Quick Ways to Get Ahead on Your Job Search (And Still Have Time to Relax This Summer!)

There’s still time to build momentum in your job search, and the great news is that it doesn’t have to take a lot of time either! You can get a head start for the school year and still have time …

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Rutgers Fellowship & Scholarship Opportunities

Rutgers-Newark provides scholarship and funding opportunities for graduate students. Stay up-to-date on the options available and track upcoming application deadlines.

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5 Reasons Why Graduate School is Worth the Effort

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Earning a degree is almost a necessity in today’s technology-filled world. But, is just earning a bachelor’s degree sufficient? Some say no and feel a …

By William Frierson - College Recruiter
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Making Your Way into a Graduate Program

Author, Frida, says, “This roadmap is intended for undocumented undergraduates who are interested in learning more about the graduate school application process. I created this mini roadmap after having gone through the process myself two years ago. I also want …

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Career Webinars for Doctoral Students

Get career advice specifically for doctoral students! This webinar series with Aurora by Beyond the Professoriate covers a variety of career and job search topics just for you. Webinars will be held throughout the spring semester. Visit the resource below …

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Apply for the McNair Scholars Program!

The McNair Scholars Program, funded by a federal TRIO education grant, is designed to provide select college students with effective preparation for doctoral study. Admitted students will have approximately two years remaining until graduation. Program participants engage in research, seminars …

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8 Reasons Why Graduate School Is Worth the Effort

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Most students cease their college careers after obtaining bachelor’s degrees. However, there is also the possibility of continuing your education into grad school. The rewards can be …

By William Frierson - College Recruiter
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A Hidden Cost of Grad School Finance

As I mentioned a few weeks ago, I’m currently pursuing a Masters degree online,  which I’m 2 months into (or 4 credits out of 48). In my first post about the experience, I jokingly compared the cost of going back …

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Five Ways Getting A Master’s Degree Can Help You Get To The Top Of The Corporate Ladder

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Sticking with a company may put your name on the list for new promotions, but it will not ensure that you make your way to upper management. Competition for high-level corporate jobs …

By William Frierson - College Recruiter
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Established and Proven Options for Alleviating Medical Education Debt

Are you sitting down? The average residency graduate has around $250k in medical school and/or education debt. Yes, a quarter of a million dollars! The constant rise in medical school tuition costs is not commensurate with wannabe-doctors’ ability to pay. …

By Laura Gilroy, MD - Hospital Recruiting
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Women in STEM Career Fair: Fireside Chat with Society for Science CEO Maya Ajmera

Maya Ajmera is president and CEO of Society for Science and publisher of its award-winning magazine, Science News. She’s also the recipient of the 2020 National Science Board Public Service Award, recognized for her tremendous contribution to increasing the public’s …

By Vault Careers - Firsthand
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