Johnna Scrabis received her MA from the Graduate Center's Comparative Literature Program in 2015. She is currently a comedy producer at Impractical Jokers.
Rebecca Amato received her PhD in History at the CUNY Graduate Center. She is currently the Director of Teaching and Learning at Illinois Humanities.
Lindsay Green-Barber graduated from the Political Science program with her PhD in 2012. She is the founder of Impact Architects.
Rachel Manes received her PhD in Developmental Psychology at the CUNY Graduate Center and is currently a Senior Clinical Supervisor at BCS Counseling Group.
Eva Sibinga graduated from the Graduate Center with a Master of Science in Data Analysis and Visualization. She is now a Curriculum Developer at Codecademy.
Public speaking is a critical skill for aspiring doctoral candidates to further build their resume. Community radio stations offer a space that both academics in training and professors can share their work on a platform that reaches a widespread audience.
Career panels and employer info sessions provide guidance on pursuing different careers as well as opportunities for students to connect with potential employers. Our fall 2021 slate of events got specific with tips for networking while tapping into new ideas around thinking creatively in your job search. Read on for three highlights.
Aaron Eisenberg received his Master’s in Liberal Studies at the CUNY Graduate Center. He is currently a Project Manager focused on North America and the United Nations at the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung.
Alexia Raynal graduated from the MALS Program with an MA in Latin American and Caribbean Studies. She is now an EdTech Researcher at the Education Development Center’s Center for Children and Technology.
Have you ever encountered a request for a religious statement or statement of faith while searching for faculty jobs in your field? Maybe you're wondering what that is and why you might need to write one.
Thomas Harbison graduated from the History program with his PhD in 2011. He is the Acting Director of Digital Education at the Borough of Manhattan Community College.
Anders Wallace graduated from the Anthropology program with his PhD in 2019. He is currently a team lead for design research with Rocket Mortgage.
The New York State Excelsior Service Fellowship Program is a paid two-year fellowship offering talented graduate, law, and advanced degree program graduates unmatched training and experience in New York State government.
Do you have a passion for social and economic justice? Do you want to be on the front lines of activism? If so, consider a career in the Labor Movement.
Jiye Son graduated from the CUNY Graduate Center's Chemistry Program in 2019 with a PhD in Nanotechnology and Materials Chemistry. She is now the Associate Director for the Nanoscience Initiative and the ASRC Sensor CAT at the Grad Center's own Advanced Science Research Center.
Chris Arettines earned his PhD in Mathematics from the CUNY Graduate Center and is currently a Quantitative Developer at BP.
Action verbs (sometimes called dynamic verbs) are what start off each bullet point on your resume. They create a detailed picture of your work experience and skills, and they establish a confident tone for your resume.
Paul Bruening has a PhD in Psychology from the CUNY Graduate Center and is currently Director of UX Research and Insights at Thomson Reuters.
This is the second post in our two-part series on enhancing the U.S. job search for international students. This week, we cover 5 more important tips, including interviewing, negotiating, and strategizing.