Career News & Advice

Rural Medicine: Go Small to Win Big

Walking into a four-bed emergency department for the first time, I was greeted with an ambulance call. The paramedic excitedly reported two people were ejected from a vehicle and in critical condition – ETA 10 minutes. As I turned to greet …

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10 Jobs That Are Great for Sociology Majors (Plus Expert Advice on How to Land One)

Sociology is one of those majors with no set path after graduation, which can be scary as you’re planning to enter the workforce for the first time. The trade-off is that you’ll actually have a lot of flexibility in what …

By Rebeca Piccardo - The Muse
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5 Ways Entry-Level Employees Can Advocate for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Work

Diversity and inclusion have long been buzzwords that companies parade—often for marketing purposes. But in the past few years, more and more job seekers and employees, particularly millennials and Gen Z, are vetting companies by their diversity and inclusion track …

By Anisa Purbasari Horton - The Muse
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Ask A CM: Summer On-Campus Job Search

The question today is: How to get a summer job on campus now?

This is a great question to consider as the semester is wrapping up and people are deciding what they want to do this summer! Many departments and …

By Sophie Semanko
Sophie Semanko Career Mentor Sophie Semanko
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How to Add Extracurricular Activities to Your Resume—So They Actually Help Your Job Search

When you’re writing a resume, your education and past jobs are far from the only things that matter. The truth is, the past experiences and skills that employers care about can come from a number of places. And particularly when …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
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Tips for Crafting a Post-Interview Thank-You Note

One of the most important pieces of interview advice is to remember your manners—and by that I mean, write thank-you notes. Sending your interviewer a quick thank-you note is an easy way to make a great impression and show your …

By Ashley Reed - Vault
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#NDSUintern Spotlight: Colin Geyer

Major: Accounting/Finance

Company: Eide Bailly

Location of Internship: Fargo, North Dakota

Internship Title: Tax Intern

Why did you choose the company that you work for?
Eide Bailly has a reputation as one of the best Public Accounting Firms in the …

By Ashley Peifer
Ashley Peifer Events and Marketing Intern Ashley Peifer
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#NDSUintern Spotlight: Jack Radtke

Major: Manufacturing Engineering

Company: Doosan Bobcat

Location of Internship: Gwinner, ND

Internship Title: Manufacturing Engineering Co-op

Why did you choose the company that you work for?
Doosan Bobcat is a very reputable company in our area, and I knew it …

By Ashley Peifer
Ashley Peifer Events and Marketing Intern Ashley Peifer
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Ask a CM!

Hello everyone!

I hope you are all pushing through the end of the semester and handling the stress well. We’re almost done!

Today’s question is: Hello! Where is the NDSU link to ‘Handshake’, the higher ed version of LinkedIn where …

By Sabrina Eggert
Sabrina Eggert Career Mentor Sabrina Eggert
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Ask a CM!

Hello everyone!

This week’s question is: How do you make a professional email signature if you already graduated?

This is a great question! An email signature can make your emails look much more professional and can also tell other people …

By Sabrina Eggert
Sabrina Eggert Career Mentor Sabrina Eggert
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