboro University to complete his undergraduate degree in 2018. Milo is interested in helping students in their career development process through career exploration and counseling. In addition to overseeing content for TartanEdge and managing the employer approval process for the Career Center, Milo is available to meet with students for the following:

  • Resume building, editing and reviewing
  • Building a LinkedIn/professional portfolio
  • Job and internship searching through Handshake
  • Using career technology like Big Interview, Traitify, etc.
  • Major exploration with Traitify
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Why Writing Skills Are Important for Every Job—and How to Improve Yours

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Have you ever sent an email no one seemed to understand that ended up derailing the timeline for an entire project? Or written a report that you then had to explain verbally to everyone after they read it?

Even if …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
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10 Questions to Ask in Your Next Internship Interview to Make Sure It’s Right for You

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Congratulations, you did it! You landed an interview for your dream internship. Since you haven’t had a lot of experience in the workplace yet, an internship is an awesome opportunity to get “real world” work experience, figure out what you …

By Tiffany Waddell Tate - The Muse
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A Quick Guide to Writing Professional Emails

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Imagine the case of two upcoming high school graduates seeking summer internships before entering college in the fall. The students notice a poster in the library advertising an available internship position, which contains a contact name and email address, but …

By Milo Orr
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A Handy-Dandy Guide to Email Etiquette

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Ever hit “reply all” on an email you shouldn’t have? Or vice versa? How do you write a formal email without sounding like you have no personality, or altogether too much personality? And what the heck are you supposed to …

By Kaitlin McManus - Vault
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3 Things To Do When You’re Ghosted Post-Job Interview

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Being ‘ghosted’ is a new and unpleasant way of ending a relationship in the digital age. It happens when someone stops responding to your communications. And, painful though it is on a personal level,  it’s also happening regularly in the …

By John Allen - Vault
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A comprehensive resource for students and job seekers looking for career advice, job postings, company reviews from employees, and rankings of the best companies and industry employers.
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How to Add Extracurricular Activities to Your Resume—So They Actually Help Your Job Search

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When you’re writing a resume, your education and past jobs are far from the only things that matter. The truth is, the past experiences and skills that employers care about can come from a number of places. And particularly when …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
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What is Ableism? | Confronting Ableism in the Workplace

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Despite the significant number of people living with disability across the U.S.—and the world at large—widespread misconceptions about disability can cause ableist language and behavior to proliferate.

But what is ableism, and how does it play out in the …

By Nisha Kumar Kulkarni - Idealist Careers
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Open-Access Black History Month Events at Texas A&M

Open-Access Black History Month Events at Texas A&M

This article was originally written by Justin Ikpo for Texas A&M University, and can be found here.

The university is offering a wide variety of virtual events to celebrate and provide education about the unique contributions made by people of …

By Milo Orr
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2021 Healthcare Scholarship – PHN

2021 Healthcare Scholarship - PHN

This scholarship program is offered to individuals (traditional and non-traditional students) pursuing a degree in healthcare. They could be attending a technical school, a 4 year school, or even obtaining a certificate- as long as it is for a health-related …

By Milo Orr
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4 Ways To Develop a Robust Career in Computer Science

4 Ways To Develop a Robust Career in Computer Science

Advancing technology is making more jobs obsolete, which can make finding the right career path stressful no matter what stage of life you’re in. Edinboro University appreciates what a challenge it is to determine your best path. If you’re looking …

By Cody McBride
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