Tag Archive: Career Tips

Jul
05

Jeff Taylor, Founder and Former CEO of Monster.com at the DOC House This Friday, July 6!

  Career Tip:  You don’t need to figure it out all on your own. Listening to journeys and stories can be very enlightening. Below is some information received by Career Services – many speakers come to campus and are able to impart valuable knowledge to students.  All students should be taking advantage of these opportunities. …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2012/07/jeff-taylor-founder-and-former-ceo-of-monster-com-at-the-doc-house-this-friday-july-6/

Apr
09

Career Blitz: EDUCATION

CAREER BLITZ:  Education The Praxis Series™  School Spring Citizen Schools MATCH Teacher Residency Southern Teachers Agency  (728 job vacancies & counting) Weston Preparatory Position:  Head Teacher  (DEADLINE:  ASAP) Beauvoir National Cathedral Elementary School (DEADLINE:  ASAP) Emma Willard School (DEADLINE:  ASAP) Concord Academy (DEADLINE:  ASAP) Greenhill School (DEADLINE:  ASAP) Greenwich County Day School (DEADLINE:  ASAP) 1. …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2012/04/career-blitz-education-2/

Feb
07

Career Tip: Craft a Creative LinkedIn Profile Headline

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Career Tip: Craft a Creative LinkedIn Profile Headline By Jesse Wingate, Assistant Director, Dartmouth College Career Services Two weeks ago, our office facilitated a workshop for students that addressed the benefits of using LinkedIn.com as a professional networking tool. That being said, if you do not already have a LinkedIn profile, now is the time …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2012/02/career-tip-craft-a-creative-linkedin-profile-headline/

Jan
31

Career Tip: Get Out and Do Things. With People.

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Get Out and Do Things. With People. By Sarah Streit, Assistant Director, Dartmouth College Career Services Yes, networking is really that simple. There doesn’t need to be a perfect “networking” formula to follow. Simply, just get out there and chat with people. Setting up informational interviews is a great way to gain knowledge on various …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2012/01/career-tip-get-out-and-do-things-with-people/

Jan
26

COMMUNICATIONS Specialty Bulletin – January 26, 2012

 TOPICS INCLUDE: BRANDING: Summer Interns – Interbrand MASTERS IN JOURNALISM – Hong Kong MEDIA JOBS & INTERNSHIPS ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS & SCIENCES – Summer Internship Program EDITORIAL ASSISTANT – PUBLISHING – BOSTON – POST GRAD JOURNALISM: REPORTING – Inside Higher Ed – Summer RADIO & TV NEWS SCHOLARSHIPS DOCUMENTARY FILM – LINKS NEWS: GANNETT …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2012/01/communications-specialty-bulletin-january-26-2012/

Jan
20

Career Tip: Tailor Your Cover Letter

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Career Tip: Tailor Your Cover Letter By Jesse Wingate, Assistant Director, Dartmouth College Career Services Does the cover letter matter? I heard that employers don’t even read the cover letter? If it does not say a cover letter is required, should I submit one? We frequently hear students ask these questions when preparing to apply …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2012/01/career-tip-tailor-your-cover-letter/

Jan
10

Career Tip: RESPOND.

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CAREER TIP: RESPOND We frequently hear from employers who indicate to us that students are not responding to their emails in a timely manner. We know it can be challenging to respond to the thousands of emails that you get a day, but consider creating a system that works for you and allows for you …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2012/01/career-tip-respond/

Dec
27

Career Tip: “Red Flags” in the Job Search

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Career Tip: “Red Flags” in the Job Search Why job seekers are disqualified in the job search: 1. Inattention to details and sloppy grammar in cover letters & resumes 2. Questionable or offensive auto-replies, nicknames, Facebook accounts & telephone messages 3. Factual discrepancies between your resume and cover letter 4. Not strategically relating applicant’s background …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2011/12/career-tip-%e2%80%9cred-flags%e2%80%9d-in-the-job-search/

Dec
21

Career Tip: Create A Career-Research Feed!

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Career Tip: Create A Career-Research Feed! By Jesse Wingate, Assistant Director, Dartmouth College Career Services Are you thinking about what you’re going to do for that off-term or considering what comes next in June? Consider creating a career-research feed! One thing that we frequently hear from employers is that the candidate has fantastic experience on …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2011/12/career-tip-create-a-career-research-feed/

Nov
29

Career Tip: An Affair with LinkedIn!

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Feeling lonely and fed up with your job or internship search? Maybe you should consider having a love affair with LinkedIn! Job and internship searching takes much time, patience, and commitment. To be effective, it’s useful to be creative and strategic with your search; LinkedIn is a great example. About 120 million people now use …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2011/11/career-tip-an-affair-with-linkedin/

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