Embrace Being Undecided

The summer going into my first year at Swarthmore was filled with questions. Some I asked of myself. Many others asked me. Perhaps my least favorite of all the questions falling into the second category was: what are you going …

By shitchingham
shitchingham
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Level Up your professional and technical skills

Swarthmore Career Services is again collaborating with TriCo partners, Haverford College and Bryn Mawr College, career centers to bring skills training from Haverford alum Panos Panidis of Aesop Academy. Panos is himself an entrepreneur who, after several years working in …

By Kristie Beucler
Kristie Beucler Associate Director, Career Education
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From Sketches to Screenwriting: A Q&A with Feature Film Makers (and Swarthmore alums!) Marina & Nicco

Marina Tempelsman and Niccolo Aeed met in Elizabeth Stevens’s Intro to Acting class at Swarthmore in 2006. A few weeks later they joined the sketch comedy group Boy Meets Tractor, and they’ve been writing together ever since.

Starting with sketch …

By Claire Klieger
Claire Klieger Assistant Vice President & Executive Director
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Data Architecture, Engineering & Analytics – Career Paths Tips & Insights from Experienced Professionals

guest blog from Panos Panidis, Haverford College ’09 and Founder of AESOP Academy & Advisory

Functional Differences:

Essential Skill for these career tracks:

How to standout in a competitive job market for these highly demanded expertise:

What does career growth …

By Panos Panidis
Panos Panidis Founder
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What is Career Readiness?

The National Association of College and Employers (NACE), of which all Swarthmore Career Services staff are members, collects data from employers on many workplace topics. A task force of both college/university staff and employer members came together to create this …

By Kristie Beucler
Kristie Beucler Associate Director, Career Education
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Marketing Your Student Employment Experiences

Do you have an on-campus job? Are you thinking about the best way to add that experience to your resume? And how to best showcase the skills you learned there in interviews?  Watch this workshop where Kristin Moore and I …

By Kristie Beucler
Kristie Beucler Associate Director, Career Education
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Pirouetting Out Of My Comfort Zone

Ballet is a really important part of my life. I inquired about ballet classes on every college tour. I was so excited to learn about Swarthmore’s ballet program and it was definitely a factor in my decision to apply here. …

By Laura Wentzel
Laura Wentzel
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Advice for grad school personal statements

6 Tips for Writing a Graduate School Personal Statement from Indeed.com by Jennifer Herrity.

By Kristie Beucler
Kristie Beucler Associate Director, Career Education
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A Great Summer = SwatWorks Micro-Internships

Summer – It’s the perfect time to develop your career experience. Take some time for your career exploration, professional skill building and making connections.

SwatWorks Micro-Internships are short-term, PAID, professional assignments taking place during the Summer so that you can …

By Jennifer Barrington
Jennifer Barrington Associate Director, Career Education
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What is a Technical Assessment?

A technical assessment can be part of a technical interview or something you do in addition to a technical interview. In rare cases, it’s given instead of a technical interview. But no matter what kind of technical assessment you take, …

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