Professionalism

How to Succeed at Remote Work

Original PowerPoint presentation by Sarah Stefaniak BSA ’22 & Jorgo Ruci BSME ‘22

Adapted by Skylar Sandler, Graduate Assistant, CO-OPS + CAREERS

As the landscape of “traditional” work changes and companies adopt long term remote operations – for both co-ops and full-time …

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How to Prepare for CO-OP + CAREER Fair

By: Caitlin Brison

How to WORK the Career Fair – An approach for everyone, whether you are low-key or EXTRA!

Low Key Approach
EXTRA Approach
RESEARCH

•   Find the list of employers attending on the “Jobs and Careers” App and research the …

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What to Pair from WITwear

Watch as Kristen Eckman, Operations Coordinator and Lauren Rodolakis, Marketing Intern at CO-OPS + CAREERS share examples of what to match from our WITwear professional clothes borrowing closet.

Transcript:

“Welcome to WITwear, CO-OPS + CAREERS Professional Clothes Sharing Closet. We picked out some …

By Kristen Eckman
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Getting the Most out of Your Sophomore Summer

By: Lauren Creamer

I’m a sophomore and I didn’t get an optional co-op this summer… what should I do?

The summer co-op deadline has come and gone, and you might find yourself disappointed that you weren’t able to find an …

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Advice from a Recruiter with Kyle Greenleaf from JLL

By: Ria Kalinowski

Assistant Director, Abbey Pober and I recently sat down with Kyle Greenleaf, a recruiter from JLL, to talk about their hiring processes. Kyle focuses on recruiting for industrial facilities management with a focus mainly on life science …

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What to Pair From WITwear

Watch as Kristen Eckman, Operations Coordinator and Lauren Rodolakis, Marketing Intern at CO-OPS + CAREERS share examples of what to match from our WITwear professional clothes borrowing closet.

 

Spring CO-OP + CAREER Fair is Tuesday, March 19th! For events leading up to …

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Harassment in the Workplace

By: Lauren Creamer

“The change I want to see is a start-up environment where everyone, regardless of gender and background, feels welcome and safe; where sexual harassment or discrimination will not impede great talent from producing great impact.” – Christine Tsai …

By Lauren Creamer
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Stepping Out of Your Professional Comfort Zone

By: Abbey Pober

Com·fort zone / ˈkəmfərt zōn / noun: a place or situation where one feels safe or at ease and without stress.

Mark Zuckerberg said in an interview once, “The biggest risk is not taking any risk… …

By Abbey Pober
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A Guide to Personal Branding

By: Hadley Hopkins

Hi there! I’m Hadley Hopkins the marketing intern here at CO-OPS + CAREER. As an advertising student, I am very concerned with branding. Not only of the brands I work for but also my own personal brand. Below …

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Meet Maria Rodriguez, Runner Up For This Semester’s “Share Your Co-op Contest”

Maria Rodriguez is a current Wentworth student majoring in Biomedical Engineering and minoring in Biology. Here’s what Maria shared with us about her co-op experience at CELLINK in Cambridge:
My co-op with CELLINK was incredible! As an applications engineer, I …

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