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  • 3 Simple Networking Tips for International Students That Generate Results

    By: Marcelo Barros- Courtesy of Vault

    On-campus recruiting at U.S. universities is typically slower this time of the year versus the fall. For international students in particular, opportunities to interview with firms that sponsor might … Continued

  • Be a Connector: Helping People in Your Network

    By: Miriam Salpeter - Courtesy of Vault

    Just as there are many types of people, there are multiple types of networkers. Showing interest in people you meet and focusing on their needs, acting interested in the events you attend (even if you … Continued

  • What Is Networking and How Does It Help You Find a Job?

    By: Miriam Salpeter - Courtesy of Vault

    Networking. For some, it’s a dirty word. Does it conjure up images of people standing around a room, balancing drinks in one hand and plates of overcooked, fried appetizers garnished with wilted veget … Continued

  • How to Use LinkedIn to Advance Your Career

    By: Courtesy of Vault

    Social media offers opportunities for networking and building your career, but there are many pitfalls along the way. LinkedIn is the most popular platform for professionals. Click here to learn how t … Continued

  • How to Start a Conversation at a Networking Event

    By: Vault

    Most people find it hard to strike up conversations with strangers. But to get the most out of a networking event that’s exactly what you have to do. Here are some strategies for overcoming shyness an … Continued

  • Identifying Your Network: Whom Do You Know?

    By: Miriam Salpeter - Courtesy of Vault

    A common complaint job seekers make is, “I don’t have a network!” It’s very frustrating to realize job search networking is the best way to land an opportunity but to believe that avenue isn’t open to … Continued

  • Funding: Styled for Success Stipend

    By: UCS

    Students!  Did you know that there is a stipend available that provides funding for the purchase of professional interview attire?  It’s called the Styled for Success stipend and it is open to UNC stu … Continued

  • LinkedIn Professional: Profile Development Tips

    By: Tiffany Waddell Tate- Courtesy of the National Association of Colleges and Employers

    LinkedIn is a tool for students and alumni to build connections, but frequently, many don’t quite know how to maximize their digital presence online. LinkedIn is one of many tools you can use to creat … Continued

  • Your College Has a Career Center. Here Are 5 Good Reasons to Use It!

    By: James Andersen is Career and Placement Services Coordinator at Coastal Carolina Community College

    Josh just graduated from a major university two months ago with a degree in computer science. Josh has a lot going for him. He’s young and driven, and he’s super-duper smart. He’s the kind of guy that … Continued

  • Student Spotlight: Aaron Epps

    By: Sheena Jacobs, Assistant Director, UNC UCS

    Today, we bring you Aaron Epps.  Aaron is from Fairmont, NC, majoring in Political Science with a minor in Socioeconomic Justice.   His career interests are in HR and working with diversity and inclus … Continued