Written by students for students
Receiving a return offer at the end of your internship experience may be the most stressful part of your summer.
As you develop your career, it’s important to consciously think about developing your online presence—how and when to share the right information so that you can leverage online tools in your favor.
If you’ve ever written one, you know that resumes are tough. So I’ve put together some best practices that I have found helpful to craft the perfect resume.
The Humanities For Life (HFL) Internship Program offers social good and creative-based internships at nonprofits in the Rochester area, funded by a $5,000 stipend for each student.
When you pick one (or three) you sign up for customized newsletters about, say, events with employers and alumni.
Despite the endless flow of information, critical resources always fly under the radar of even the most diligent student.
These three tips are professional values new interns may not immediately think about, but they can be crucial to ensuring success in a new workplace.
The Greene Center has been instrumental in my career progression. Not only have they helped me reach new opportunities, but they’ve also provided me with the confidence and support needed to navigate my desired field.
Great news, you have an upcoming appointment with a Greene Center advisor! You’ve taken a smart step in jump starting your career.
These skills are invaluable to students searching for a job or internship.