The Internship Application Rollercoaster

Posted in on May 25th, 2016 by .

By Vanessa Salman ’17 It’s that time of year again — that’s right, it’s summer internship season. You’ve perfected your resume after going to Career Services’ drop-in hours, made your cover letter a window into your professional soul, and submitted your application. A week later, you still haven’t heard back and you’re as antsy as... Read more

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The Most Future-Proof Career Advice Ever

Posted in , , , , on October 19th, 2015 by .

By Marina Zarya, ’11; G ’13, Time Inc., Video Producer, Branding + Culture Now that I’ve got your attention with my very-catchy headline, I’ll warn you that the actual advice part of this post will be underwhelming. Ready? My advice to you, eager Syracuse University student, is BE KIND. Yes, that’s it. The job you’ll have soon... Read more

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Top Tips to Make the Most of Your Internship

Posted in , , on July 15th, 2015 by .

Internship panel hosted by the Lubin House and Syracuse University Career Services

By Jennifer Pluta and Lucy Rodgers A few weeks ago, Syracuse University in NYC hosted a program in partnership with Career Services called “Making the Most of Your Summer Internship.” Attendees heard from a fantastic panel of alumni, including: Josh Books ’11, Nielsen Catalina Solutions Daniel Greenberg ’13, MediaLink Josh Levy ’10, William Morris Endeavor... Read more

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5 Valuable Tips from Career Crash Course

Posted in , , , , , , on April 16th, 2014 by .

By Danchen Zhou, G’14, Career Services Public Relations Intern On Friday, March 28, Syracuse University Career Services hosted a crash course on campus providing students with five career-focused workshops.  Presenters were recruiters from IBM, JPMorgan Chase, Northwestern Mutual, O’Brien & Gere, and U.S. Secret Service.  Here are some of the most valuable tips and insights regarding... Read more

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Interning in the DA's office

Posted in on February 19th, 2014 by .

By Duane Ford ’15 Last summer I interned at the Monroe County District Attorney’s (DA) office in the domestic violence department. I worked closely with an Assistant District Attorney (ADA), and helped prepare cases for indictment. My favorite part about the internship was consulting with the ADA and learning more about the law and the... Read more

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Interning in the DA's office

Posted in on February 19th, 2014 by .

By Duane Ford ’15 Last summer I interned at the Monroe County District Attorney’s (DA) office in the domestic violence department. I worked closely with an Assistant District Attorney (ADA), and helped prepare cases for indictment. My favorite part about the internship was consulting with the ADA and learning more about the law and the... Read more

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Alumni Networking in D.C.: How One Intern Made the Most of His Summer

Posted in , , on October 9th, 2013 by .

By Billy Fletcher, ’14 This summer I had the privilege of working in Washington, D.C. for the American Trauma Society, a health care advocacy organization, as a policy intern. As a rising senior, soon to be entering the job market, this summer was critical to opening doors for my post-graduation job search. I took a... Read more

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Career Resources Series: Use Vault.com to Score Points with Employers

Posted in , , , , on February 20th, 2013 by .

By Chuck Reutlinger, Associate Director, Career Services “Why are you interested in us? What do you know about us? Why are you interested in this position and this career path? What are your strengths? Where do you see yourself in the future?” Employers ask questions like these to see how much you really know about... Read more

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