Whether your career plan involves grad school, finding an internship, or applying for jobs, there will be rejection on the way to success. Some advice as you move forward on your path through and out of college: Get comfortable with hearing “no.” People will say no and turn you down for things. It’s okay, and […]
In October, we had a post on Alternative Paths to the Classroom giving information and deadlines on programs like Teach for America and City Year. Another program, Bard MAT Los Angeles, is advertising directly on I-Link with an early action deadline of January 15 (they will continue accepting applications until March 15). According to the website, […]
ï¿½You smell employed. Will you please just rub yourself against me until I smell like that too? For a minute. Just a real quick sec.ï¿½ ï¿½Will you tell me, please, where they are storing the jobs? I know you have them. I can see them. Tell me where, please?ï¿½ ï¿½If I write you a thank-you […]
A humanities career path can be meandering. But how can you plan ahead for a future you can’t predict? Here is some advice for humanities students to prepare for a career while still in undergrad: Experience Try to get experiences in as many areas as you can. Having a range of experiences will add diversity […]
If you’re not on LinkedIn yet, you should be. You don’t need to wait until you have an officialï¿½job title or a clear career objective. ï¿½LinkedIn has a lot to offer college students, even those who aren’t thinking yet about their plans for after college: Potential employers, mentors, contacts WILL look you up there. You […]
If finding a part-time job is on your to-do list when you return to campus in a few weeks, you can start now. Don’t let it just be about the money. The money matters, of course, but your part-time job can also be a way to get experience, develop your skills, and learn more about […]
Welcome to the new website for Humanities majors. Here you can find updates on internships, jobs, and career-planning news of interest.