Let’s Talk Networking!

As a sequel to our first blog, Academic Tips for a Great Career in Tech, I thought it would be helpful to share with our community some tips and resources when it comes to networking in Tech. 

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By Thao Pham
Thao Pham Peer Career Fellow: Technology, Data and Science and Financial Services, Consulting and Business
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Tips on how to get a last minute internship

Are you still looking for an internship for the summer? Finding an internship in a short period isn’t that easy. Whether you have been searching and haven’t found a good fit yet, or are just starting to explore your career …

By Shivika Churiwalla
Shivika Churiwalla Peer Fellow: Financial Services, Consulting, & Business
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Alumni Spotlight: Liz Monroe ’21

Liz Monroe graduated in 2021 with a degree in English and a minor in Communication. Right out of college, Liz pursued an interest in politics, working as a staff assistant for an Ohio Congressman at the U.S. House of Representatives. …

By Avery Young
Avery Young
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Why Informational Interviews are Important in a Job/Internship Search

Earlier in my college career, I always wondered what the point of an informational interview was. I didn’t really understand why you would want to call someone about their position and how that would affect your ability to receive an …

By Samantha Chase
Samantha Chase Peer Advisor
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Black Professional Organizations: Nonprofit, Education, & Government

I often hear students ask what the point is of joining a professional organization, affinity group, or industry membership. Professional groups are a great way to build community, support, and mentorship in your fields of interest–they can provide excellent, up-to-date …

By Anneke Mason
Anneke Mason Senior Associate Director
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Career Exploration as a First-Gen Student

Monday was National First-Gen day. As a first-gen student and now as a career coach, I would like to recognize how that status may impact career exploration and the career preparation process. First, to all current first-gen students, congratulations on …

By Michele Doran
Michele Doran Senior Associate Director, Career Exploration
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Jumpstarting Your Legal Internship Search: Government Roles

One benefit to pursuing a career in the legal field is that the opportunities are limitless—private practice, in-house, academia, nonprofit legal work, prosecution, government—and the list goes on. One area that should not be overlooked is he federal government—interning with …

By Ashley Reed - Vault
A comprehensive resource for students and job seekers looking for career advice, job postings, company reviews from employees, and rankings of the best companies and industry employers.
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How to start Networking!

Are you thinking about starting your internship/job application process but don’t know how to begin the networking process? This article, from the Suited, does a good job walking through the different steps you can take to optimize your networking process.

By Shivika Churiwalla
Shivika Churiwalla Peer Fellow: Financial Services, Consulting, & Business
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Alumni Spotlight: Joseph Halaas ’03

Joseph is a Denison alumni who graduated in 2003 with a Bachelor’s Degree in French and Language and Literature. Following his graduation from Denison, he attended University of Wisconsin-Madison and achieved a Master’s Degree in French studies with a concentration …

By Fiona Schultz
Fiona Schultz Peer Career Coach and Peer Fellow: Nonprofit, Education and Government Career Community
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Let’s Talk About: Your Network

We’ve heard it all when it comes to networking in the Knowlton Center (“I love it”, “I loathe it”, and everything in between!).  But today, I want to talk about three of the most common statements I hear often when …

By Melanie Murphy
Melanie Murphy Director, Career Communities and Coaching
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