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Scott Downs, SASDI Senior Fellow, writes about what it takes to create excellent leadership.
Career Consultant Dr. Sandy Marcus, inspired by a large poster in a restaurant, writes a list about things we can do to build community here at Illinois Tech.
I came to Illinois Tech in August 2010 knowing I wanted to “make an impact” in the world – but not sure exactly how. I knew I had an interest in learning and contributing to how science changes our society
When You Feel Like You’re Short on Stakes The following is a reflection essay written by one of our Peer Career Coaches, Xochi Castel, a second-year Bachelor of Architecture student. I’d invited her to shadow me on a Chicago Architecture
The office of Career Services hosted its second The 2-Hour Job Search presentation by Steve Dalton, acclaimed author of the book by the same name. The presentation took place on Monday, October 10, in Wishnik Hall Auditorium on the
Manoj Varma Penmathsa is one of the newest members of the Peer Career Coaching team and decided to take a risk at this year’s career fair. The experience he writes about below exemplifies the power of “planned happenstance” in the
The Peer Career Coach program is a new initiative in the Career Services office. Its purpose is to develop the career talents of our on-campus student assistants by positioning them to provide leadership to other students on a peer-to-peer level, both
This week’s guest post is a “Student Success Story” by Jonathan Hui, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, 2016. This summer I took part in Canadian National Railroad’s Summer Railroader internship program. I connected with this opportunity after meeting CN
Today’s guest post is a Student Success Story from one of our undergraduate Peer Career Coaches, a student co-mentoring position we launched in spring 2016. Brian Farci (ARCH ’16) was recruited for a Design position with a major global retail brand,