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How to behave in interviews

Your skills and qualifications are the basic things that the hiring manager is looking for. Whether you get the job depends largely on your behaviors in the interviews.   What the employers are looking for…


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Welcome Back! Meet our new counselors.

We hope you had a wonderful spring break! During your time off, we have added two new counselors to our Center for Career Development staff. We are very excited to have them as part of…


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Career Advice for International Students

Even before I came to the United States, I heard people talk about how challenging it could be for international students to find a job. The truth is, finding a job isn’t hard, but finding…


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Post Expo

Now after Career Expo, what should we do? In the following paragraphs, I will discuss about the things you might want to do after Expo.   Submit your application Don’t forget to submit online application….


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Time to Come Up with Summer Plans

Freshmen, sophomores and juniors – If not already, now is the time to start coming up with summer plans! Without the homework and exams that take up your time during the school year, summer is…


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Fix Up Your Resume! 5 Easy Steps

In my last blog, I talked about staying in the job search even if you have a job, and one of the things that often gets forgotten and left undone is updating the ol’ resume….


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Atypical Career Paths

  Rice University helps students learn to adapt and problem-solve in life. The school teaches students to think at higher levels, and afterwards Rice graduates are prepared for all types of careers.   A lot…


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Growing Your Network on LinkedIn

  LinkedIn is an online platform that helps you to build connections for your career. It’s a research tool to find jobs, organizations, and recruiters. You can build connections with the industry experts who are…