Mission possible: Close the gender gap in technology

My summer of 2016 started with a little uncertainty, but ended with a lot of fulfillment.

I was leaving one job, a program manager for a young adult professional and leadership development program at a non-profit organization, and attempting to …

By Kristina Smith
Kristina Smith STEM Pipeline Program Director
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Connecting Passion & Profession: why I’m letting the idea of a hobby go

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If I introduced myself to you six months ago I’d have had a few answers to describe myself ready to go. If we were at a networking event, I’d tell you I’m that studying at the Foster School of Business …

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Senior year: What should I do if I don’t know what I want to do yet?

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I have been seeing tons of seniors this month wondering what they should be doing now (winter quarter) to graduate with a job in June. One very common question has been “what should I do if I don’t know …

By Catherine Basl
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How I landed a great job and built a life of adventure in Vietnam

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I have always wanted to work abroad, specifically in Asia. Inspired by the tales of Orwell and Conrad traveling to Burma and Africa, I romanticized living in some strange, far away land. What could be more exciting than the idea …

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Considering Graduate School?

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If so, then this post might be for you.

For me, it was right around this time of year, December (2001), when I decided to take-the-plunge and pursue a graduate degree.  I was about 4 years into working a job …

By Patrick Chidsey
Patrick Chidsey Associate Director & Career Coach Patrick Chidsey
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