Career Resource

Thinking About Law School & Law Careers?

Use these resources to research and reflect on law-related options, including law school and law career paths.

Tufts Connections
Tufts Pre-Law Society Get to know other pre-law students at Tufts
Tufts Mock Trial Webpage and Facebook Student-run college mock trial …

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How to Write a Compelling Marketing Resume (Hint: Get Ready to Sell Yourself)

Marketing is a large, exciting field that’s growing and evolving. Whether you’re a digital marketer, brand manager, copywriter, analyst, or in any other marketing career, you’re constantly part of new and emerging trends, and you get to think outside the …

By Regina Borsellino - The Muse
The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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5 Awesome Entry-Level Digital Marketing Jobs and How to Get Hired

So you’re thinking about a career in digital marketing? Awesome, you made a great choice—jobs in this industry are abundant and it’s easier than ever to break in the field. 

In this post, we’ll be exploring the top five entry-level …

By Quincy Smith - Springboard
Springboard
Bridging the world's skills gap through affordable, high-quality, online education.
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FAQs: Getting Started with the Career Center, Self-Assessment, and Career Exploration

Tufts Career Center advisors answer your questions about getting started with our office …

When should I start using the Career Center’s services and resources?

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Does my choice of major limit my career options?

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By Susannah Krenn
Susannah Krenn Assistant Director, Communications & Marketing / Career Advisor Susannah Krenn
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Types of Interviews

Depending on the company and type of position, your interview could be one  of these popular interview styles. You may not know for sure in advance, so it’s helpful to learn about the styles and what the interviewer is looking …

By Susannah Krenn
Susannah Krenn Assistant Director, Communications & Marketing / Career Advisor Susannah Krenn
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Paying for Law School

Law school is a very costly investment so it is important to consider how best to pay for the next three years of school. It is important to take into account merit scholarships and cost of living when selecting which …

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How Can I Transition into the Corporate Social Responsibility Field?

“How do I get into the field of corporate social responsibility? I come from a socio-medical public health background. What kind of skills and training are considered assets? If I’m looking for jobs in that area, what kind of job …

By Robert Nealon - The Campus Career Coach
The Campus Career Coach
The Campus Career Coach | Real-world career advice for students.
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Resources for the Class of 2020

Wherever you are in your career journey, use these ideas to guide your process. And remember: Career Advisors are available to help you objectively weigh choices and plan for your next steps.

If you’re searching for and/or evaluating opportunities OR …

By Susannah Krenn
Susannah Krenn Assistant Director, Communications & Marketing / Career Advisor Susannah Krenn
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Law School: What You’ll Need to Apply

To apply to law school you will need:
Law School Admission Council Account
Credential Assembly Service Account
Law School Admission Test
Transcript
Personal Statement
Resumes
Letters of Recommendation
Dean’s Certification

To discuss any application components, make an appointment with the …

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School Specific Resources

Program options and application procedures can vary widely by school. Use the following sites to research graduate and professional schools.

Medical Schools and Health-Related Programs

View our Health Professions Advising site to arrange an appointment with an advisor. You can …

By Susannah Krenn
Susannah Krenn Assistant Director, Communications & Marketing / Career Advisor Susannah Krenn
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