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Student Spotlight: Laney Tillman (’23) Accepted into NBA Future Stars Program

Laney Tillman, Class of 2023, has recently begun her journey working in the Future Analytics Stars Program! Laney is majoring in Data Science & Analytics with a minor in Sport Management. She is involved on campus as the Captain of …

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Merrimack College Involvement Fair Showcases How Students Can Build Their Skills & Boost Their Resume

The annual Merrimack College Involvement Fair was held this Friday the 10th from 1-4 pm, starting the long Labor Day weekend off with a bang!

The lawn in front of the Sakowich Campus Center was bustling with students and organization …

By Casey Stevenson
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The 3 Steps to Take After Your Virtual Session with an Employer

Learn what to do after your virtual session to leave a great impression with employers.

This article was originally published on Handshake’s Blog. To access the original, full article, please click here.

If you’ve just finished attending a virtual recruiting …

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How to Prepare for Virtual 1-on-1 Sessions

The guidance you need to feel confident, poised, and prepared to meet recruiters online.

This article was originally published on Handshake’s Blog. To access the original, full article, please click here.

Before you dive into your first one-on-one session with …

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How to Stand Out to Employers at Virtual Recruiting Events

Learn how to impress employers with tips from our team.

This article was originally posted on Handshake’s Blog. To read the full story, please click here

In a year when hiring is all online, virtual recruiting events on Handshake are …

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Podcast: Merrimack College Brings Skills to Life

Merrimack College has added digital badges to their career development work with students. By identifying skills employers seek, they are able to offer programs and services for students to developer and showcase their talents. In this episode, we hear how …

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The 10 Most Popular LinkedIn Learning Courses Job Seekers Need to Watch

This blog post was originally posted on LinkedIn Learning Blog. You can read the full blog post here.

 

Looking for a new job during the pandemic can feel like a massive undertaking. We want to lighten the load. If …

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How To Nail The Virtual Interview At This Fortune 500 Company—According To A Recruiting Leader

The COVID-19 crisis forced companies around the world to immediately adopt fully virtual interviewing processes. Whether you’re a fan or afraid of the on-screen interview, one thing’s for sure: virtual interviewing is here to stay.

So, we’ve put together a …

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5 Tips To Help You Succeed At Your Next Internship

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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Amazon’s VP of Alexa Devices on Working in Voice Technology, Taking Risks, and Alexa’s Hidden Tricks

Let’s say you want to be a part of building something great in your career—something people can tangibly benefit from, something no one else has thought of, and something you can point to and proudly say, “Hey, I made that.”

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