Blog:  The Works

From Applying to Acing The Capitol Hill Internship

This guest post was written by Scar­lett Ho, a third year stu­dent majoring in Inter­na­tional Affairs and Polit­ical Sci­ence, with a minor in Law and Public Policy. For any Polit­ical Sci­ence major, […]

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5 Things to Know As an International Student Attending the Career Fair (And Maybe As a Domestic Student Too)

The Fall North­eastern Career Fair on October 2 is a new expe­ri­ence for many inter­na­tional stu­dents (and for domestic stu­dents as well).  For some people, the con­cept of “new” is […]

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The Five Advanced Nursing Roles that Nobody Knows About

A Reg­is­tered Nurse (RN) works in var­ious set­tings and with dif­ferent patient pop­u­la­tions. You can find him/​​her caring for people in world-​​​​class hos­pi­tals or in the slums of third-​​​​world countries. […]

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4 Things I Didn’t Learn in College (but wish I had)

This guest post was written by NU Alum Kelly (Sul­livan) Good she cur­rently works as geol­o­gist at Envi­ron­mental Resources Man­age­ment in Chicago.  When I grad­u­ated from col­lege, I was con­vinced I knew […]