Truth or Myth? Networking is only for outgoing people (Fall Career Fair 2019)
If you're in your second year, you're likely trying to decide which major to choose. Or, you may be thinking about changing programs, regardless of the year you're in. There's a lot of research, reflection and discovery that goes into making these "major" decisions. (Notice what we did there?) So, it's natural to feel a bit overwhelmed or unsure where to start. Here are some tips, suggestions and resources to help you investigate, reflect, explore and develop a plan.
Career-Ready Conversations: Richa and Stephanie
Working for campus events — that is a job that I got because I thought it was gonna be fun. It was gonna be an easy way to get to know students and participate in events while hosting them. That was something that I took up for fun, but now, looking back at my experience with campus events, I'm thinking — wow, I was really working and dealing with my problem-solving skills. I was working with a really tight-knit team, and there was a lot of problem-solving involved. It was a really fun way to practice those skills, but it was never something that I thought would be an experience that I needed to practice those skills.Read the Journey about Career-Ready Conversations: Richa and Stephanie