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Alicia Rhodes, Assistant Director, Duke University Career Center
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As you are thinking about using your resume to apply for available opportunities, take some time to review these resume FAQs.

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Audrey Fenske '09, Program Assistant, Duke Career Center
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I admit it – I’m a scrolling fiend. Whether it’s staying up-to-date on news and events, checking up on friends, or simply taking a few minutes (okay… many minutes) to unwind, I find myself on Instagram probably too many times during my downtime. To try to alleviate that screen time guilt, I often try to find and follow accounts that I feel might be helpful to my personal development and growth.

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Alicia Rhodes, Assistant Director, Duke University Career Center

Are you thinking about attending graduate school after Duke? It’s never too early to start looking or thinking about what you would like to study. If you are thinking about going to graduate school, whether it’s right after Duke or you decide to take a gap year, here are a few tips to help you along the way!

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Alicia Rhodes, Assistant Director, Duke University Career Center
Vault 9 Job Search Tips for International Students in the Age of Coronavirus

Let’s be honest, searching for a job can be time consuming and tedious. However, searching for a job as an

international student can have its own unique challenges. Right now globally, the world is experiencing a change in the employment climate, which adds an additional spin to the job search market.

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Alicia Rhodes, Assistant Director, Duke University Career Center

Sophomores did you know that the Career Center has a program exclusively for you called Sophomore Conversations?

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Alicia Rhodes, Assistant Director, Duke University Career Center
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The first day of summer is approaching and you’re in the process of searching for an internship or job and you’re beginning to fret a little.

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Alicia Rhodes, Assistant Director, Duke University Career Center
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This spring has been like none other as we all are managing transitions and adjusting to our temporary new normal for potentially the next few months or so.

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April was supposed to be my time. As someone who had decided to pursue a future career in policy and public sector jobs, I always knew that I wasn’t likely to start getting traction on the job front until late in the Spring semester of my senior year. For those of you who don’t know, for your average policy job, most seniors don’t get hired until April, May, or even later.

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Alicia Rhodes, Assistant Director, Duke University Career Center
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Many international students who are in the U.S. for school and are pursuing a job search may be thinking about staying in the country post-graduation, returning home to work, or moving to another country. If you fall into any one of these categories, your job search will undoubtedly have some unique challenges.

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