Making your on-campus job work for you

Working on campus is a fantastic opportunity to get some professional experience and build your resume. You don’t need to commute anywhere to get to your job, making it easier to juggle your employment with academic and extracurricular obligations. It’s …

By Lea Staedtler
Lea Staedtler Associate Director of Career Education and Student Employment Lea Staedtler
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Taming the Critical Voice of Self-Doubt

Do you have trouble representing your own achievements without adding qualifiers like “I think I did OK” or “I believe my performance was good”? This article addresses the sources of this self-doubt and gives tips for knowing when and how …

By Roger Adkins
Roger Adkins Executive Director, Center for Global and Career Education Roger Adkins
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Earlham EPIC Grand Challenge

Eligibility for Participation

Individuals and teams comprising up to five members can participate in the EPIC Grand Challenge. The CEIC encourages team participation, as one of the criteria for judging is interdisciplinary academics. Current students from Earlham College, Earlham School …

By Eboni Stevens
Eboni Stevens Asst. Director of EPIC Communications and Career Coach Eboni Stevens
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3 New Job Interview Questions Companies Are Asking Right Now

The pandemic has upended the professional world globally, and patterns of how, where, and when people work may never be the same as they were before it began. This article examines three of the now-common questions in job interviews and …

By Roger Adkins
Roger Adkins Executive Director, Center for Global and Career Education Roger Adkins
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Facing shortage of high-skilled workers, employers are seeking more immigrant talent, study finds

The US does not have enough folks qualified as highly skilled workers in computer-related jobs, and the industry increasingly looks to hire immigrants for open positions. Read the article here >>>

By Roger Adkins
Roger Adkins Executive Director, Center for Global and Career Education Roger Adkins
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How Migrant Filmmakers Practice Archival Activism

By Megan A. Carney

Migrant youth in Palermo, Italy, are documenting their lives to ensure their stories are not just told by those in power.

By Roger Adkins
Roger Adkins Executive Director, Center for Global and Career Education Roger Adkins
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The wrong way to email someone for career advice — and the right way to do it

Do you ever get an email or text message from someone that just rubs you the wrong way? The tone doesn’t feel quite right and you don’t know what to make of it. It’s so easy to misinterpret tone in …

By Lea Staedtler
Lea Staedtler Associate Director of Career Education and Student Employment Lea Staedtler
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PLEASE, Don’t Start Your Grad School Application Your Senior Year!

Reading time: around 5-10 minutes

This post briefly covers where and when you should start with graduate school applications.

It’s 2 AM on a Monday. I can’t sleep. I check my work email (a big no-no for many reasons). The …

By Eboni Stevens
Eboni Stevens Asst. Director of EPIC Communications and Career Coach Eboni Stevens
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Global Topic: Hitchhiking Imperialism

By the 19th century, as the UK (and the “Pax Britannica”) helped introduce a more modern global economy, a country did not have to be a colonial power itself in order to benefit from the profits of global imperialism. Scandinavia …

By Roger Adkins
Roger Adkins Executive Director, Center for Global and Career Education Roger Adkins
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How the model minority myth holds Asian Americans back at work—and what companies should do

Original article by Jennifer Liu

In some ways, Quincy Surasmith says he didn’t feel like an outsider growing up. Surasmith, who is Thai American and Chinese American, was raised in a part of L.A. that had a large Asian American …

By Roger Adkins
Roger Adkins Executive Director, Center for Global and Career Education Roger Adkins
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