What Is Virtual Networking?

Networking plays an essential role in your job search and beyond. It introduces you to people in your field and at other companies, allows you to learn more about your profession, and gives you opportunities to help others.

While professional …

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What Is an Applicant Tracking System? Your Questions Answered!

You’ve probably seen the stats that say a majority of resumes are screened out by applicant tracking systems (ATS) and never seen by a human. Or you’ve heard that if you don’t use enough of the right keywords, your application …

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ADHD in the Workplace

By Katie Hurley, LCSW

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is often thought of as a brain based disorder that affects children, but the latest statistics show a lifetime prevalence of 8.3% for the disorder.¹ In fact, although the average age …

By Kiersten Borkert
Kiersten Borkert Career Counselor
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15 Questions You Should Be Ready to Answer in a Product Marketing Interview

So you’ve landed an interview for a product marketing role—congrats! Now, it’s time to prepare. But where do you start? And how can you ensure you’ll be successful in the interview and land that product marketing job?

If you’re wondering …

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Event Highlight: Why a Career in Education Might Just Be Right For You

Right now, the United States is facing a nationwide teaching shortage. Districts are looking for people from different backgrounds to fill these roles, so if you’re looking for a stable, purpose-driven career, why not consider education?

This event which takes …

By Kiersten Borkert
Kiersten Borkert Career Counselor
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I’ve Been to 54 Countries—Here’s How to Pick One to Work Remote From Abroad

I may have a laptop and a job I can do remotely, but that doesn’t mean I can work from anywhere. I learned the hard way trying to connect to Zoom from Montezuma, a tiny bohemian beach town on the …

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Campus Philly’s First-Gen Journal: Stories, Advice, and Resources from First-Generation Students

Being a first-generation student comes with new territory, experiences, challenges—and a unique story. We had the chance to chat with four first-generation college students and recent grads about their experience as a first-gen college student in the Greater Philadelphia region!

By Kiersten Borkert
Kiersten Borkert Career Counselor
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Don’t “Do What You Love,” Do What Lets You Have the Life You Want

When it comes to career advice, we’ve all heard, “Do what you love and you’ll never work another day in your life.” Or picked up Marsha Sinetar’s book proclaiming, “Do what you love, the money will follow.” Or thought of …

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How To Become a Business Analyst with No Experience: 5 Tips

While the job title “business analyst” and its associated responsibilities—to help organizations identify and implement improvements—might seem vague, the work of BAs in practice can be immensely valuable and give businesses a competitive edge. Whether it’s overhauling existing workflows, introducing …

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How to Be Happier at Work, According to a PE Teacher

One of the conceits of the movie Dodgeball was that it doesn’t take a genius to excel at the sport. Or does it? In 2020, a Tweet by sunflower begged to differ and racked up almost 1.2 million likes: “in …

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