Building Your Timeline: When to Search for Research

When looking for research opportunities, it’s important to start your search early! Research applications, like any other programs or positions that you apply to, take time. You have to find positions that you’re interested in, ensure you meet the stated …

By Sarah Randolph
Sarah Randolph
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Tips for Adding Research to Your Resume

Getting involved in research is a unique experience that can help you build important skill for school and beyond! Once you get started, it’s important to think about adding it to your resume. When applying to future research positions, jobs, …

By Sarah Randolph
Sarah Randolph
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Why I love Handshake

It’s always hard taking that first step when it comes to applying to jobs. We think to ourselves “Do I have the right experience?”. Well, all those fears are valid and nobody should be intimidated by a job application process: …

By Lara Tricarico
Lara Tricarico
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A Student’s Perspective on Research; Andrew’s Story

Interview and Article by Tintin Nguyen, An Undergraduate Research Ambassador at the University of Arizona

Andrew Soderberg, a senior in Environmental and Water Resource Economics at the University of Arizona, loves visiting national parks. When Dr. Anna Josephson introduced Soderberg …

By Sarah Randolph
Sarah Randolph
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Research Workshops – Why You Should Attend

With the Spring 2023 semester started, workshops can be the last thing you are thinking about. But, did you know now is a great time to attend one? With summer deadlines approaching and the Fall semester ahead, it’s time to …

By Sarah Randolph
Sarah Randolph
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A Student’s Perspective on Research; Maddie’s Story

-Interview and Article by Tintin NguyenAn Undergraduate Research Ambassador at the University of Arizona

Conducting clinical trials with a medical research team. Developing middle school math learning
programs in Virtual Reality. Testing portable inflatable underwater tents at Biosphere 2. …

By Sarah Randolph
Sarah Randolph
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Embrace your Career Fears – Run Towards the Sword

We can all recall a time where procrastination got the best of us. For many of us, our first instinct is to run away from what is causing us stress and anxiety. We tend to ignore our hard tasks, in …

By Bridget Hall Campbell
Bridget Hall Campbell
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Summer 2023 Internship Opportunities – Executive Office of the President

Dear College or University Representative,

We are pleased to announce that, for the first time in recent history, the Executive Office of the President (EOP) is offering EOP-wide paid internship opportunities that will provide a stipend to participants.

We are …

By Kenna Hamilton
Kenna Hamilton
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Spring 2023 Internship Support Offerings

You may have heard this datapoint, but it is worth repeating…students who complete internships are 2X more likely to report employment after graduation!

SECD has many offerings for students this spring to support a student’s internship search – no matter where …

By Luis Castillo
Luis Castillo
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A Student’s Perspective on Research; Summer’s Story

Research makes an impact. We see time and time again that students who are involved in research find the experience to be beneficial in  many ways. From promoting  the idea of attending Grad school, to gaining new skills and friendships, …

By Sarah Randolph
Sarah Randolph
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