While the Career Center provides students with numerous job search Tools, one upcoming event should be particularly useful. The Career Center will host mock interviews on October 30th so that students can remotely practice their interviewing skills with an experienced interviewer. For more information, see Mock Interview Day. … [Read more...] about Mock Interview Day
According to a recent post on Indeed, the Political Science major now ranks in the top twenty most useful degrees. While the post points to possible careers and potential salaries, the real secret lies in the skills that students develop as Political Science majors. The full measure of the Political Science degree can be found in the career-based competencies fostered by the … [Read more...] about Political Science Makes the Most Useful Major List
Dr. Kevin Pybas was interviewed by Christopher Cicchiello for a segment on the Today Show that examined the pros and cons of the Electoral College. "I'm not sure that's what Hamilton, Madison, Franklin, the folks at the Constitutional Convention thought they were doing or even the writers of The Federalist, but I think as our politics have changed (it's purpose has … [Read more...] about Kevin Pybas Weighs in on the Electoral College for the Today Show
Sean O’Keefe and Barry Posner explore the link between internships and cold networking in a recent article for National Association of Colleges and Employers - Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. Cold networking "involves contacting someone without having any established or preexisting relationship versus warm networking, which involves making use of one’s network, e.g., family, friends, … [Read more...] about Bundle Up for Cold Networking
From the Executive Director of Pi Sigma Alpha, Sean Twombly: "One hundred years ago this month, the first class of Pi Sigma Alpha members was inducted at the University of Texas, Austin. The first 13 included a future Supreme Court Justice, a future US Ambassador, a future Harvard government professor, and more. Since then, 300,000+ students and faculty have been … [Read more...] about Happy Birthday, Pi Sigma Alpha!