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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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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5 Resume Writing Tips for Remote Jobs

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Since 2005, the remote workforce has grown 173 percent—and it doesn’t look to be slowing down any time soon. In fact, 74 percent of the workforce would prefer to …
By Monica Clem
Monica Clem Executive Director, Career Development and Experiential Learning Monica Clem
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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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How to overcome common resume and CV stumbling blocks

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Andrew Seaman
Editor for Job Seekers & #GetHired at LinkedIn News
Published on August 10, 2020

Resumes (CVs for our friends outside North America) are deceptive documents. Most people believe these materials are relatively simple to create until they are …
By Christina Moreschi
Christina Moreschi Assistant Director of Career Development Christina Moreschi
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Common Interview Questions and How to Answer Them

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Interviews are perhaps the most important part of a job application process. When interviewing, there are several questions that are commonly encountered. Knowing how to answer these questions can significantly enhance your chances of being successful in the application process.

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Simple Steps for Writing an Impressive Cover Letter

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Simple Steps for Writing an Impressive Cover Letter

One of the hardest things about writing a cover letter for a job is that you can spend a lot of time and effort writing …

By Christina Moreschi
Christina Moreschi Assistant Director of Career Development Christina Moreschi
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Challenging Negative Assumptions

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Susan admitted that she had a habit of anticipating negative outcomes. When discussing projects with other members of her department, Susan would point out everything that could go wrong. Even when she worked independently on a task, her mind would …

By Christina Moreschi
Christina Moreschi Assistant Director of Career Development Christina Moreschi
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A guide to gender transition at work, from someone who’s been there

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As a pharmaceutical executive, Dana Pizzuti, author of ‘Transitioning at Work,’ shares what transgender people—and their colleagues and employers—need to know.
Anne Fisher, Monster contributor

 
How do you self-identify? About 1% of the U.S. population identifies as transgender, meaning the …

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