Build Your Network This Summer With One Easy Task

Here at the Career Center, we are BIG fans of networking. Simply put, networking helps you gather information about things that interest you (e.g., majors, career paths, experiences) and also allows you to develop relationships with people who can give …

By Susannah Krenn
Susannah Krenn Assistant Director, Communications & Marketing / Career Advisor
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Consulting Deadlines for 2025 Jobs/Internships

Are you interested in Consulting?  Some of the largest management consulting firms – including McKinsey and Bain – have upcoming deadlines for internships and full-time positions with 2025 start dates.  Yes, this is a full year in advance!  Rising juniors …

By Karen Dankers
Karen Dankers Associate Director, Director of Tufts Finance Initiative
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Case Interview: Complete Prep Guide

Welcome to our preparation tips for case interviews!  Whether you are just curious about case interviews or are planning to apply for consulting internships or full-time jobs, these tips and resources will help you feel more prepared and confident.

What …

By Karen Dankers
Karen Dankers Associate Director, Director of Tufts Finance Initiative
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Internship Spotlight: McKinsey & Company

Tufts senior David Tan shared the following information about his internship with McKinsey & Company…

What was your role as an intern?

My role at McKinsey was a Business Analyst Intern.

How did you find this internship?

I found the …

By Karen Dankers
Karen Dankers Associate Director, Director of Tufts Finance Initiative
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Welcome to “3 Questions with …”, a recurring feature on the Career Center blog. We’re asking alumni of all graduation years and career interests to share a bit of their experiences and advice. 

Lisa Zingman, A’12, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

1. In just a few sentences, please tell us about your current job/graduate program/vocational endeavor.

I am a Senior Advisor at the U.S. Department of Human Services, Administration for Children …

By Malakia Silcott
Malakia Silcott Associate Director
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Guest Blog – Vanessa Bellotti – Grace Hopper and the Value of Conferences

The following blog was written by Vanessa Bellotti, a Junior CS student after attending the Grace Hopper Conference.  It is being published now to remind students that if you get a chance to go to a conference or other networking …

By Vanessa Bellotti
Vanessa Bellotti Junior
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How a Recruiter Reviews Your Resume

Research has shown a recruiter initially spends 6-8 seconds looking at your resume. And while some will say it is closer to a minute, either way, you don’t have much time to get a recruiter’s attention.

Why? Why do they …

By Kathy Spillane
Kathy Spillane Assistant Director, Business & Finance
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Understanding the World of Nonprofits

Interested in nonprofits but don’t know where to start?

Start by understanding that while the term nonprofits can be used in different contexts, there are many different kinds of nonprofit organizations. Nonprofits are mission-driven organizations dedicated to addressing a particular social …

By Sheryl Rosenberg
Sheryl Rosenberg Associate Director
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Stay On TRACC! Customize Your On TRACC Email

What is the On TRACC email?

The ‘TRACC’ in On TRACC stands for “Tufts Recent Activity in Career Communities.” On TRACC is a weekly email customized to your career interests. You’ll stay up to date with opportunities, events, …

By Susannah Krenn
Susannah Krenn Assistant Director, Communications & Marketing / Career Advisor
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10 Things To Do Over Winter Break

School is almost out and congratulations are in order! You’ve worked hard this semester to excel academically, keep our community healthy, and be resilient in the midst of recent challenges on campus. You are more than ready for break, and …

By Sheryl Rosenberg
Sheryl Rosenberg Associate Director
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