This week look at what work environments are best for different people, what we can learn about mentoring from skydiving and why kids need to learn to code.
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.
When Wing Tung Wong (’17), a mechanical engineering student at Carnegie Mellon University, was considering her career options, she came across a surprising source on her school’s Alumni Advisor Network. She came across a familiar name: a teaching assistant who had helped her with an introductory physics course she had taken as part of her major’s requirements.Keep Reading