Domestic labor, despite being institutionally categorized as innately enjoyable work, is ultimately the most “serious” form of work imaginable and should not be overlooked, argues Eliza Powers PO ‘25.
Inspired by personal experiences, Diana Vicezar PZ ’24 created a new career platform called Mapis to help fellow international students find internships.
Embrace existential confusion about your future as part and parcel of the liberal arts college experience, writes Yifei Cheng PO ’24.
Based on college travel restrictions, Scripps is revoking grant funding for some summer internships. Other 5Cs took more minor steps.
Career columnist Olivia Truesdale SC ’21 talks about why your career isn’t over if you don’t get the job you were hoping for. “When it comes down to it, all experience is experience even if it isn’t quite what you had anticipated doing,” she writes.
Career columnist Olivia Truesdale SC ’21 evaluates when it’s best to leave work and how to do so gracefully and professionally.
In this week’s career column, Olivia Truesdale SC ’21 reveals how to ace a job interview, from using the STAR method to channeling a growth mindset. The key to reducing interview nerves is preparation. You’ll likely feel a bit nervous no matter what … but it will be empowering to know you studied and can put your best foot forward.”
This week’s Career Corner goes over the ins and outs of writing cover letters, from what content to include to how to spice up the letter.
As private data influences elections, facial recognition tracks people and the military-industrial complex grows, students at Harvey Mudd College advocated for a discussion of ethical issues surrounding the technology industry in preparation for the school’s annual Software Engineering Job and Internship Fair on Sept. 11.
Career corner column: Tips on putting together, writing and formatting a professional resume