7 Ways Job Searching Will Be Different in 2021 (and How You Can Adapt)

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I know everyone is tired of hearing the words “unprecedented” and “2020” together. So I’m going to say that this last year was…extremely unordinary. And it’s probably safe to say that many of us are eager to put 2020 in …

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The Road to Residency

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After getting into a medical school, it’s time to relax, celebrate, and momentarily enjoy your accomplishments. Once medical school begins, most medical students’ minds wander to the next challenge – residency. While some may come to medical school with …

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Student Spotlight: Zoe Bowser C’23

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Zoe Bowser C’23
Major: Studio Art
Minors: Spanish & Art History
Baldwin Honors Scholar
Sigma Delta Pi (Spanish Honor Society)
Launch Career Community: Arts, Communications & Languages
Launch Identity/Affinity Community: Gender & Sexuality
Tour Guide Coordinator on the Drew Admissions …

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Student Spotlight: Mariia Ezhkova C’21

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Mariia Ezhkova C’21                     
Majors: Business and International Relations
Minor: Spanish
Launch Career Communities: Business, Finance & Entrepreneurship and Social Impact, Education, Law & Government and Arts, Communications & Languages
Launch Identity/Affinity Community: International Student
Sigma Delta Pi (Spanish National Honor …

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How teachers benefit from social connections

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Why social time between teachers outside school matters

Whether it’s a weekly ‘grub club’ get together, walking or playing games, time for teachers to bond outside the school can create lifelong friendships – and some professional perks, too.

Every Wednesday …

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Student Spotlight: Vanessa Raab C’21

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Vanessa Raab C’21                                  
Major: Biology
Minors: Public Health and Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Baldwin Scholar
Member of TriBeta Biological Honors Society
Launch Career Community: Medicine and Health Professions
Launch Identity/Affinity Communities: First-Generation and Visible/Invisible Disabilities
Senior Advisor for the Gaming …

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Student Spotlight: Chris Coultas C’21

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Chris Coultas  C’21                                    
Major: Environmental Studies & Sustainability
Launch Career Community: Science, Technology, Engineering & Sustainability
Launch Identity/Affinity Community: Commuter
Student Director of the Forest Restoration Project

What attracted you to Drew?

I loved the concept that the professors actually …

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How to Succeed as a Commuter Student: 18 Proven Tips

How to Succeed as a Commuter Student: 18 Proven Tips

Being a commuter student brings experiences not shared by one’s on-campus cohort.  Besides differences in how commuter students meet and connect with their peers, there can also be the logistical challenges of navigating multiple forms of transportation, eating, and time …

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5 Tips for Succeeding at Your Virtual Internship

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Virtual internships are new for all of us, which can make them feel intimidating. Part of the reason people do internships is to learn about the typical “day in the life” in one’s desired industry, but, well, days haven’t really …

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The Most Important Parts of a Resume—Explained

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There are a few things that are part of every resume: your name and contact information, your experience, your skills, and your education. But there are plenty of other optional yet still common components you might choose to include. What …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
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