Fall 2019 CDIC Drop In Hours

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Fall 2019 Drop In Hours are as follows:

Monday & Wednesday 2-4 pm

Tuesday & Thursday 10:30 am -12:30 pm

LOCATION: CDIC Alumni 026

Stop by for a quick question or just to get to know the office and our …

By Gillan Peabody
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Assumption Alumni Catherine Meyers on Full-Time BJ’s Communications Internship

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At the CDIC, we are always trying to connect our students with alumni for great experiences and opportunities. Our latest one stems from BJ’s Wholesale Club and Catherine Meyers ’14 is the recruiter for the position.

Here is a little …

By Gillan Peabody
Gillan Peabody Marketing & Communications Graduate Assistant Gillan Peabody
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Complete your Handshake Profile!

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Handshake helps students to find jobs and internships with ease! This system can be used by all Assumption College students and alumni. Current students can automatically sign in with their Assumption ID and password. Create a profile using your Assumption …

By Kayla Reilly
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The Incredibly Simple Tip That’ll Make Big Projects a Little Less Scary

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Anytime I’ve ever worked on a big project it’s felt overwhelming. That’s true all the way back to my fifth grade report on Frederick Douglass and up to my first cover story for Newsweek about a Nazi hunter. And most …

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4 Myths About Mentorship You Need to Stop Believing (if You Want to Get Ahead)

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I know you’ve heard it before—having a mentor is good for your career. They can help you get a job, negotiate benefits, figure out your career path, or even guide you through a sticky work situation.

But the idea of …

By The Muse
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Study Abroad 101: Everything You Need To Know

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What is study abroad?

Study Abroad or Study Away programs are options provided by universities and colleges to complete a semester, year, or sometimes even more of your degree program on a different campus, usually in a foreign country.

These …

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Student Spotlight: Exploring and Changing Majors

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Still trying to decide on the right major for you? Carolyn Debaradinis, a Class of 2019 Marketing major, has been there. Below is Carolyn’s story about significantly changing her path and how it’s led her to happiness and success in …

By Beth Teague
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Tips for Success Over Winter Break

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Congratulations on making it through the semester, Hounds! You have all earned a few weeks of rest and relaxation before the spring semester starts up.

This downtime is the perfect opportunity to take important steps in your career/internship/post-graduate preparation, or to …

By Beth Teague
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Alumna Guest Post – How to Get the Part: A Beginner’s Guide

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Jacki Carlson is a 2012 graduate of Assumption College who double majored in Theatre Arts and English. Since graduation, Jacki has worked for The Walt Disney Company©, The Agency for the Performing Arts (APA) and currently works at Bain & …

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Alumna Guest Post – Break into Broadcasting!

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Mary Knight graduated from Assumption College in 2002 with a double major in Media Communications and Foreign Languages (French and Spanish). Mary is the Assistant Program Director for 104.5 XLO in Worcester, MA (a Cumulus Media radio station). She can be heard …

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