Finding Your Way, and Finding It Again: A Recap of the Human Development and Human Services Career Panel

On Oct. 28, the School of Education and Social Policy welcomed a panel of star-studded alumni back to Merrimack to tell the tale of their career journeys. The panel consisted of six professionals: Dr. Rachel Aghara, Amanda Hoover ’16, Jessica …

By Dan Roussel
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One, Two, AWATO’s Coming For You—And So Are The Rest Of Our Tech Resources!

 With just a few weeks left in the current fall semester, it’s a spooktacular time to look into what resources the O’Brien Center for Career Development has for you! Trust me — we know there’s nothing scarier than the internship/job search. …

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Working Warriors: Emily Nolan ’22 Impresses at the Fall Internship and Career Fair, Scoring Co-op at Tonneson & Co

Emily Nolan ’22 has made her mark as an internship superstar, blazing through the hiring process and snagging key internships along the way. While pursuing her bachelor’s in business administration and accounting, Emily has also served as a leader for …

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Working Warriors: Aidan Kennedy ’20 Lands Spectacular Co-op at Teradyne

Aidan Kennedy ’20 exemplifies peak “involved Merrimack student.” While pursuing his bachelor’s in mechanical engineering with a mathematics minor, Aidan also held leadership positions in student government, WMCK college radio, and the Best Buddies program. Outside of this, he participated …

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Astounding Success at this Semester’s Careers in the Life & Natural Sciences Event

On Monday, October 19, the O’Brien Center for Career Development hosted its annual Careers in the Life & Natural Sciences Panel. Although last year’s event was hosted in-person with an optional networking reception to follow the career panel, this past …

By Ashley Archangelo
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The 5th Annual Liberal Arts Career Night (At A Distance), Through the Eyes of a Current Senior

If you’ve been an O’Brien Center groupie for a while, you may have seen last year’s recap of our 4th Annual Liberal Arts Career Night! Perhaps you even attended — and if so, were able to network with the 21 brilliant …

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Working Warriors: Geena Levine ‘21 Selected for Competitive Externship with NESN Grand Slam Training Series

Geena Levine ’21 lost her summer internship due to COVID-19. Like many others, she had to adapt to the current career environment. Pressing onward, Geena applied and was selected for the New England Sports Network (NESN)’s prestigious Grand Slam …

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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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Working Warriors: Nicole Dahlgren ‘20 Completes Internship at Dell EMC, Receives Full-Time Offer Immediately

Nicole Dahlgren ‘20 is one of the first of her peers to land a full-time job offer before her upcoming graduation in December! While pursuing her bachelor’s degree in marketing, Nicole has also worked in several summer internships with companies …

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How to Prepare Questions for Virtual Career Fairs, With Examples

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