Feb ’22 Grads: Important Reminder (and Memes) Before You Go!

Congratulations! You did it – and you did it well. Look how far you’ve come since your CSE Virtual Orientation. Seems like just yesterday we were reminding you to customize your LinkedIn URL on your resume, and here you are …

By Natalie Warila
Natalie Warila Assistant Director, Career Strategies
Read more »

Job and Internship Hiring in the New Year

Hello to all and Happy Holidays!

As the Brandeis community relishes the days ahead (when we can take a break from classes, work, and the general chaos of everyday life!) and heads into the New Year, The Engagement Team hopes …

By Ryan Olthoff
Ryan Olthoff Senior Assistant Director, Engagement
Read more »

Field Projects: Spring 2022

Spring semester is just around the corner and we know you have a lot of questions regarding Field Projects, especially around the timeline. We’ve put together an outline below, so you know what to expect before even applying to be …

By Brittani Harris
Brittani Harris Senior Program Administrator, Academic Experiential Learning
Read more »

“How can we not be grateful?”

The International Business School celebrates winter graduates in-person

It was harder than they imagined when they signed up, but they succeeded nonetheless.

The International Business School recently celebrated about 40 winter graduates, a group …

By Career Strategies and Engagement (CSE)
Career Strategies and Engagement (CSE)
Read more »

Parsing PrivCo | CSE Resource of the Month Series

Want to get the inside scoop on your target companies? From private company financials to deal history, key contacts and ownership information, PrivCo is the go-to source for private company information. Use this great resource to guide your job search …

By Stephanie Borr
Stephanie Borr CSE Career Captain, News Crew
Read more »

13 Best Things You Can Do for Your Career Before the Year’s End

There are 36 days between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve. This end-of-year stretch can feel like a black hole for your job search and career. But like an actual black hole, it only seems empty. In fact, it’s packed with …

By Stav Ziv - The Muse
The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions.
Read more »

Top Tips for Career Decision-making When Graduating With a Master’s Degree

Dear Mid-Year Graduates:

Congratulations! You will soon earn yet another degree. This time, you have accomplished this goal during an unprecedented pandemic when lives are turned upside down across the globe. It takes incredible courage, resilience, and positivity to get …

By Sonia Liang
Sonia Liang Associate Director, Career Strategies Center MSBA Career Coach
Read more »

Five Tips to Make Your Work Life “Work” for our Mid-Year Graduates

In honor of tomorrow’s December Graduation Dinner, the CSE is resharing Geri Brehm’s May article, “Five Tips to Make Your Work Life ‘Work’ for our 2021 Graduates.” A huge and heartfelt congratulations to all our mid-year graduates! Please …

By Geri Brehm
Geri Brehm Senior Associate Director Career Advising and Mentoring
Read more »

These 6 Preliminary Interview Questions Determine Whether You Make it to the Next Round

 

In today’s intense hiring world, many employers deploy pre-screening steps before inviting candidates for longer interviews. When a candidate’s cover letter and resume are appealing to the recruiter, they are usually asked to participate in a preliminary interview or

By Ivy Exec - Ivy Exec
Ivy Exec
Ivy Exec is your dedicated career development resource.
Read more »

Business Analyst vs Data Analyst: The Best Choice for 2021

There is often confusion when it comes to the differences between business analysts and data analysts. Both are professionals within the field of data science, both delve into data in search of answers, and, at some organizations, the job titles …

By Sakshi Gupta - Springboard
Springboard
Bridging the world's skills gap through affordable, high-quality, online education.
Read more »