Graduate Students

Product Manager – Find Out More About This Role

Many students in Computer Science and Engineering get interested in a role called Product Manager at some point in their time at Tufts. Often, it’s either because they find they don’t want to program or design for a living, or …

By Robin Kahan
Robin Kahan Associate Director, Engineering Career Services
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These Government, Law & International Affairs Employers Will Be at the Virtual Career Fair

If you haven’t looked at the lists of employers attending the virtual career fair 0n 9/24, the time to do so is NOW! Student registration is open, and you’ll be able to sign up for group and 1:1 sessions in …

By Susannah Krenn
Susannah Krenn Assistant Director, Communications & Marketing / Career Advisor
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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
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3 Questions with Chiamaka Chima, E14, EG16, Analog Design & Solutions Engineer at Intel

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. 

Chiamaka Chima, E’14, EG’16 Intel – Analog …

By Robin Kahan
Robin Kahan Associate Director, Engineering Career Services
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How to Respond to “Walk Me Through Your Resume”—and Get Your Interview Started on the Right Note

When you begin any job interview, your interviewer is likely to start the conversation with some sort of introductory question. Because of this, “Tell me about yourself” is one of the most common interview questions in any job search. But …

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What Interviewers Want to Know When They Ask You to “Describe a Time You Had to Make a Difficult Decision”

When you’re in a job interview, you’re likely to get asked questions that require you walk your interviewer through past experiences. “Describe a time you had to make a difficult decision,” for example, asks you to do this in a …

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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 …

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Featured Resources

Education, Nonprofit & Social Impact Resume Guide

Every industry and sector has it’s own nuances, lingo, and values. How can you best position yourself for opportunities in …

Management Consulted

Management Consulted is the world’s leading resource for consulting and case interview preparation. All Tufts students now have access to …

Too Good to Be True? Be on the Lookout for Fraudulent Employers

It’s easy to say, “I would never be tricked by a scam employment offer!” But every year, students at universities …