Faculty & Staff

Corporate Jargon Gen Z Should Know

There’s enough to worry about when entering the workforce: What are my responsibilities? Am I capable enough to do this job? Will my manager like me? Corporate jargon shouldn’t add to your stress. From terms like “bandwidth” to acronyms like …

By Zoe Kaplan - Forage
Forage
Showcase your skills. Find your career fit.
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A Roadmap to Obtaining a Co-op

By Robbin Beauchamp, Assistant Provost, Co-ops & Careers

 

It’s that time of the semester again.  We are weeks away from the start of the semester and add/drop, the last day a student can register for their co-op.  I am …

By Robbin Beauchamp
Robbin Beauchamp Assistant Provost of Cooperative Education and Career Development
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Summer 2020 Events Recap

It has been a busy summer semester for the CO-OPS + CAREERS team connecting students, alumni, and employers virtually. Through two new initiatives, the Inside Industry Right Now series and The Virtual Hiring Meetup, 140 students met and networked with 29 …

By Kristen Eckman
Kristen Eckman Operations Coordinator
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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 …

By Center for Cooperative Education and Career Development
Center for Cooperative Education and Career Development
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Getting through Self-Isolation One Breath at a Time

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 …

By Amber Goulart
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HBR Podcast: Women at Work

Conversations about the workplace, and women’s place in it, brought to you by the Harvard Business Review.

Average Co-op and Career Salaries

This resource lists average starting co-op salaries of our students and annual salaries of our most recent graduates.

Co-op Guidelines for Wentworth Faculty and Staff

These guidelines help Wentworth co-op supervisors understand the commitment involved with hiring and supervising a co-op student. They outline how …

AAUW Work Smart & Start Smart: Salary Negotiation

Learn how to research your target salary, highlight your accomplishments and find the right words — and the confidence — to negotiate …

Co-op with a Professor

Students seek co-ops with professors for various reasons. Some students are interested in graduate school or may struggle to find …

Occupational Outlook Handbook

Provided by the U.S. Department of Labor, the Occupational Outlook Handbook can help you find career information on duties, education …

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