How to Become a Change Agent

Organizations can benefit from “change agents”—people who rethink, redesign, and restructure the way things work from within. Whether they reimagine entire programs or introduce new systems and technologies, change agents cultivate bottom-up problem solving and informal leadership at their organizations.

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4 Tips to Avoid Freelancer Burnout, From Someone Who’s Been There

It seems like yesterday that I found myself in a bathroom stall at my corporate recruiting company for what was at least the third time that week, trying to muffle the sound of my tears after a particularly brutal interaction …

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The Idealist Career Advice Guide to Starting a New Job

Between meeting colleagues, mastering skills, and tackling new responsibilities, the first three months at a new job can feel invigorating. But, of course, it may take some time to build up the confidence to accomplish everything you want to do …

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Social Change Across Industries

The social-change landscape continues, it’s no longer just a world of non-profits, corps jobs, and community organizing – though those are some great paths to pursue! But maybe you’re drawn to finance but don’t want to “work for the man.” …

By Sheryl Rosenberg
Sheryl Rosenberg Associate Director
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What You Need to Know About AmeriCorps

What is AmeriCorps? AmeriCorps is an umbrella program funded by the federal government that pays stipends to young workers in order to provide non-profits, schools, public agencies, and  community groups with the support they need to continue and develop their …

By Susannah Krenn
Susannah Krenn Assistant Director, Communications & Marketing / Career Advisor
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Employer Highlight Series: Meta

In the first installment of our Employer Highlight Series, we talk with a university recruiter and a Tufts alumnus who work at Meta (formerly Facebook). Hear about their roles at Meta, the organizational culture, recommended preparation for behavioral and technical …

By Sue Atkins
Sue Atkins Associate Director, Employer Relations
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3 Questions with Kareal Amenumey, ’21, National Museum of African American History and Culture

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. 

Kareal Amenumey, ’21, Full-time Research and Story …

By Sheryl Rosenberg
Sheryl Rosenberg Associate Director
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Share your Handshake story with the Tufts community!

Has Handshake helped you find a job or internship? Are you interested in being featured on our Instagram and blog for our #GetHiredOnHandshake campaign? If so, please provide the following information below:

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By Willa Mayo
Willa Mayo Recruiting Coordinator, Employer Relations
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3 Questions with Catherine Gross, A21, Community Health Fellow at Project Horseshoe Farm

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. 

Catherine Gross, ’21, Community Health Fellow at …

By Susannah Krenn
Susannah Krenn Assistant Director, Communications & Marketing / Career Advisor
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Join Us for Social Impact Week: March 7 – 11

We have an exciting line-up of programs taking place during our Social Impact Week! Visit the links below for more information and to RSVP.
Tisch College Solomont Speaker Series: “Revolutionary Nonviolence: Organizing for Freedom” with Rev. James Lawson & Kent …

By Sheryl Rosenberg
Sheryl Rosenberg Associate Director
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