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Researching Salary Expectations for a Career Change

Editor’s Note: In a guest blog, Krystal Hicks, founder of JOBTALK, shares her insights on navigating career changes in today’s job market. JOBTALK is an accessible and inclusive career counseling and employer branding consulting practice. When I launched my career counseling practice, JOBTALK, I quickly noticed that most people reaching out for help were not just looking to change companies ... Read MoreRead More

Millennials on the Move: Assessing Your Skills & Professional Goals for a Career Change

Editor’s Note: In a guest blog, Krystal Hicks, founder of JOBTALK, shares her insights on navigating career changes in today’s job market. JOBTALK is an accessible and inclusive career counseling and employer branding consulting practice. Since launching my career counseling practice, JOBTALK, a trend I have noticed is that people reach out when they are looking to change companies and ... Read MoreRead More

Finishing Your Degree: Tips for Taking a Full-Time Course Load

Once you commit to finishing your degree, you’ll be faced with the decision to attend part-time or full-time. For some people, part-time works better due to family and financial commitments. However, for many others, full-time study is the key to achieving their education and career goals faster. As a full-time student (eight credits or more each term), you’ll finish your ... Read MoreRead More

Career Tips from Our Alumni

Get Ahead in Your Business Career As a job seeker, getting sound career advice is incredibly valuable, especially if it’s from someone who shares a similar background. That’s why we’re delighted to share a collection of business career tips from our alumni community!Read More

Online Student Seeks to Build a More Inclusive Community

Martin Toe: Civic Leader Each year, emerging young leaders across New Hampshire are honored by Stay Work Play, a nonprofit committed to attracting and retaining more young people, during their Annual Rising Stars Awards. Among the 2020 award recipients is business management major, Martin Toe ‘21, who was named the Civic Leader of the Year for his efforts to make ... Read MoreRead More

Five Steps to Consider when Transitioning from Recent College Grad to Employee

Congratulations! You are going to graduate from your degree program soon and it’s time to celebrate. With this important milestone, there are likely some significant and exciting transitions on the horizon. Whether you are beginning a job search, changing your career, or advancing to new heights, you’re about to embark on a journey that will present dynamic opportunities, but also ... Read MoreRead More

Great Resume Writing Starts Here: The Do’s And Don’ts

Resume trends change regularly. Knowing what’s new and what’s considered passé can make the difference between scoring an interview, or having your resume fall into the dreaded “no” pile. Follow the tips below to create a great up-to-date resume!Read More

Nonprofit Careers: When Mission Matters

It’s easy to consider working for a large corporation. Pay and benefits are often above average and sometimes there’s prestige in having a certain company’s name on your resume. But maybe you want a job for which you feel an emotional bond, with a mission that you can support. You want to make a difference on day one, not only ... Read MoreRead More

Faculty Profile: Mercedes Hunt, Business and Finance Programs

Senior Lecturer and Director for Business and Finance Programs Mercedes Hunt has worked in a variety of positions and fields. She has planned international conferences and events, managed nonprofits, overseen summer camps, worked in the aquatic industry, consulted organizations on sustainability and emergency response planning, taught outdoor experiential education, and taught college courses in leadership, sustainability, hospitality, events and tourism.Read More

New Hampshire Leader Pursues Project Management Degree

Always Moving Forward Lorrie Embraces a Project Management Mindset As the Director of Personnel for the State of New Hampshire, Lorrie Rudis is responsible for nurturing talent and supporting state workers. She helps senior leaders identify the best ways to systematically increase the knowledge, skills, and aptitudes of employees so they may perform functions critical to New Hampshire’s infrastructure and ... Read MoreRead More

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