Path 2 Success

New “Path 2 Success” web pages guide RU-N undergraduate students to academic and career success, connecting students in all schools with the information, services, and resources needed to reach their goals!

First-years, sophomores, juniors, and seniors have pages curated specifically …

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Celebrating Vault’s Top-Ranked Firms for LGBTQ+ Equity: Armanino, Bain, McKinsey, and Schellman

In honor of Pride Month, we're highlighting some of our top-ranked employers for LGBTQ+ equity: Armanino, Bain & Company, McKinsey & Company, and Schellman. These employers are those that professionals rated the highest when it comes to recruiting, mentoring, supporting, …

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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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Why You Shouldn’t Use ChatGPT to Write Your College and Grad School Admissions Essays

We’ve been covering the unfolding story of the use of artificial intelligence in education, as well as in various industries, so if you want to catch up you should check out our two-part entry on its effects on education. …

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How to Ask for a Letter of Recommendation

If your career plans include graduate school or research, there’s a good chance you’ll need a few recommendation letters from your professors. While you probably asked high school teachers to write letters for you, asking a professor to write one …

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Reach Your Professional Goals and Build Your Skills…Right from Your Laptop!

LinkedIn Learning is the perfect way to take your professional development to the next level. And the best part is, you don’t have to enroll in a semester-long course or invest in a pricey program. It’s completely free for Rutgers-Newark …

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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 …

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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 …

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