Employer Spotlight: Eric Reid, Senior U.S. Manager, INTO University Partners, Jing’an District, Shanghai, China

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Eric Reid’s role as a nationally-focused manager, for INTO University Partnerships, involves working with top US and UK universities to diversify and expand international student bodies, forming long-term partnerships which expand opportunities for students and raise the profile of partner …

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Employer Spotlight: Merri Sheh, Founder/Owner of En Masse Coworking

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Merri Sheh, Founder/Owner of En Masse Coworking, brings over 30 years of marketing and sales experience to this spectacular woman-owned co-working space. Her networking and communication skills combined with an experienced team of community managers are what put En Masse …

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The Right Way to Ask for an Internship in an Email (With Examples!)

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As a college student (and beyond), it can often feel like everyone around you has everything all figured out. And when you start hearing from your peers about the internships they’ve secured, that feeling only gets worse—especially if you’re still …

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Non-Academic Career Pathways for Political Science Majors

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In this interview, a Senior Fellow from the Brookings Institution offers some practical advice for political scientists seeking career pathways outside of academia. One great tip: “I’m a pretty big proponent of the idea that you shouldn’t go to graduate …

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Visa’s First-Ever Chief Diversity Officer on the Secrets to Her Success

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Jolen Anderson likes to call herself an “attorney by training and an HR and diversity professional by passion.” And despite naturally leaning introverted, she also calls herself a self-taught extrovert, in part thanks to her career.

Before joining Visa in …

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