Taking the Stage


Improv can be a bit terrifying to many. If you’ve never taken an acting class and have any level of stage fright, the idea of getting up with and in front of people without a script can be nerve-wracking, to …

By Jessica Chance
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Apply for Summer Internships at NBC, CNN, Turner, & Viacom

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Picture this: It’s Summer and the warm weather has finally returned. You’re living life to the fullest, enjoying the weather and feeling satisfied with a paid internship at the employer of your choice.  This future might seem ways off with …

By Anders Croft
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Things to Do Before You Leave Your Fall Internship

Before You Leave

It’s (almost) the end of the semester. You made it! Can you believe how much you have accomplished over the last 3 months?

As you prep for those last weeks before winter break, we wanted to provide you with some …

By Marissa Shallcross
Marissa Shallcross Assistant Director, Liaison to School of the Arts Marissa Shallcross
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Career Services: Ways to Connect With Us


Finding the time in your busy schedule to make it to the Career Services office can be a bit difficult when you’re working and a student. The counselors in the Career Services office understand that you are busy, but also …

By Shakira Moreta
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Marketing Your Grad Experience: What Do Employers Want?

Marketing Your Grad Experience

You may be looking to find your first internship or in your last year of graduate school getting ready to start your job search or going on interviews. If your first thought is “what do I do now?” I completely …

By Shakira Moreta
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