Midterms and Spring Break are Here!

Hi folks, happy Thursday! For this months blog, we wanted to highlight 2 important and upcoming Interstride webinars, in addition to an article we found to give you some midterm-tips. The break is a great time to continue your job …

By Daniel Greninger
Daniel Greninger Career Advisor
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All things “CPT” and more!

Hi folks, happy Thursday! For this months blog, we wanted to highlight a handful of different topics including: CPT, upcoming ISO events, Career Week, and other resources.

Curricular Practical Training (CPT):

The CPT application process can seem tricky at first, …

By Daniel Greninger
Daniel Greninger Career Advisor
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6 Ways International Students Can Spend the U.S. Holidays

Written by Anayat Durrani | Nov. 17, 2022, at 9:16 a.m. 

Good afternoon! This month’s identity blog centers around an upcoming event for all students.. the holiday/break season! A break is always nice, but figuring it how to spend it can …

By Daniel Greninger
Daniel Greninger Career Advisor
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How to Land Your Dream Social-Impact Internship

It’s no secret that when you begin your career search, internship experience will help you stand out from the competition. But how do you secure an internship with an organization you love? That is the million-dollar question.

According to a …

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How Can “A Summer Internship” Turn Into the “The Best Summer of Your Life”?

Are internships meant to be purely transactional, professional activities, or are they supposed to leave an indelible mark on shaping a future professional? This article tries to map the journey of a simple summer internship becoming the best summer of …

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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 College Recruiter
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Four Skills I Learned Through My Virtual Humanities For Life Internship

When the pandemic first hit, I never thought that I’d be able to be a part of the Rochester community without in-person activities. I also didn’t think that I’d end up interning in the nonprofit sector. I applied to be …

By Elianor Aoun
Elianor Aoun
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Reflections on a Virtual Internship: Humanities for Life Edition

I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about what to say in this, and where to start, but I think I’ll start my internship by thinking about the purpose of an internship itself. I think work experience in a …

By Fatoumatta Jobe
Fatoumatta Jobe
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