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When Rommel Del Fierro (‘16) returned from his post as a sergeant in Afghanistan, he enrolled at University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) to start a new life. But when he found that he didn’t have a community as strong as what he had in the Marines, Rommel took matters into his own hands: he became the founding father of the Kappa Eta Chapter for the Sigma Nu Fraternity at UCSB.

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This week we look at the types of people from whom to seek career advice, how to look at a job interview like an audition, and things that new grads should know before joining a startup.

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When Jeevan Venkata (’16) began searching for a career in information technology, he knew preparation was key. After reaching out to his student communications team at Central Queensland University for a résumé critique, Jeevan was directed to the CQUni Career Connection platform. There, he completed a career consultation and took his new knowledge—and newfound confidence—with him through the application and interview processes at Toll Group, a global logistics solutions company. And—Jeevan didn’t land the job.

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This week we look at how interns got their first jobs, at how to overcome career setbacks, and at traits of successful people that require no talent to acquire.

 

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This week we look at clichés to avoid on LinkedIn, what advice was crucial to startup s

 

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This week look at what work environments are best for different people, what we can learn about me

 

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After Amber King (’18) transferred to the University of Delaware in 2016, she planned to pursue a new major and a new career: finance. Amber began studying in the University of Delaware’s finance and business development department, but was still looking for guidance on how she could leverage her new studies into a job after college. That’s when she found the UD Career Advising Network.

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This week we look at preventing employee burnout, closing the gender pay gap, &

 

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This week we look at the impact mentors can have on your career, how a woman's age and location impact her career ambitions, and four secrets for figuring out what should be doing with your career.

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