Working Warriors: Alison DiBiase with Kronos Inc. for Third Consecutive Position

Every student dreams of landing an internship opportunity that allows them to gain knowledge and exposure within their particular industry while simultaneously enjoying every minute they spend working for a company. For Finance and Marketing major Alison DiBiase, Class of …

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Working Warriors: Success for MacKenzie Miller at Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital Following Professional Development Retreat

Liberal Arts student and Psychology major MacKenzie Miller, Class of 2020, has had an impressive presence on campus throughout her time at Merrimack College. As a dedicated First Year Experience Peer Mentor, Compass Peer Leader and Special Olympics volunteer, MacKenzie …

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Unlock your Career Potential this Fall at the O’Brien Center for Career Development

The summer has officially begun its retirement to the ever-approaching fall season once more, as students welcome a familiar return to the routine of being on campus. As you prepare to take on the academic year, ensure that you take …

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Working Warriors: Emily Howe at AFC Urgent Care Methuen

Emily Howe, Health Science major with minors in Spanish and BioEthics and an active member of the Commuter Advisor Program and the Commuter Student Association, began her Junior year at Merrimack College with a drive to gain as much experience …

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Hard Skills vs. Soft Skills | How to Master Both

You may have heard valuable workplace skills grouped into two categories: “hard” and “soft.” Just about everyone has a bit from both Column A and Column B.

But what’s the difference between the two categories? And how can you express …

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Reflecting on Your Summer Internship: Making the Most of your Experience

While securing a summer internship certainly remains an accomplishment, many students miss the opportunity to make the most of their experiential learning opportunity by failing to engage in one essential act: reflection. Reflecting on your experiential learning opportunity can ensure …

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Working Warriors: Emerson Devlin at Middleton House of Corrections

Criminology major Emerson Devlin, Class of 2020, kicked off her junior year at Merrimack College with one of the most daunting and rewarding experiences of her career. After countless routine visits to job boards including Handshake, Merrimack College’s online job …

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How You Can Find a Mentor (And Why You Should)

No matter what career you intend to pursue or how much preparation you’ve put towards developing your professional skills, you can never receive an excess of guidance in the realities and challenges of the working world. While visiting the O’Brien …

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Working Warriors: John Cobb at Pfizer

John Cobb, Class of 2020 and majoring in Biology with a minor in Religious and Theological Studies, certainly began his sophomore year at Merrimack College with quite a lively semester ahead of him as a member of the Austin Scholars …

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Thinking About Attending Graduate School? Here’s What You Need to Know Now

The decision to attend graduate school raises a multitude of questions for students to consider in order to ensure that they make the right choice. As graduate school often poses a significant strain on students’ finances, mental well-being, and livelihood, …

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