Hey there Duke students! I hope the Spring semester is treating you well so far. I’m definitely busy with classes, clubs, and Career Center blogging, but I think I’ve finally found my groove. With everything settling in at school, I feel less stressed than I did last semester.
As you are exploring different opportunities for your upcoming summer experience, especially first years, it is never too early to start preparing for interviews.
First-years, are you taking advantage of one of the most important resources available to you through the Career Center?
It is when we encounter change and challenges that we grow and learn the most. Transitions can be scary but they also provide amazing opportunities.
Class of 2022, guess what? You have almost made it through your first semester at Duke! With winter break coming up, I know you may be wondering what should you be doing during your break. Well, the Career Center has 5 tips to help you make the most of your winter break!
Taking a gap year (or two) before entering medical school is becoming increasingly common. While some refer to the gap period as time off, this is misleading. Taking time between your undergraduate experience and medical school can be a worthwhile investment in yourself and thus, your future. Gap periods can be spent in any number of ways depending on your strength of candidacy, life goals, and professional aspirations. Here are some considerations for how to use your gap period, many of which can be done concurrently:
The Career Center has 6 cool suggestions for you to begin to design your Duke experience!
You’ve probably heard the term “cybersecurity” and feel like you understand what that means. As the world becomes more and more technical and interconnected (think Internet of Things) there is a greater need for protection and security with our private information, corporate data and research than ever
Resumes for software and tech positions are more than just a list of projects and coding languages. Recently we spoke with a long-time IBM employee about what he looks for when he’s reading resumes, and these are his tips.