Blog:  The Works

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 […]

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How to Thrive In an Introverted/​Extroverted Workplace

This guest post was written by Jabril Robinson, a Career Devel­op­ment intern and grad­uate stu­dent in the Col­lege Stu­dent Devel­op­ment and Coun­seling pro­gram here at NU. Per­son­ality is defined as “the […]

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Blood Pressure Cuffs and Paintbrushes: Insight Gained from Pediatrics

This post was written by Angelica Recierdo, a third-​​​​year nursing stu­dent with a minor in Eng­lish. She has worked/​​studied at many of the major Boston hos­pi­tals and is also a […]

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Advice for Graduating Selfie Monsters

This post was written by NU alumna Rebekah Gal­lacher. Bek majored in Eng­lish and Com­mu­ni­ca­tions and grad­u­ated Magna Cum Laude in 2009. I’ve always resented the notion that “the real world” doesn’t […]

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You have the right to be there…”

This guest post was written by Christina Kach, an NU alum who holds a Bach­elor of Sci­ence Degree in Indus­trial Engi­neering and is cur­rently pur­suing a Master’s Degree in Engi­neering Management […]

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An Act of Translation: Turning an Academic CV into an Industry Resume

This guest post was written by Lana Cook, a PhD can­di­date in the Eng­lish depart­ment at North­eastern Uni­ver­sity who fin­ishing up her last semester and begin­ning to nav­i­gate the Alt-​​​​Ac track. Translation […]