First-Year Guide to the Career Center

Your first year of college can be a big transition. New places to navigate, new people to meet, and new resources to learn. Not to mention adjusting to college level academics! It can all be a little overwhelming when it’s …

By Sheryl Rosenberg
Sheryl Rosenberg Assistant Director Sheryl Rosenberg
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9 Tips for Your Resume Email Subject Line (So Someone Actually Reads the Thing)

You’ve poured some sweat into that resume (hopefully no tears). It’s tailored top to bottom, chock full of action verbs, and bursting with powerful bullet points, and you finally feel like it’s polished and ready to go. Now you just …

By Stav Ziv - The Muse
The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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How to End Your Internship

Believe it or not, August has arrived and your internship is culminating or starting to wrap up. Whether this is your first or third internship, you might have some questions, concerns, or just some uncertainties about ending your internship. Here’s …

By Sheryl Rosenberg
Sheryl Rosenberg Assistant Director Sheryl Rosenberg
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Happy Summer to All — Here’s How to Meet with Us This Summer

The Career Center is a life-long resource AND we are here all summer. Feel free to make an appointment if you are looking for your first job after graduation, ways to build skills and competencies over the summer, or ways …

By Robin Kahan
Robin Kahan Associate Director, Engineering Career Services Robin Kahan
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Cover Letter Clichés to Avoid

If you’re on the job hunt, chances are you’ve written more than your fair share of cover letters, and it can certainly be a challenge to keep each letter fresh and interesting. One simple way to up your job application …

By Susannah Krenn
Susannah Krenn
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How to Write a Cover Letter Like Hemingway

The first episode of the Ken Burns and Lynn Novick documentary Hemingway reveals where Ernest Hemingway’s famous writing style originated. Before the Nobel Prize-Winner wrote short stories and novels, he worked as a Kansas City Star reporter. The Star introduced …

By Derek Loosvelt - Vault
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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Advice from a Recruiter – Standing Out in the Virtual Recruitment Process

As the end to another semester and year at Tufts approaches, many of you may be looking for your next experience. You may be seeking a summer internship, a part-time role, or your first post-grad position. Regardless of the position, …

By Paul Riley
Paul Riley Recruiter
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Jumbos4Jumbos is Back!

Looking for to gain experience during the pandemic? Tufts alumni have answered the call and are providing opportunities for undergraduates in the School of Arts & Sciences, School of Engineering, and School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts! …

By Misha D'Andrea
Misha D'Andrea Recruiting Coordinator, Employer Relations Misha D
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Employer Highlight: Boston Plan for Excellence (BPE)

Boston Plan for Excellence (BPE): The Boston Teacher Residency and the Dudley Promise Corp

BPE’s mission is to drive exceptional outcomes for all students by developing great teachers and great schools. BPE has devised solutions to the toughest challenges faced …

By Misha D'Andrea
Misha D'Andrea Recruiting Coordinator, Employer Relations Misha D
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To EP or Not to EP: Employers Weigh In

We recently reached out to some of our employer partners to get their take on how transcripts are evaluated with new grading models due to COVID-19. Exceptional Pass (EP) has been offered at Tufts since COVID has disrupted the traditional …

By Misha D'Andrea
Misha D'Andrea Recruiting Coordinator, Employer Relations Misha D
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