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Lily Koning
the Philippines

The Republic of the Philippines is an archipelago in Southeast Asia located between the South China Sea and the Pacific Ocean. The nation is made up of more than 7,641 islands, the largest of which is Luzon. Both the Manila, the capital, and Quezon City, the most populous city, are located on Luzon.

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This Thursday, January 23rd, from 10am to 3pm marks the Spring Career Fair. Maybe you attended the Fall Career Fair last semester, maybe this is your first career fair ever, or maybe you’ve been to six and are a pro.

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Alicia Rhodes, Assistant Director, Duke University Career Center

You’re ready to look for internships and jobs and you hear someone tell you to network or start connecting with individuals with like interests, do you know where to start? When thinking about connecting with individuals who share the same interests you do, work for the same company you would like to work for, or are doing things you find awesome, it is always easiest to start speaking with your inner circle, which would include:

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Monique Turrentine, Assistant Director Employer Relations, Duke Career Center

Recently I had a conversation with Alyssa, the recruiter at Arthrex, and here is a snippet of the insight I gained from our discussion.

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Monique/Duke Career Center: What was your major in college? How did you explore getting into your current position and/or through your career path?

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Alicia Rhodes, Assistant Director, Duke University Career Center
GoinGlobal

Are you interested in working abroad? Whether you are looking for an internship or a job after graduation, there is an awesome resource called GoinGlobal to help you with your search.

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Tommy Lin

Tommy Lin is from Shanghai, China and is pursuing majors in Chemistry and Computer Science .   

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A Devil's Perspective. Kira Ward '22

As a first year on Duke’s campus, odds are that you’ve heard about the Opportunity Buffet metaphor. Whether it’s when you’re overwhelmed and dripping in sweat at the Fall Activity Fair or frantically searching the course catalog during your registration window, you find yourself face-to-face with an all-you-can-eat selection of great experiences. 

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Je te donne (I Give You) 

Jean-Jacques Goldman, Michael Jones

We choose this song "Je te donne/I Give You" (1985) by Jean-Jacques Goldman and Michael Jones because it speaks about supporting each other with love. December is a season rich in multiple and diverse celebrations, and even no celebrations depending on your identity, culture, and perspective. The message in this song reminds us that our embraced differences are actually gifts we can give to each other.

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Christina Plante, Assistant Director, Duke University Career Center
person thinking

Engaging in a practice of reflection can not only provide a chance to slow down and think through your likes and dislikes but also make difficult decisions seem easier.  You can see the benefits of reflecting more clearly if you continuously make time for it on a daily basis.

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