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Center for Global and Career Education

Here at the CGCE, we always remind people to keep an ongoing CV to record all their experiences and the accompanying skills. Here’s an article that speaks to the benefit of tracking your skills particularly when making career transitions:

https://bit.ly/3cGkXLB
Center for Global and Career Education

Interviewing for a position but not sure it’s the right fit? Gauging a company’s culture through an interview can be hard, but this article reminds us it’s still possible to learn about work culture when interviewing. Check it out to learn more:

https://bit.ly/30MauZK

International Students and Off-Campus Employment Options

International students who are on F-1 visas have some very specific rules related to any sort of employment they might thing about pursuing. The flow chart attempts to demonstrate the process by which an international student advisor would use to …

By Candice Quiñones
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Center for Global and Career Education

PSA for the women and students of color: Don’t let imposter syndrome stop you from applying for that job and definitely don’t let it undermine your right to be in spaces that you have worked hard to reach. Check out this article for a reminder:

https://bit.ly/2PozKmf
Center for Global and Career Education

Need extra money but don’t have a set schedule? As college students finances can be tight with all the expenses college brings. Follow this link for a few creative ways you can earn some extra money without going to an office and having a boss.

https://stanford.io/3rakojx

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EPIC 171: Professional Foundations

Caroline Wagner
The Professional Foundations course is a required pre-departure course for students participating in Earlham-funded summer internships and independent student experiences…

ELL 205: Seminar on Social Trends

Through reading and discussion of current events, this course focuses on participating and facilitating in-class discussion, building communicative confidence, critical…

ELL 206: Effective Public Speaking and Presenting

Through the creation of a personalized portfolio, repeated whole-group presentations, and reflection, this course focuses on building public speaking/communication skills,…

ELL Reading & Writing Courses

Support for reading and writing skills for English Language Learners is built into specific sections of the required first-year writing…

INTD 199: International Student Success

This course provides tools to succeed as an international student at Earlham. We discuss cross-cultural adjustment and communication, classroom expectations,…

BIOL 251: Intro to Nutrition

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This course will serve as an introduction to the science of human nutrition and the relationship of food and nutrients…

EPIC 271: Fellowship Foundations

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Applying for fellowship funding can be daunting: few of us have prior experience in the best ways to approach this…

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