What To Read, Who to Follow, and The Call to Adventure | Tuesday Tips

“Being the main character simply means being the hero of your own story.” -Adele Lim, Class of 96 Adele Lim at Emerson’s 2022 Commencement Ceremony Hello Emersonians! On May 12th, 2022, one of our fellow Emersonians, Adele Lim shared this piece of advice as this year’s commencement speaker. While it speaks volumes to the 2022 …

Upcoming Career Events | Fall 2021

Fall 2021 is officially here! Join us throughout the semester for our upcoming career events including the Fall Internship Fair and many Virtual Career Cafés. If you’ve never been to a Career Café before, these events offer a casual, conversation-friendly environment where you can ask questions of top-name employers such as Arnold Worldwide, The Boston Globe, Disney Television Animation, and Hachette Book Group (to name a …

Resources for 2021:Your Career Resource Library, and Career Communities

There’s plenty of reasons folks revisit their career plans. Relocating, family needs, new interests, work environment, or upward mobility being just a few. The events of 2020 and 2021 have been two catalysts for folks considering what they want out of their careers going forward. If the job search wheels have started turning, below are …

Tuesday Tips 2020: Introducing Yourself to Strangers

Hello fellow Emersonian peers, partner employers, mentors, job seekers, etc. A hearty welcome back to our annual summer series: Tuesday Tips! Each summer we take some time to remind alumni about the career support we provide, offering tips along the way. We figured this year we’d kickstart things a little earlier. First off, check out …

EmersonNEXT: The Job Search

From a distance, even hearing the words “job” and “search” together bring up many questions, hopes and anxieties about the process. Students and alumni think about being prepared and confident, but most importantly making a strong impression on the prospective employer. As graduations approach, this is also a timely topic: Finding a Job! At the …

TUESDAY TIP: Still Amazing, Still Blazing Trails

If you’re noticing the expectant looks on the faces of parents and young adults carting around their belongings into dorms (or on the crowded streets of Boylston or Summer streets if you’re in Boston) you may well be aware of back to school season: higher ed version. In Student Affairs, we’re fielding questions and introducing …