Am I Too Old to Switch Careers?

Eight reasons why career transitions later in life are possible despite lingering age discrimination.

Gayle worked her whole life at HP, mirroring her mother’s long stint at IBM.

She moved up the corporate ladder until finally there was one painful …

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22 Ex-felons Who Became Successful After Prison

Read the stories of individuals who, after spending time in prison, went on to achieve success in their careers and making a difference in their communities! Click here for the full article.

By Mary [uConnect]
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Navigating the Professional World for Unique Work Statuses

Wednesday, November 30, 2022
2:30pm – 3:50pm EST

Paul Robeson Campus Center
Monmouth Room 237
350 Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Newark, New Jersey 07102

Do you have a non-traditional work status? Join this interactive event and network with …

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Financial Aid for Undocumented Students

Read advice from StudentCaffe about the different types of aid available and how to apply!

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First-generation students should use information interviewing as part of their job search

One of the disadvantages that a first-generational student has when searching for a part-time, seasonal, internship, or entry-level job is a lack of a built-in network. Given that their parents didn’t go to college, it is less likely that they’ll …

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Creating an Inclusive Holiday Season at Your Office

According to a recent report from the Pew Research Center, only nine out of 10 Americans celebrate Christmas. While many of us are used to saying, “happy holidays” instead of “merry Christmas,” are our holiday celebrations really as inclusive as …

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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 William Frierson - College Recruiter
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What is the Difference Between OPT and CPT?

Learn how to connect with opportunities to work during your time as a student in the United States!

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Speak Confidently At Work With These 6 Proven Steps

Even self-assured executives might have a little secret: they’re afraid of public speaking.

77 percent of Americans have glossophobia, a fear of speaking in public. While we often connect this fear to giving speeches in front of crowds, which it …

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How to write an ATS-friendly resume

Whether you’ve been a victim of layoffs or you’re just looking for a career change, applying for jobs can be a nerve-wracking process. It involves a lot of waiting around to see if your application leads to an interview, and …

By Sean Kelly - College Recruiter
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College Recruiter believes that every student and recent grad deserves a great career. Each year, we help more than 3 million students and recent grads find part-time, seasonal, internship, and entry-level jobs requiring 0-3 years of experience.
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