How to Overcome Impostor Syndrome (Chronicle of Higher Ed)

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Pathologized for a reason, “impostor syndrome” runs thick in the veins of academics, from newly arrived graduate students to those nearing retirement (yes, really). It seems to be such a deep part of the ecosystem of the academy that it …

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Career Tips for First-Generation Grad Students

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Helen Pho, a first-generation grad student herself, offers six key pieces of advice in this article that is part of the Carpe Careers series in Inside Higher Ed.

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Self-Reflection and Assessment: Taking the Time to Learn about YOU

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This often-neglected step shouldn’t just be something you do during a job search or career change. It’s important to check in with yourself every few years as you navigate your professional life. What motivates and energizes you in your work? …

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Tips for Virtual Case Interviews

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There are marked differences to doing a case interview online, versus in person. With that in mind, there are some things you can do to help yourself in a virtual case interview: read tips developed by Management Consulted

 

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YJI Newsletter 6/16

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Dear YJI,

I hope you are well and still staying safe. With some of you starting internships and others still looking for jobs and opportunities, I hope this newsletter might be of some help right now.

The Information is offering …

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What Is a Marketing Specialist and Should You Become One?

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So you’re considering a career in marketing and wondering whether to explore a specialty within the field. Do you dig deep and become an expert in email marketing, for example? Or do you pursue the path of a marketing generalist, …

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Best Practices for Navigating Virtual Networking Events

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The following steps will help you successfully navigate the virtual networking events organized by the Office of Career Strategy.

Log into your Yale Career Link account before the virtual networking event and upload the most recent version of your resume …

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10 Tips to Help You Land Your First Marketing Job

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So you want to get into marketing. Perhaps you studied marketing in college and are ready to apply what you’ve learned in the real world. Or you had a different major but have been leaning toward marketing as a career …

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Fall Student Employment Opportunities at Tsai CITY

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In October, Tsai CITY will hire 15 Yale students to support the ventures in the Tsai CITY Fall Accelerator with their most pressing needs. These projects will cover a wide set of industries and require a variety of professional skills. …

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How Internships Are Changing the Art World

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“Creative industry internships have come under growing scrutiny over the unequal opportunities they may offer and the insufficient compensation and experience they may provide. Many arts internship programs can be invaluable for gaining a foothold in a creative field and …

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