Alumna Guest Post – Unexpected ways A Psychology Major Will Take You Far

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Megan Evangelista graduated from Assumption College in 2013 with a degree in Psychology and minor in Women’s Studies. Since graduation she has worked in non-profit, higher education, and corporate settings. She received her Masters of Education in Administration of Higher …

By Megan Evangelista '13
Megan Evangelista '13 College Program Manager - University Relations
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Alumna Guest Post – 5 Ways Networking Can Change Your Life

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Molly Wiley graduated from Assumption College in May 2012 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing and Minor in International Business. Molly currently works in the Field Marketing department for Dunkin’ Brands. Below are some insights from her about how networking …

By Molly Wiley '12
Molly Wiley '12 Field Marketing Personnel
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Alumnus Guest Post – If You Want to Help People, Start by Helping Yourself

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Andrew Mahoney graduated from Assumption College in 2007 with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Social Rehabilitation Services (HRS). He then returned to earn his MBA in 2011. Andrew is the Director of Training at Y.O.U., Inc., one of the largest non-profit human services agencies in Massachusetts. …

By Andrew Mahoney '07
Andrew Mahoney '07 Director of Training
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Career Exploration: Finding a Connection between a Degree and a Career

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Bethany Forss is a Senior University Relations Recruiting Specialist at the Hanover Insurance Group. She specializes in identifying talent among college students. Read on for Bethany’s tips regarding career and interest exploration.

As a student, you’ve heard a million times …

By Bethany Forss
Bethany Forss Senior University Relations Recruiting Specialist
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Tips for Shaking Interview Nerves

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Let’s be honest, interviews can be incredibly intimidating. Most of us spend the night before an interview stressing out and the duration of an interview wishing it were over already. The good news is there are steps you can take …

By Beth Teague
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