Blog:  The Works

Show Your Face” and Other Lessons from Psych Alum Samantha

This post was written by 2009 psy­chology alum, Samantha Bracy. She is cur­rently a spe­cial edu­ca­tion teach in Newton, MA.  It wasn’t until my good friend Kelly so kindly asked me […]

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Reply All? Please Don’t. And Other Email Etiquette Tips

This post was written by Emily Brown, a reg­ular con­trib­utor to The Works and a grad­uate stu­dent in the Col­lege Stu­dent Devel­op­ment and Coun­seling pro­gram at North­eastern Uni­ver­sity. She is […]

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10 Ways for CPS Students to Take Advantage of Campus Resources

This guest post was written by Tricia Dowd, a Career Devel­op­ment Assis­tant at NU Career Devel­op­ment. Come to Career Devel­op­ment: Career Devel­op­ment is open to all CPS stu­dents for all of […]

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How To Find a Co-​​op While You’re Abroad

This article was written by Lindsey Sampson, a 3rd year inter­na­tional affairs stu­dent at NU as a reg­ular stu­dent con­trib­utor for The Works. North­eastern stu­dents are every­where. Because of the number […]

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Tips for the International Job Search from the International Guru

This guest post was written by Ellen Zold Goldman, Asso­ciate Director of Career Devel­op­ment and lover of all things inter­na­tional. It’s offi­cially Inter­na­tional Month on the blog and a great […]