Out & Equal Workplace Advocates gathers the stories of LGBTQ+ individuals

While you can absolutely reach out to others in our University of Rochester LGBTQ+ community (see our post from last week here), Out & Equal Workplace Advocates also collects stories from individuals around the world that you can peruse from …

By Amber Graham
Amber Graham Strategic Initiatives Program Director
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7 Reasons Why You Are Not Getting To The Next Interview Stage And How To Fix It

Interviews for senior-level executive roles differ from entry-level job interviews in many ways.

While being on time, having a strong handshake, and researching the company is enough to impress the recruiter when applying for junior positions, for senior executives is …

By Ivy Exec - Ivy Exec
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A Step-by-Step Guide to Networking in 2022

No matter what industry you’re in or how far along in your career you are, networking is a skill that will always be important. Especially when you’re looking for a job.

Over the years, networking techniques have shifted to accommodate …

By Maximilian Vanegas - WayUp
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4 Reasons Management Consulting Could Be a Great Career Fit

Your first job after undergrad or business school has the potential to establish your long-term career trajectory. And with employers competing aggressively for skilled talent, numerous rewarding career paths are available to you.

One such rewarding path is management consulting. …

By Vibhu Sinha - Firsthand
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We help applicants, students, job-seekers and professionals like you find the right career path using the power of firsthand experiences.
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The Many Phases of Networking

The truth is that how you interact with people may change depending on where you are in your career and the type of support you need, writes Anne Meyer-Miner.

By Alissa Clark
Alissa Clark Graduate Student Program Director
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Translating Your PhD Skillset

The existential dread of finding a job after you finish your graduate degree is genuine. You might have found yourself nodding as you read that first sentence—especially if you’re a humanities graduate student. The not-so-proverbial old school way of thinking …

By Jamey Keeton
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Using the Corporate Equality Index to find LGBTQ+ inclusive employers

For LGBTQ+ job seekers, as well as anyone looking to work for an LGBTQ+ inclusive employer, check out the Corporate Equality Index!

Each year the Human Rights Campaign releases it’s Corporate Equality Index, focused on highlighting organizations around the U.S. …

By Amber Graham
Amber Graham Strategic Initiatives Program Director
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9 Ways to Avoid Job Search Fatigue

Looking for a job is draining, writes Olga Koutseridi, who gives advice for how to stay energized throughout the process.

https://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2022/06/06/how-stay-energized-throughout-your-job-search-opinion

By Alissa Clark
Alissa Clark Graduate Student Program Director
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Do Not Apply – Spot a Social Media Job Scam

Social media is a hot spot to post and find job listings, but it’s not always clear what is legitimate. Unfortunately, scammers have mastered targeting and taking advantage of desperate job seekers and people fall victim to jobs that are …

By Val Matta - CareerShift
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So you didn’t land a summer internship or summer job, here’s what you should do instead

With any job or internship application, there’s the chance that you may not get an offer for the position. The reasons can vary, and sometimes it can come down to not being the right person for the job. Those looking …

By Sean Kelly - College Recruiter
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