Introducing #CuseCue on Instagram!

Posted in , , on February 12th, 2015 by .

Instagram: CareerSU1

By Kim Brown, ’06, Assistant Director for Alumni Programs Can you believe it’s been two years since we launched @WorkingOrange? It’s our Twitter account featuring guest alumni tweeters sharing details of their workdays and offering advice to students and fellow alumni. We’re having a lot of fun with @WorkingOrange and today, we’re excited to announce... Read more

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How to Research Companies for #SUCareerWeek

Posted in , on January 28th, 2015 by .

Students walking around the career fair

By Magnolia Salas ’12 Syracuse University Career Week is next week! Be sure to leave a good impression on recruiters by doing your research before you step foot in Goldstein Auditorium for any of the fairs. No matter what fair you plan on attending, take a look at what companies will be on campus recruiting.... Read more

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Mark Your Calendars for Spring Career Week!

Posted in on December 3rd, 2014 by .

Syracuse University Career Week will take place February 2-5.

As the fall semester winds down and you’re getting ready to head home, we just wanted to wish you a great, well-deserved break and let you know that it’s never too early to begin preparing for the spring recruiting season. Mark these dates in your calendars! Diversity in the Workplace: February 2, 6:30 p.m. –... Read more

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From Modern Presidency to Providing Presidential Protection

Posted in , , on November 12th, 2014 by .

Major Aaron Rittgers '03 speaks to Air Force ROTC cadets.

By Kim Brown, Assistant Director for Alumni Programs As a student at Syracuse University, Aaron Rittgers always looked forward to Modern Presidency class with Professor Margaret Susan Thompson. Little did he know that ten years later, he’d have a job that would give him a front row seat to the President of the United States, the... Read more

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Meet Dan Olson-Bang, Associate Director, Graduate Student Services

Posted in on November 5th, 2014 by .

Our new Associate Director just joined the office on Monday, November 3! We thought this would be a great time to introduce him to you, so we asked him to answer some questions about himself. Slice of Advice: Tell us why you’re so excited to start working at Career Services/SU and/or why are you excited to... Read more

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Sophomore Surge: Part 2!

Posted in , on October 22nd, 2014 by .

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By Christina Faulkner, Career Advisor, G’16 Last month, we mentioned some options for gaining experience and exploring your interests to help prepare you for success. This month, we’ve got a few more tips to help you discover paths and lead you toward exciting experiences and post-graduate happiness: Reflect on Strengths, Interests, Goals, and Values Notice... Read more

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Starting your first-year career!

Posted in , , , on October 15th, 2014 by .

By Shannon Andre and Tracy Tillapaugh Welcome to Syracuse University, class of 2018! We hope your transition to college has been fun, exciting, and full of new experiences so far. We know the term “career” may sound intimidating for some and it may be the last thing on your mind since you are just starting... Read more

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Orange Central: a phenomenal chance to meet alumni!

Posted in , on October 8th, 2014 by .

Relive your days at SU during Orange Central 2014!

By Kim Brown ’06, Assistant Director for Alumni Programs Have you heard? Orange Central is this week! Our Office of Alumni Relations welcomes everyone to celebrate their love of Orange – and with so many alumni visiting campus, it’s an incredible opportunity for students to make amazing career connections with alumni who want to help... Read more

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Sophomore Surge: Part 1!

Posted in on September 10th, 2014 by .

Checklist

By Christina Faulkner, Career Advisor, G ’16   Sophomores! Congrats on making it through your first year! Although you might be thinking graduation is far away, you’ve seen how fast the first year went. These next three years will fly by too and you might wonder, where’d all that time go? When you get to... Read more

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