Top Communication Skills for the Workplace

Communication skills are foundational soft skills for interacting with others in the workplace — but employers don’t value all of these skills equally. In this guide, we’ll cover what communication skills are, which ones employers are looking for in 2022, and …

By Zoe Kaplan - Forage
Forage
Showcase your skills. Find your career fit.
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Data Science Institute to Offer Drop-In Hours

Mondays 2:00-3:30pm, Bear Down Gym, Room 370

Staff from the UArizona Data Science Institute will hold Data Science Drop-In Hours on Monday afternoons from 2-3:30pm in Bear Down Gym, Room 370. Drop-In hours begin on Monday, August 29th and will …

By Emily McCarthy
Emily McCarthy Senior Director, Career Development
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Internships – Paid or Unpaid?

By Drew Cirillo 

One common misconception (that was a misconception I had too) is that many internships are unpaid and the value you receive from the internship is just the experience towards your field. But did you know that many …

By Andrew Cirillo
Andrew Cirillo
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Graduate School

What’s the First Step?

The first step in applying for graduate or professional school is to consider your reasons for attending. Do your homework about the career fields that interest you and the requirements for getting into them. Allow yourself enough …

By Luis Castillo
Luis Castillo Associate Director, Marketing & Strategic Operations
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Embedding Career Readiness Components into Program Curriculum

Link to article in NACE | Originally Published March 09, 2016

At Miami Dade College, there is a collaborative focus among leadership, faculty, and staff to find innovative ways to ensure that new and existing academic programs are preparing students for …

By NACE Staff
NACE Staff
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5 Misconceptions About Internships that I had – and the Truths that I Discovered 

Looking for an internship can be a scary process for many students, especially for students who don’t feel they know about the steps to find and start an internship. As a first-generation college student, it was hard for me to …

By Sarah Randolph
Sarah Randolph
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Design Thinking: A Highly Marketable Skill Applicable to Any Job

Looking to develop new skills in a unique way of learning that you can add to your resume? Need hands-on experience with the community and want to learn the principles of design thinking?

We have just the program for you …

By Kayla Linderman | Journalism Major, Class of '23
Kayla Linderman | Journalism Major, Class of '23
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Upgrade Your Career Questions to Keep the Conversation Going

Whenever a break in the semester rolls around, students are eager for a bit of relief from the routine of coursework, papers, and exams. One thing they may not look forward to is questions from well-intentioned family members and friends about post-graduation …

By Brittney Crawford
Brittney Crawford Program Manager, Digital Career Education Initiatives
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These Federal Agencies are Getting Employee Engagement and Satisfaction Right

Link to original article on Partnership for Public Service | Published July 19, 2022

On Wednesday, July 13, the Partnership for Public Service and Boston Consulting Group released the 2021 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government® rankings, the most …

By Lia Collen
Lia Collen
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How to Come Out at Work (Hint: It’s Not One Size Fits All)

Link to Original Article at The Muse | Updated 6/29/2020

The LGBTQ community and our allies rejoiced in June 2020 when the Supreme Court ruled that it’s now illegal—in all 50 states—to fire gay, bisexual, or transgender people for simply being …

By Dibs Baer
Dibs Baer
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