Dunstanette Macauley-Dukuly

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Dunstanette Macauley-Dukuly

Dunstanette coordinates both the Medicine & Health Professions and Science, Techonology, Engineering, & Sustainability Career Interest Communities. She manages the student mentorship program and the internal application process for students applying to graduate programs in the health professions. She counsels and advises Drew students and alumni on their career, job, and internship plans and critiques resumes/CVs, personal statements, and cover letters. Dunstanette graduated with a B.S. in Public Health from Rutgers University- New Brunswick.

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

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 …

By Jaclyn Westlake - The Muse
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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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5 Tips for Succeeding at Your Virtual Internship

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 …

By Kaitlin McManus - Vault
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The Most Important Parts of a Resume—Explained

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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7 Tips for Writing a Cover Letter with No Experience

Applying for a job when you have no, or limited, experience is daunting. Here we look at a crucial part of your application—the cover letter. It’s an excellent tool for showing your suitability for the role and the organization, even …

By Andrew Fennell - Vault
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3 Warning Signs of an Unhealthy Workplace

You will probably spend about 30% of your adult life at work. Naturally, you want to be at a job where you know you will be happy. Job satisfaction means different things to different people, and it’s important to define …

By Chris Norton - Vault
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Your STEM Internship Is More Important Than Ever

Right now, the world’s STEM leaders are at the forefront of the fight against COVID-19.

The need for more science, technology, engineering, and math talent has never been more obvious than today. With the world facing a pandemic, we need …

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6 Ways to Build Up Your Resume When You Can’t Afford to Do an Unpaid Internship

As you start thinking about life after college, you may hear that internships are the most important stepping stones to your first job. And they are often the simplest and most traditional way to build up your resume so you …

By Tiffany Waddell Tate - The Muse
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Coronavirus Pandemic Workforce Changes That Will Stick Around During 2021

The Covid-19 pandemic upended every aspect of normal livelihood around the globe. Things shifted to sometimes unrecognizable extents overnight. In response to lockdown measures, companies have made significant efforts to adapt.

2020 brought WFH front and center. Future Forum research

By Derek Jones - Vault
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These Time Management Skills Can Make You a Better Employee—and Improve Your Work-Life Balance

Time management is one of those important work and life skills that seems to find its way into every job interview and performance review. That’s because recruiters and management teams alike know that an employee’s time management skills can make …

By Leah Campbell - The Muse
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