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Making the Most of Your Internship

by Sarah Wilkinson, Class of ’17 Dear Intern-Acers, So, you landed the internship (yay!). Now what? Well, there’s a lot you can do over the course of the next few weeks and throughout your whole internship. Ultimately, you’ll get out of your internship what you put into it. (Hint: your whole life is like that.) […]

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Traits For Success: The 4 C’s

by Sarah Wilkinson, Class of ’17 Dear Future Professionals, A lot of good C-words describe traits for success–communication, connection, can-do attitude. But here we’re focusing on four less obvious traits: charisma, comedy, confidence, and creativity. Charisma: We’ve listened to speakers who have grabbed our attention with their voice, the way they spoke, their involved body […]

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10 Things To Do After Graduation

by Sarah Wilkinson, Class of ’17 The beautiful, and possibly terrifying thing about graduation is that you have choices. A lot of choices. Never before have you had such freedom (no one told you freedom would feel so…overwhelming). If you’re a little lost, drifting in all possibilities, here are ten things you can do right […]

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Things to Never Say in the Workplace

by Sarah Wilkinson, Class of ’17 Dear Intelligent, Driven Professionals, Whether you’re new in a position, have worked at the same place for years, or are still in college working towards your first professional job, there are some things you should never talk about in the workplace. Not to say you shouldn’t try and create positive […]

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