PLEASE, Don’t Start Your Grad School Application Your Senior Year!

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This post briefly covers where and when you should start with graduate school applications.

It’s 2 AM on a Monday. I can’t sleep. I check my work email (a big no-no for many reasons). The …

By Eboni Dixon
Eboni Dixon Asst. Director of Epic Communications and Career Coach
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Global Topic: Hitchhiking Imperialism

By the 19th century, as the UK (and the “Pax Britannica”) helped introduce a more modern global economy, a country did not have to be a colonial power itself in order to benefit from the profits of global imperialism. Scandinavia …

By Roger Adkins
Roger Adkins Executive Director, Center for Global Education
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How the model minority myth holds Asian Americans back at work—and what companies should do

Original article by Jennifer Liu

In some ways, Quincy Surasmith says he didn’t feel like an outsider growing up. Surasmith, who is Thai American and Chinese American, was raised in a part of L.A. that had a large Asian American …

By Roger Adkins
Roger Adkins Executive Director, Center for Global Education
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Center for Global and Career Education

If you’ve successfully landed an internship for this summer, congratulations. As we get closer to Day 1 on the job, here are some tips to help you start preparing for a successful first day.

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2 Earlham College seniors to travel the world as Watson Fellows

For the second year in a row, two seniors from Earlham have been selected for the prestigious Watson Fellowship, continuing the College’s proud tradition of producing curious and confident global scholars.

Esther Mano, an African and African American studies and …

By Roger Adkins
Roger Adkins Executive Director, Center for Global Education
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Center for Global and Career Education

Here at the CGCE, we always remind people to keep an ongoing CV to record all their experiences and the accompanying skills. Here’s an article that speaks to the benefit of tracking your skills particularly when making career transitions:

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Center for Global and Career Education

Does Finals week feel like a hassle? Here are a few tips on how to survive finals week! Remember to Reward yourself, Eat healthily and make a schedule!

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International Students and Off-Campus Employment Options

International students who are on F-1 visas have some very specific rules related to any sort of employment they might thing about pursuing. The flow chart attempts to demonstrate the process by which an international student advisor would use to …

By Candice Quiñones
Candice Quiñones Director of International Student and Scholar Services
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Center for Global and Career Education

PSA for the women and students of color: Don’t let imposter syndrome stop you from applying for that job and definitely don’t let it undermine your right to be in spaces that you have worked hard to reach. Check out this article for a reminder:

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Center for Global and Career Education

Need extra money but don’t have a set schedule? As college students finances can be tight with all the expenses college brings. Follow this link for a few creative ways you can earn some extra money without going to an office and having a boss.

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