Tips for Managing Gender Transition in the Workplace

Illustration by Marian Blair

No matter what aspect of your life you consider, the journey of gender transition can be nerve wracking, and one arena where you may feel even more trepidation about how to proceed is in the workplace. …

By Mateo Sánchez Morales - Idealist Careers
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Creating the Future: My Epic Journey

I’m an Arab Palestinian refugee, born and raised in Lebanon, which is my standard answer to who I am. But I’m more than the status and the “refugee” label given to my family and me since 1948.

I’m a woman …

By Salma Khalaf (December '21 grad)
Salma Khalaf (December '21 grad)
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4 Deeply Impressive Questions Stellar Interviewees Always Ask

When interviewing for a job it is important to remember it is just as much about you interviewing the company as it is you being interviewed. Finding a job that will satisfy and motivate you requires thoughtfulness, intention, and authenticity.

By Fairygodboss - Ivy Exec
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How to make an online portfolio in time for a last-minute interview

Earning a last-minute interview is exciting, as it can mean that the hiring manager is eager to meet with you or wants to hire you for the position right away. Making it to the last-minute interview can also impress the …

By Sanja Gardašević - College Recruiter
College Recruiter
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Student Loans for International Students

At times, our international students may find themselves in need of different funding sources than they had planned on.

Here are a few known sources of student loans for international students.

The Rowe Fund

The Rowe Fund is an educational …

By Candice Quiñones
Candice Quiñones Director of International Student and Scholar Services
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Interview Tips for New Healthcare Providers

Even with a fancy degree like MD, PA, NP, RN, or DO, and despite a lot of evidence that shows the world you’re a competent, learned, responsible person, interviewing for a potential job can still be anxiety-provoking. It can be …

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Health Externship Fall 2021 Application

Welcome back! We are excited to return our Health Externship program to in-person experiences within the community.  The program is designed to allow students discernment opportunities within various healthcare fields while gaining necessary volunteer and job shadowing hours for graduate …

By Jessie Pilewski
Jessie Pilewski Associate Director of the Center for Global Health
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Making your on-campus job work for you

Working on campus is a fantastic opportunity to get some professional experience and build your resume. You don’t need to commute anywhere to get to your job, making it easier to juggle your employment with academic and extracurricular obligations. It’s …

By Lea Staedtler
Lea Staedtler Associate Director of Career Education and Student Employment
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Earlham Epic Grand Challenge

Eligibility for Participation
Individuals and teams comprising up to five members can participate in the Epic Grand Challenge. The CEIC encourages team participation, as one of the criteria for judging is interdisciplinary academics. Current students from Earlham College, Earlham School …

By Eboni Dixon
Eboni Dixon Asst. Director of Epic Communications and Career Coach
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The wrong way to email someone for career advice — and the right way to do it

Do you ever get an email or text message from someone that just rubs you the wrong way? The tone doesn’t feel quite right and you don’t know what to make of it. It’s so easy to misinterpret tone in …

By Lea Staedtler
Lea Staedtler Associate Director of Career Education and Student Employment
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