Working Warriors: Evan Mullen ’22 Lands at U.S. Marshals Service

Evan Mullen

Evan Mullen, Class of 2022, changes his major and finds an internship that aligns with his interests and passions with the U.S. Marshals Service. Mullen sits down to talk about the interview process, how he prepared, and his recommendations for …

By Marge Dwyer
Marge Dwyer Director, Office of the Senior Associate Vice President Marge Dwyer
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Working Warriors: Daniel Leto ’20 Finds Success at Mimecast

Dan Leto

Daniel Leto, Class of 2020, recently secured a position at Mimecast as a Licensing and Renewals Specialist. Leto reflects upon his experience thus far, his dedication to his own professional development during his undergraduate experience, and advice for current Merrimack …

By Marge Dwyer
Marge Dwyer Director, Office of the Senior Associate Vice President Marge Dwyer
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Get Noticed. Stand Out. Move Ahead. LinkedIn Learning.

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With the job market being tighter today than it has been in a long time, how does your resume get noticed so that you stand out to prospective employers and get that interview? By mastering skills that the employer is …

By Marge Dwyer
Marge Dwyer Director, Office of the Senior Associate Vice President Marge Dwyer
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5 Tips To Help You Succeed At Your Next Internship

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This article was originally posted by the Beacon, Merrimack College’s student newspaper. To read the original article, please click here.

During the spring 2020 semester I had the opportunity to be a Communication/Public Relations intern at FRESH Communications. This was …

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