Funding Available for Summer Internships!

Through Dominican University’s Title V PA2 grant, funding is available for current undergraduate students in unpaid internships at nonprofit organizations. Internships must occur between May and August of 2024. To see the terms of funding and apply, complete the application …

By Bianca Beteta
Bianca Beteta Assistant Director of Internships and Externships
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DU’s Spring 2024 Career Fair

Dominican University held its Spring 2024 Career Fair on Thursday, February 29th. The fair had a record turnout with more than 360 students and 33 employers in attendance. The Office of Career Programs & Employer Relations would like to thank …

By Bianca Beteta
Bianca Beteta Assistant Director of Internships and Externships
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Working an Unpaid Internship? Apply for Funding!

Through Dominican University’s Title V PA2 grant, funding is available for current undergraduate students in unpaid internships between January and July of 2024. To see the terms of funding and apply, complete the application linked below. U.S. work authorization is …

By Bianca Beteta
Bianca Beteta Assistant Director of Internships and Externships
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Student Intern Receives Mulroy Award for Leadership

The Mulroy Award, named for Dorothy Reiner Mulroy ’31, is presented annually to a student who has shown outstanding academic achievement and leadership. This year the ward has been presented to Natalia Prato, a student with passion for education, justice …

By Jessica Flores
Jessica Flores Graduate Assistant
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How to nail the ‘Do you have any questions for me?’ part of the interview

Written by Christina Darby, Associate Editor at ZDNET

Job interviews can be some of the most consuming, stressful 45-60 minutes of your life. Just when you’ve successfully given your “tell me about yourself” pitch and answered your role-specific questions with grace, …

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What Is an Applicant Tracking System? Your Questions Answered!

You’ve probably seen the stats that say a majority of resumes are screened out by applicant tracking systems (ATS) and never seen by a human. Or you’ve heard that if you don’t use enough of the right keywords, your application …

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How to Ask for a Letter of Recommendation

If your career plans include graduate school or research, there’s a good chance you’ll need a few recommendation letters from your professors. While you probably asked high school teachers to write letters for you, asking a professor to write one …

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Five ways to make your LinkedIn profile stand out

LinkedIn is, arguably, THE place to be for professionals these days, social media or otherwise. In the post-pandemic world, networking online is more important than ever, and, of course, LinkedIn is the place where most job applications live.

The first …

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College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career.
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7 Important College Experiences Students Should Include in Professional Portfolios

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A common complaint from college graduates today is that employers expect too much experience for entry-level jobs. They have classes to attend and papers to write, social events, and possibly even part-time jobs. So, …

By CareerShift
Job hunting & career management solutions
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8 Ways to Improve Your Time Management Skills

What’s the difference between an unproductive employee and a productive one? Often, it’s not their talent or work ethic but their time management skills. Time management is a soft skill that ensures you get your work done efficiently and effectively — …

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