Sophomore: Engage


After determining your career goal, beginning to ENGAGE in campus activities and opportunities is key to further development. There are many opportunities to participate in organizations relating to your major, interests, and future goals on campus. You need to research these opportunities more fully to determine what options are best for you. Finding your place and people on campus increases the likelihood of you finding both academic and career success.

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How to Answer: ‘Where Do You See Yourself in 5 Years?’

As you prepare for your interview, you know you’ll probably be asked about your strengths and weaknesses and to tell the interviewer about yourself. But did you know that another common interview question you may encounter is, “Where do you …

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Top 10 Jobs for Marketing Majors

If you are looking at possibly pursuing a degree in Marketing, this is the article for you. Written by Rachel Pelta of Forage, marketing can mean a broad association of jobs/careers but this article will help give you and idea …

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How to Write a Cover Letter

After weeks of heavy job search, you’re almost there!

You’ve perfected your resume.

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