Erin Corrigan ’15: Dare to Discover

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How many times has this happened: You’re wrapped in the middle of a job search scrolling through hundreds of positions on Handshake or another job-search platform and you stumble across the perfect position. It’s an entry-level role based in your …

By Anders Croft
Anders Croft Marketing Communications Specialist Anders Croft
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Roadblock in Your Job Search? Use the New Jobs Feature on LinkedIn

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Have you spent hours, days, or even weeks scrolling through hundreds of job listings trying to identify the “perfect job title” that fits your interests? You’re not alone. One of the biggest challenges job seekers have is knowing what types …

By Hilary Sehring
Hilary Sehring Search Marketing Specialist
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Making the Most of Your Network

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As you know, networking is a key part of your job search and career development.  However, networking has changed over time and the way you manage your network is extremely influential in your success.  Here are some quick tips on …

By Katharine Privert
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Social Impact & You: Finding Purpose & Place in Your Career

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When I was 20 years old, a student at Boston College studying business, I knew that I wanted to combine my business education and my passion for social change into a career but I had no idea where to start. …

By Anna Trieschmann
Anna Trieschmann Associate Director of Community Engagement & New Initiatives
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Allison Rieke ’18: Finding Community with Non-Profits

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Allison Rieke is a graduate student in Emerson’s Integrated Marketing Communications Master’s Program. This spring she has been working as a Marketing Intern with the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA. PEM, as it is affectionately called is “the nation’s …

By Emily Smedick
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TLE Center for Urban Entrepreneurship: Impacting & Creating Community

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Making the world a better place, one entrepreneur at a time. That’s the mission that TLE Center for Urban Entrepreneurship (TLE) has taken on with the fearless leadership of Tricia Young, TLE’s founder and president, and with the support they’ve …

By Anders Croft
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Brookline Interactive Group: A Local Nonprofit Empowering Artists

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We all have the right to tell our own story and Brookline Interactive Group (BIG) is making sure of that. Having rebranded from over 30 years of being Brookline Access Television, BIG has moved from a traditional public access …

By Anders Croft
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Personal Branding: Telling Your Story

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Throughout the year we talk a lot to students about branding. I don’t mean a product or service you’re marketing or a social media campaign you’re creating, but the brand that is YOU. It’s how you’re memorable and it’s the …

By Katharine Privert
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Guest Blog: Careers in the Non-Profit Sector

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The Nonprofit Communication Management Minor is available through the Communication Studies Department.

Many of you have engaged in community service as volunteers to satisfy a High School requirement, worked at a fundraising event or donated to a crowdfunding campaign to …

By Cathryn Edelstein
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Molly McIntyre ’17: Unexpected Opportunity with Seacrest Studios

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Seacrest Studios is a unique environment for media-focused students to get involved with. Located in Boston Children’s Hospital, their mission is to provide entertainment to a community of doctors and patients through outstanding radio and television production. Past examples of …

By Anders Croft
Anders Croft Marketing Communications Specialist Anders Croft
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