Featured Events (May 17 – May 21)

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A collection of CSE Recommended Events happening the week of May 17. Read your CSE Newsletter every Thursday evening to learn more about upcoming events, and check out the events section of CSE Connect to see what else is happening …

By Career Strategies and Engagement (CSE)
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How Trust Can Advance Your Career

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Want to improve your professional relationships and be more effective as a team member and leader? Try this: make as your default to always assume the best in people, right from the start. Show the other members of your team …

By Frank Fessenden
Frank Fessenden Executive Director Frank Fessenden
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Be BOLD in Your Intention and Gentle in Your Approach When Networking

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Networking is important to your job search. Using on-line platforms such as LinkedIn can help you build a robust network from both inner and outer connections. Inner connections are people you know well, like mentors, friends, close peers and colleagues. …

By Alice Ain Rich
Alice Ain Rich Senior MBA Career Coach & Adjunct Professor Alice Ain Rich
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Strategies for Managing Stress | Part 3

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From my experience as an executive coach, I have found there are those individuals whose temperament naturally allows them to manage their stress better than others. But for the majority of us, managing stress is a learned process that needs …

By Geri Brehm
Geri Brehm Senior Associate Director Career Advising and Mentoring Geri Brehm
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Thinking beyond the next quarter: Asper Award winner Deval L. Patrick reflects on the future of capitalism, expanding access for diverse entrepreneurs by Douglas Moser

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Former Massachusetts Governor Deval L. Patrick believes “short-termism” is threatening our economy, our politics and potentially our prosperity.

It’s a conclusion that has long informed Patrick’s leadership style as an attorney, business executive and public servant.

On April 22, Patrick …

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The 50 Best Companies to Grow your Career, from LinkedIn

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Lists and rankings of companies are ubiquitous these days. From the Fortune 500 to the Inc 5000, there are published company lists for many different types of rankings.  At the CSE we really like this brand new list from LinkedIn:

By Frank Fessenden
Frank Fessenden Executive Director Frank Fessenden
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Feeling Zoom Fatigue? You’re Not Alone!

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Zoom fatigue is a topic of conversation practically everywhere. While some of us begin easing our way back into classrooms and offices, others have a way to go. And even post-pandemic, portions of the virtual world are likely here to …

By Marcia Katz
Marcia Katz Director, Career Development and Alumni Engagement Marcia Katz
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Fintech Disruptors Poised to Thrive (and Hire) Post-Covid

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After four full quarters of Covid-19, some sectors have withered, while others have expanded. One sector that was growing before Covid and is still expanding is fintech.

In 2018, of the $254 billion in total global capital invested during the …

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A comprehensive resource for students and job seekers looking for career advice, job postings, company reviews from employees, and rankings of the best companies and industry employers.
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So You Want a Job in Finance? Develop Your Soft Skills!

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In the finance industry, “soft” skills are as important as “hard” skills and are highly sought by employers. Soft skills encompass a wide variety of personal attributes including integrity, creative thinking, positive attitude, grit, time management, empathy, curiosity and effective …

By Jennifer Voldins
Jennifer Voldins Associate Director, Career Strategies MSF Career Coach Jennifer Voldins
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Strategies for Managing Stress | Part 2

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From my experience as an executive coach, I have found there are those individuals whose temperament naturally allows them to manage their stress better than others. But for the majority of us, managing stress is a learned process that needs …

By Geri Brehm
Geri Brehm Senior Associate Director Career Advising and Mentoring Geri Brehm
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