Need a Resume Reviewed? We’re Here to Help!

The Career & Co-op Center offers many services, and, one particular service is often requested by students: resume reviews. Resumes are critical in the internship and job search process, and are often needed when applying for scholarships or to graduate …

By Kerry Willard Bray
Kerry Willard Bray Director, Career Services
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Salary Negotiation 101

Short on time? You only need 3 minutes to watch this video (See below) to help you learn about how to negotiate salary.

Bonus: If you are looking for more details and tips on salary negotiation, you can join the …

By Kerry Willard Bray
Kerry Willard Bray Director, Career Services
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Let’s Find Your Next Job on the Handshake App

One tool we always recommend to our students use is Handshake. This platform is the #1 way students can find jobs that fit their career interests. Handshake allows students to discover internships, co-ops, and jobs for recent and upcoming graduates.

By Kerry Willard Bray
Kerry Willard Bray Director, Career Services
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163 largest employers of those with H-1B, H-1B1, and E-3 work visas

The landscape of H-1B visa sponsorship is vast and varied, encompassing a wide range of companies from tech giants to consulting firms. For those holding or seeking an H-1B visa, knowing which employers are the most active in sponsoring can be a game-changer. Let’s take a closer look at the ten largest by LCAs and, as a bonus, let’s also have a look at the average salaries the employers pay to these workers

By College Recruiter
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How First-Generation College Students Can Find Internships And Entry-Level Jobs Upon Graduation

By Diana Brush

In a good economy, the average entry-level job search can take from three to six months.  In a poor economy, it takes even longer.  First-generation students who are searching for internships or entry-level jobs need to make …

By College Recruiter
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5 Awesome Scholarship Search Engines

In the last thirty years or so, the average college tuition and associated fees have increased a whopping 130%. The cost of college is creating a number of problems for graduates including crippling debt and the inability to buy a …

By Firsthand
We help applicants, students, job-seekers and professionals like you find the right career path using the power of firsthand experiences.
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Navigating Social Wellness: Finding Balance in College Relationships

College life can be quite demanding, and it’s easy to get immersed in academics and other activities while neglecting our social connections. However, it’s crucial to develop healthy relationships for our general happiness and success during college and in our future careers.

By Afua Serwa Addae-Adoo
Afua Serwa Addae-Adoo Associate Director, Career Services
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What No One Tells You About Financial Health in Medical School and Residency

In Medical School:
Do not accrue credit card debt. This is an incredibly hard task but try to avoid this at all costs. It can be tricky if you’re supporting a family. Get a roommate, make a budget, and stick …

By HospitalRecruiting
HospitalRecruiting is an online healthcare job board for physicians, advanced practitioners, nurses, and allied health professionals. Visit our site to view current medical practice and employment opportunities or navigate to our Healthcare Career Resources Blog for more great articles like this one!
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Career Advisors Love “What Can I Do With This Major?”: Here’s Why

The Career & Co-op Center has been a long-time subscriber to What Can I Do With This Major? (WCIDWTM) . We’ve in fact used it so long that its use at UML pre-dates any current member of our career and co-op …

By Kerry Willard Bray
Kerry Willard Bray Director, Career Services
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12 tips for how to negotiate how much you’re paid in your first job

Many (most?) candidates do not negotiate how much they’ll be paid for the work they do. That’s a shame, because employers are often able and willing to pay more, sometimes in terms of wages and other times by providing more …

By College Recruiter
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Job Search Etiquette: Best Practices for Communicating with Recruiters and Hiring Managers

Check out the best practices for communicating with recruiters and hiring managers.

By Ivy Exec
Ivy Exec is your dedicated career development resource.
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15 key benefits of mentorship to early career, tech professionals

One thing to believe that a mentor can greatly benefit early-career professionals in the tech industry and another thing to understand how. We asked 15 thought leaders to share their thoughts and experiences and the responses were, to say the least, illuminating

By College Recruiter
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10 best career options for Native American college students

Despite all the progress we’ve made as a society, disparities, and inequalities continue to exist, and educational opportunities for Native Americans are no exception. For many Native American students, finding a career that not only provides a good income but also aligns with their heritage and culture is important.

By College Recruiter
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