10 Ways Summer Can Help You In Your Career

Posted in on June 15th, 2016 by .

How to be productive this summer

By Emilee Smith G’16 School is out for summer, yippee! But just because classes are finished and the sun is shining doesn’t mean you should take a three-month break from productivity. These summer months are a great time to get ahead for the coming academic year and gain experiences for your future career. Here’s 10... Read more

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Megan Lucas' #LinkedInSUccess Story

Posted in , , , on October 30th, 2013 by .

Continuing our series on #LinkedInSUccess stories, Megan Lucas ’13, shares how she leveraged LinkedIn in her job search! I graduated Syracuse University College of Arts and Sciences in May 2013, and like everyone else, was very worried about finding a fun full-time job that would potentially turn into a career. I studied international relations, Spanish,... Read more

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#LinkedInSUccess: Think Quality, Not Quantity

Posted in , , , on September 5th, 2013 by .

We asked alumni about their LinkedIn success stories through a Google + Hangout a few weeks ago. We got so many amazing stories we wanted to share a few! Kicking off the #LinkedInSUccess series is Nichole May, a 2012 Whitman grad who used LinkedIn during a career change. Ever since I was a teenager, my... Read more

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Happy birthday to 'CuseConnect! Are YOU connected?

Posted in , , , on March 20th, 2012 by .

By Kim Brown, Alumni Programs Coordinator We have a lot to cheer about these days! Our basketball team’s winning, this summer-like weather has the Quad PACKED, and…‘CuseConnect is now seven months old! What’s ‘CuseConnect? It’s the LinkedIn group that Career Services launched on August 19th, 2011 to connect SU students with SU alumni, as well... Read more

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Sales: So Much More Than Cold-Calling

Posted in , , , , on January 27th, 2012 by .

By Shannon Feeney There seems to be a stigma around the word “sales” when it comes to job seekers.  The images that come to mind are of cold-calling for new clients, salaries based solely on commission, and forcing people to buy something they don’t want.  I am hoping this blog post will help debunk some... Read more

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