Cassie Gilbert

Career Coach

Cassie Gilbert

As a Career Coach, Cassie is thrilled to be helping students, alumni, and faculty at NDSU and is excited to be back among the Bison Herd. She believes that the “career-everywhere” model will help provide the best access to Career and Advising Center services and that we can best meet the needs of everyone by building relationships with those that we serve.

Cassie is currently working to achieve her doctoral degree in Education with a specialization in Institutional Effectiveness. She has a Master of Arts in History from Western Illinois University, a Bachelor’s of Science in History with minors in Anthropology and Sociology from NDSU, and an Associates of Science from Carl Sandburg College. In her previous work for non-profits, Cassie has worked to create, build, and promote partnerships within communities as the Director of a Main Street Iowa community program and as a Marketing Specialist for a behavioral health care center. Originally from Illinois, she enjoys hanging out with her husband and three dogs, Oreo, Napoleon, and Hamish, going to the movies, traveling, attending a variety of sporting events, golfing, and reading.

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What is Suit Up!?

Every student at some point might wonder, what exactly am I supposed to wear for an interview? That is a question that can be relatively easy to find an answer to. But, what we have heard from many students was …

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Who’s Hiring? 9 Orgs Working to Support Individuals with Disabilities

July 26th, 2020 marks the 30th anniversary of the passing of the landmark civil rights law, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). With the signing of the ADA, discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas of public life became …

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What Is Time Blocking and Why You Should Be Doing it?

As a full-time college student who also works part-time, I can find it hard to schedule and organize my day. I have found it even harder to prioritize now that all my classes have gone online. After trying various methods …

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Mentoring Relationships: What are the benefits?

The next topic in our mentoring series is: What are the benefits to having a mentor? The really short answer is that, like many things, you get out of it what you put into it.

While the benefits of mentoring may …

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Mentoring Relationships: Why now?

The current environment has everyone shifting priorities, creating new plans, and you might be asking yourself, ‘What do I do now?’ One option is seeking out a mentor and to help you kick off this process and understand why now …

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20 Video Interview Tips to Help You Dazzle the Hiring Manager and Get the Job

By now, you’re probably familiar with the basics of setting up for a video interview: Find a quiet, clean place to have it, make sure your mic is turned on, and—seriously—put on some pants. But with more and more employers …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
The Muse
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Provider Perspective: Is Rural Practice the Right Fit for Me?

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Spring is the time for job search, interviewing, and the opening of health professions professional school application systems. But, one question we hear a lot in our office at the NDSU Career and Advising Center is, “Well, what …

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Here’s How to Ask for a Full-Time Position After an Internship (Email Template Included!)

When I was a senior in college, I worked as an editorial intern for The Muse. By the time I graduated eight months later, I had a full-time job lined up here as an associate editor, which led me to …

By The Muse
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5 Lessons I Needed to Learn About Job Searching as a Disabled Person

Once upon a time, I was a newly crowned master of journalism who used to roll out of bed mid-afternoon, brush my hair, and eat something before I settled in for my “day.” By “day” I mean I’d check in …

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Building Transferable Skills (even during the holidays!)

Some students wonder how their part time jobs, volunteering, and classroom experiences can help them to find internships and jobs in the hopes of reaching their career goals. However, the transferable skills, such as problem solving, critical thinking, and communication, …

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