Access, Equity and Inclusion in the Arts

Access, Equity, and Inclusion in the Creative Sector: Top 10 Resources

Breaking into the creative sector and its various areas can be intimidating for anyone. With the current call to action to create more avenues to opportunities across sectors, there …

By Ryan Smith
Ryan Smith Assistant Director Ryan Smith
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Mythbusters: Pre-Health Edition

For students interested in the health professions, there are plenty of myths out there. Here are a few of the ones that have been BUSTED by Tufts Pre-Health Advising.

You should major in biology.
Students who enjoy biology and perform …

By Malakia Silcott
Malakia Silcott Assistant Director Malakia Silcott
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Understanding the World of Nonprofits

What is a nonprofit?

Nonprofits are mission-driven organizations dedicated to addressing a particular social issue or advocating for a cause. These organizations benefit the public, rather than the financial interests of an individual, private shareholder, or group of people. The …

By Sheryl Rosenberg
Sheryl Rosenberg Assistant Director Sheryl Rosenberg
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Jumbos: Meet Some of the Employers Attending Our Virtual Career Fair on 9/24

Tufts will be hosting our General Career & Internship Fair on Friday, September 24th from 1 pm – 4 pm via Handshake.   We are excited to welcome over 80 employers from across all industries this year.

Students will be able …

By Sue Atkins
Sue Atkins Associate Director, Employer Relations Sue Atkins
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Top Tips to Prepare for a Virtual Career Fair

With the Tufts Fall Virtual Career Fair happening on Friday, September 24th from 1 pm – 4 pm (EST), we wanted to highlight some major perks about participating in a virtual fair. As a reminder, we have a student checklist …

By Sue Atkins
Sue Atkins Associate Director, Employer Relations Sue Atkins
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10 Things Students Seem Surprised to Learn

We meet with First Years through Graduate Students in advising appointments, and it is always interesting to find out what students are surprised by.  Maybe a blog post is the way to share some of these things so they are …

By Robin Kahan
Robin Kahan Associate Director, Engineering Career Services Robin Kahan
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Internship Spotlight: Tufts Investment Office

We’re always eager to highlight student success stories — including the many interesting projects, internships, volunteer opportunities (and more!) pursued by Tufts students. First up this fall? Meet Chris, whose summer internship took place with a great Tufts organization.

We …

By Chris Di Fronzo
Chris Di Fronzo Associate Director, Director of Tufts Finance Initiative Chris Di Fronzo
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3 Questions with Ife Adebayo, A16, Senior Associate at Artisan Healthcare Consulting

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. 

Ife Adebayo, A16, Senior Associate at Artisan …

By Chris Di Fronzo
Chris Di Fronzo Associate Director, Director of Tufts Finance Initiative Chris Di Fronzo
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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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Ready, Set, Go- Understanding the Engineering/CS Recruitment Cycle (hint it starts now)

Ready, Set, Go- Understanding the Engineering/CS Recruitment Cycle (hint it starts now)

Welcome to Fall Semester 2021.  While Employers do recruit all year, there is a cycle to the college recruiting process.  You may as well understand this and get …

By Robin Kahan
Robin Kahan Associate Director, Engineering Career Services Robin Kahan
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