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 …

By Mary [uConnect]
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Student Perspective: Landing a Paid Summer Internship

By: Robert R. Chiossi

Recently I was offered and accepted a paid summer internship with Princeton University.

I left the interview feeling as if I had nailed it and believed in my heart that I would be offered the position. …

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Career Development Center
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Essential Advice for First-Time Entrepreneurs

If you’re a first-time entrepreneur, chasing perfection can be a difficult obstacle to overcome. Trying to create the perfect business plan, perfect product, and perfect brand name will only slow you down. It could even put you in an endless …

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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163 largest employers of those with H-1B, H-1B1, and E-3 work visas

To legally work in the United States, you need to be a U.S. citizen or hold some kind of visa that allows you to work. Some of those without citizens are permanent residents, who are often referred to as green …

By College Recruiter
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Workplace Diversity: Know your Holidays

“This time of year offers a great opportunity for employees to bond over holiday parties and good food, but it can also be a source of conflict when an array of beliefs and cultures are thrown into the mix. During …

By Mary [uConnect]
Mary [uConnect] Customer Success Manager
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What to do with a Sports Management Degree

Laura O. Tolentino

If you’ve earned a degree in sports management and find yourself asking “what can I do with a sports management degree?” you will be craving some good information on the popular and unique job opportunities that are …

By College Recruiter
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Should you tell a potential employer that you’re LGBTQ+?

When it comes to being part of the LGBTQ+ community, openness is an extremely personal choice. This goes for not just your personal life, but your professional life as well. It’s understandable to be nervous and unsure about disclosing your …

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How to get more out of your job search as a first-generation college graduate

Being a first-generation college graduate is an incredible accomplishment that is nothing short of life-changing. For some first-gen college grads, their circumstances might be that their parents immigrated from other countries and weren’t able to get a degree. For others, …

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Shravya Kidambi Gupta, Chief of Staff at Virta Health in San Francisco

“Shravya was born in India and grew up in Abu Dhabi, UAE until she came to the United States to attend the University of Michigan, eventually earning her MBA/MPH from UCLA.”

Read this interview with Shravya Kidambi Gupta to learn …

By Mary [uConnect]
Mary [uConnect] Customer Success Manager
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We Should Help Prison Inmates Become Entrepreneurs Upon Their Release

Jeff Smith was once an up-and-coming star in the Missouri State Senate. He went to prison for a year for covering up an election law violation. Since his release, he’s created a new space for himself as a professor, writer, …

By College Recruiter
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What Is Accent Discrimination, and How Can You Prevent it in the Workplace?

You’ve heard of discrimination in the workplace. Gender discrimination. Racial discrimination. Sexual orientation discrimination. Age discrimination. The list goes on. But have you ever considered accent discrimination?

Here’s what you need to know about it.

 

? What is accent discrimination?

By Ivy Exec
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