When Space is No Longer A Constraint By Tarik Asan A perspective Neil deGrasse Tyson shared in one of his recent interviews really resonated with me a few weeks ago. He said, “Einstein’s Relativity tells us that we exist in time and space coordinates, but during the pandemic, space was no longer a constraining coordinate.” In other words, when you want to meet with a friend or … Continue reading READ THIS BEFORE YOU BOOK YOUR NEXT VIRTUAL INTERVIEW
Virtual Networking in a Pandemic World By Wendy McWilliams | Career Counselor | Office of Career & Life Design Recently I received a connect request on LinkedIn from somebody I have never met. Neither their title nor company rang any bells, but there was a note along with the request. This person was an aspiring career counselor looking for information about the field and about my decision to … Continue reading REACHING OUT FOR INFORMATIONAL INTERVIEWS
4 Steps to Succeed in a Virtual Career Fair By Joana Scharinger | Career Counselor | Office of Career & Life Design Are you used to working from home? What about having several Zoom meetings a day, chatting with friends via video, and virtually attending social events? A new era seems to be just starting, and virtual interactions will likely become the new normal. Job fairs are no … Continue reading READY TO ROCK A VIRTUAL JOB FAIR?
How to Impress on a Video Call By Emily Nahem | Career Counselor | Office of Career & Life Design Many of our interactions these days, professional and personal, are happening over video conferencing platforms. From participating in an online meeting, to a job interview, to attending a virtual career fair, it’s important to know how to put yourself in the best light! Follow these 7 tips to … Continue reading LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION!
The “Cliff Notes” Version – Tips for Interviewing Right Now By Emily Nahem & Neepa Parikh | Office of Career & Life Design We came across a great article on LinkedIn about Job Interviews During the Pandemic. Here are some key takeaways from the article, sprinkled with some advice of our own: What to expect: Candidates should expect the hiring process to move a bit … Continue reading INTERVIEWING FROM HOME (IFH)