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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3 Questions with Farzana Hoque ’05, Principal Advisor, ESG & Impact Investing at Climate Smart Ventures

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.

Farzana Hoque ’05, Principal Advisor, ESG & …

By Sheryl Rosenberg
Sheryl Rosenberg Associate Director
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Sophomore Internship Opportunities in Finance/Consulting

Sophomore Internship Opportunities (& Sophomores getting ready for Junior Internships!)

Sophomores interested in a career in Finance or Consulting have a busy Sophomore year in store for them.  Not only should you be applying (& hopefully interviewing soon) for internships …

By Karen Dankers
Karen Dankers Associate Director, Director of Tufts Finance Initiative
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Spring Virtual Career Fair Resources for Students

This season we will be hosting two career fairs: an in-person fair and a virtual fair. Please see the following resources to help you succeed and stand out at our virtual fair!

Spring 2024 Virtual Biotech & Life Sciences Career Fair: …

By Maria Rivera
Maria Rivera Interim Recruiting Coordinator
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Consider a Public Service or Nonprofit Fellowship

There’s an increasing amount of fellowships for recent graduates who want to launch careers in public service and and nonprofits.

What are fellowships? 

Fellowships are often funded by foundations, private donors, or organizations and are designed to provide support to …

By Sheryl Rosenberg
Sheryl Rosenberg Associate Director
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Career Tools : Preparing for a Scientific Poster Presentation

Poster presentations at scientific conferences can provide early-career researchers with valuable opportunities to practice their communication skills, receive feedback on their research, and expand their network.   Here are some handy tips that can help your next presentation shine!

Ensure there …

By Malakia Silcott
Malakia Silcott Associate Director
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Are You Using Google to Search for Internships or Jobs?

If you are a Tufts student and find yourself only using Google to find opportunities and getting overwhelmed, you might find that you can use your time more effectively if you utilize some of the tools that are available from …

By Malakia Silcott
Malakia Silcott Associate Director
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Focus on … Food Science & Technology

Food Science & Technology: What is It?

Food science draws from many disciplines, including biology, chemical engineering, and biochemistry to better understand food processes and improve food products for the public. Food scientists are often considered experts on the best …

By Malakia Silcott
Malakia Silcott Associate Director
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Americorps Panel – This Thursday, October 19th from 1 – 2 pm in Mayer Campus Center Room 012

SCI AmeriCorps will be hosting a panel discussion with four other AmeriCorps programs to discuss the AmeriCorps Member experience – challenges, benefits, and more.

Representatives from 826 Boston, Framingham Teacher Residency, AmeriCorps Legal Advocates of Massachusetts, Perkins School for the …

By Sue Atkins
Sue Atkins Associate Director, Employer Relations
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Working for the National Park Service: Careers in Historic Preservation, Conservation & Sustainability

What comes to mind when you think about working for the National Park Service?  Park rangers in flat hats in a beautiful landscape? Staff in period clothing interpreting our nation’s history?

It may surprise you about the variety of jobs …

By Malakia Silcott
Malakia Silcott Associate Director
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