The work experience section of your resume should be written in easily-skimmable bullet points. This post provides helpful tips for how to write readable bullet points that successfully communicate your expertise.
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Many graduate students are interested in teaching at K-12 schools, but might not be sure how to get started. This blog post explains the different pathways to certification.
Thank you notes are an important part of conducting a job search and making professional connections. Once you begin writing thank you notes, you’ll be amazed at how little time it takes and how big of an impression they make.
Sara Flowers received her Doctorate in Public Health from the Graduate Center and is now the Vice President of Education and Training at Planned Parenthood.
Lisa V. Gale received her PhD in Social Welfare from the Graduate Center and is now the Chief Program Officer at StoryCorps.
At the end of virtually every interview, your interviewer will ask if you have any questions. This blog post provides advice for what to ask.
Elisa Lee received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from the Graduate Center and is now a psychologist in private practice.
As they near graduation, many graduate students are left wondering, “What can I do with my degree?” While it may be hard to come up with an immediate answer, there are steps you can take to begin exploring the types of careers you might enjoy.
Evan Dawson received her PhD in Psychology with a concentration in Experimental Psychology and Law from the Graduate Center. She is now a Senior UX Researcher at Robinhood.
Alongside your resume, your cover letter is one of the most important parts of your job application. Here are 10 common cover letter mistakes to avoid.
Alongside your resume, your cover letter is one of the most important parts of your job application. In a cover letter, you will expand on the skills you identify in your resume, providing concrete examples of how you’ve put them into action.
Brooke Bryant earned her PhD in Musicology at the Graduate Center and is now Director of Development at the Kaufman Music Center.
This blog post provides helpful hints for those getting ready for their first academic conference.
Networking might be the best way to find out about different career paths and ultimately secure a position. This blog post will identify a few easy ways by which you can begin to activate your network.
Many graduate students may feel hesitant about reaching out to advisors and supervisors for letters of recommendation; however, there are things you can do to help keep the process smooth and painless for both you and your recommenders.
Eric Knudsen earned his PhD in Industrial and Organizational Psychology at the Graduate Center and is now a Lead Researcher at LinkedIn.
Social media can play an important role in your job search. Maintaining a professional Twitter account can help you network, build your brand, and find out about job opportunities.
To make the most of a career fair, you should have a clear plan as to how you’ll speak with potential employers. This means knowing what kinds of questions to ask, as well as how to market yourself so that the representative has a clear sense of your value.
It’s important that you not confuse CVs and resumes, as they each have very different lengths and content. This blog post will explain the key similarities and differences between these two important documents.
Kathleen Wallace earned her AuD in Audiology from the Graduate Center. She is now a clinical audiologist at the New York Otolaryngology Group and an adjunct assistant professor at the Graduate Center.