Categories for Advice for Students

Accept Hard Truths

January 4, 2019 11:49 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

BY: Ned Khatrichettri, Internship Coordinator in the College of Humanities, University of Utah I can’t think of anything that can “prepare” you for your job search except maybe listening to or reading about another person’s experience. It’s something you just have to go through. Everyone experiences varying lengths of time and degrees of frustration, but... Read More »

Harnessing the Networking Potential of Career Center Events

March 20, 2017 10:16 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

By HELEN EATON Weekly or even daily, on our campuses and across college communities, students are afforded opportunities to network with potential employers. Industry nights, conversations with alumni, and guest speakers give you the chance to introduce yourself, express interest, and share your goals with potential employers. Be engaged Simply attending a networking event is... Read More »

Next Steps: After Your Internship

December 15, 2016 10:42 pm Published by 3 Comments

By BRIAN HIRSCH “Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible.” Tony Robbins Some people know exactly what they want to do when the go into an internship. Some people change their mind and some don’t. And then there are those of us who were not sure going in but... Read More »

International Students in the Job Search: Best Practices

December 14, 2016 3:07 pm Published by 1 Comment

By KATY ARENSCHIELD In today’s market, it is crucial that ALL students, including international students, gain career-related experience before graduation. International students already face obstacles in landing full-time employment; they have to prove to the company that they are the BEST candidate for the job. This makes it even more important that they are provided... Read More »