Check out this good post by John Hill, LinkedIn higher ed evangelist, on what you can do with LinkedIn as a young alum: http://blog.linkedin.com/2013/06/06/three-ways-recent-grads-can-leverage-linkedin-for-long-term-success/
We know this time of year can be stressful and busy, so as your last semester winds down and exams loom ahead, we want to assure you that we arestill here to partner and support, guide and coach when you can come up for air and think about your post-Midd goals. Whether you’ve just started [...]
Peace Corps recruiter Zoe Armstrong will be holding a Recruiter in Residence session from 2:30-5:00 in the Adirondack House Library on March 13.
Kindly provided by the Midd Philosophy Department, here are several useful websites that gather together many listings of undergraduate conferences, journals and summer programs in Philosophy. A large clearing house for postings and calls for papers: http://undergradphil.blogspot.com/ This site showcases several valuable summer opportunities for undergraduates in Philosophy, such as institutes, seminars, and research centers. [...]
I found this NYTimes article really provocative. Would you call yourself an accomplished child? When’s the last time you were told you were special? What if you’re not? I think this short article will make you pause and think. Take a quick read.
What lessons can you learn from this recent grad: just do it! Go out on a limb, try something different, and most important, persevere. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/28/jobs/taking-a-chance-and-finding-a-dream-job-in-new-york.html
Check out this cool infographic: http://jobs.aol.com/articles/2012/10/23/the-new-job-hunt-infographic/
There is a great post over on the Internships blog about your classmate Luke Elder ’13 and his summer at TNC down on Martha’s Vinyard. Thought you would want to read it and get inspired. Also check out the similar post from Bianca Giaver’ 12.5 who also happened to be in the same area (Cape [...]
At EIA we’ve noticed some common problems and recurring errors in your job applications in MOJO. We wanted to call your attention to these now, as early in the semester as possible, in order to prevent you from making these same mistakes in the future. You’re no doubt busy with your senior year, so it’s [...]
The unemployment rate for new college graduates is down significantly from last year, continuing a decrease in unemployment for this group, according to an analysis of the numbers released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics last week. Read more here: http://www.naceweb.org/s10102012/job-market-new-graduates/