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PDB Foundation Entrepreneurial Co-op (Fall 2020)

PDB Foundation Entrepreneurial Co-op
Do you have a solution to an important problem? 
Want to turn your idea into a business? 

Spend your final co-op semester creating a business plan, immersing yourself in local entrepreneurial culture and utilizing design thinking, …

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Black Lives Matter and a commitment from CO-OPS + CAREERS

Black Lives Matter and a commitment from CO-OPS + CAREERS

The Center for Cooperative Education and Career Development wants to make it clear to our students, alumni, colleagues, and corporate partners that we believe Black Lives Matter and we stand for the values of anti-racism. We are committing ourselves to …

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2020 James Dyson Award: Now Accepting Entries

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By: Abbey Pober & Greg Affsa

Every year Dyson challenges current engineering and design students, and those within four years of graduating, to design something that solves a problem. Run by the James Dyson Foundation, this international design award was …

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Co-op Stories: Nick Piscitello

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By: Nick Piscitello

Recent graduate of the Electromechanical Engineering Program, Nick Piscitello, shared about his experience working at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard as a part of the SMART Program with CO-OPS + CAREERS:

What is the SMART Program?

The SMART (Science, Math, …

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How to Stay Engaged as an Employer During COVID-19

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By: Chris McIntyre

COVID-19 has changed how we interact with everyone and everything around us. Our office understands it has been a long, strange 11 weeks and we all face a challenging road ahead. However, how we think about recruiting …

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Where does WIT Work?

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By: Becky Smith


Using LinkedIn to Identify Receptive Alumni, Students & Employers Around the Globe

Networking is a crucial part of any job search…and it is especially important if you are entering a challenging job market! Get started by locating …

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Co-op Stories: Julia Gravano

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By: Julia Gravano

Julia Gravano is a Wentworth junior studying Construction Management with a Concentration in Facilities Management and a minor in Business Management. She completed her first mandatory co-op semester this past spring with J. Calnan & Associates, Inc. …

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Where’s the Action? 10 Places to Look for Jobs Right Now (Spring 2020)

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By: Becky Smith

Searching for a co-op or a job that will start in the next 1-6 months? Worried about disruption from COVID-19? Consider searching for jobs in these very busy areas:

Telehealth: This includes apps, chat bots, virtual reality …

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Getting through Self-Isolation One Breath at a Time

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By: Amber Goulart, Assistant Director of Health Promotion & Education

Additional information and original post can be found here: https://wit.edu/health-promotion-education

During and following self-isolation because of concerns related to Coronavirus, you may begin to experience some common stress responses. It …

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Tips for Managing Remote Work

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By: Kristen Eckman

In response to the COVID-19 coronavirus and subsequent need for social distancing, many employers are now enforcing remote work policies to decrease the likelihood for potential exposure. For your employer, remote work may be a new concept. …

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