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November 19th, 2021

How Volunteering Can Help Advance Your Career

Volunteering is more than just a thing to put on your resume; it can be just as significant as work experience. In addition to the opportunity to give something back to the community and make a difference, volunteering can also be an opportunity to develop new skills, build on existing experience and knowledge, and make connections.

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October 27th, 2021

Choosing Employers That Reflect Your Values

An employer’s support for non-discrimination, employee rights protections, health and wellness, global sustainability, financial fairness, and/or job security could matter quite a bit to you right now. How do you find and evaluate the organization on more than the words on their website? Here are 5 research methods.

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October 13th, 2021

Careers for Readers and Writers

If you enjoy and are good at reading and/or writing, you are in luck; surveys show most careers value reading and writing skills. Here are some occupations and industries that involve more reading and writing than others.

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September 29th, 2021

Cover Letter Basics

Cover letters are often the first impression of you to a potential employer but they take time, preparation, and thought to write so understanding the basics is vital.

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September 23rd, 2021

Networking Tips

Beyond career fairs you will have a number of opportunities to connect with employers, alumni, and friends of the university who could be real catalysts to helping you define and launch your career goals.

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September 2nd, 2021

Graduate School Strategies

Graduate School Advising at Bucknell is done primarily through the faculty because they are experienced in graduate school in their discipline and knowledgeable about programs that may be right for you. The Career Center can help you with the decision to go to graduate school, how it fits into your career plans and the process of applying.

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